The movement to return the Japanese wives of Zainichi repatriates from N. Korea
This article is part two of a two-part series. You can read part one here.
The thick lenses in her large-framed glasses magnify Ikeda Fumiko’s eyes. With her hair pulled back in a bun, she looks determined as she addresses some 700 protestors on a chilly New York day in 1974.
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