We represent a Washington based NPO for advocating victimized girls and women, euphemistically called 'comfort women' who were trafficked and confined in the stations in Asian countries to be forced sexual slaves during World War II by the Japanese Military. They are silenced almost for 50 years due to the socially prejudiced perception until one brave victim came forward and spoke out what happened to her. After that, nearly 40,000 victims of affected areas from 13 countries either registered or were identified as 'comfort women.' Washington Coalition for Comfort Women Issues, Inc. (WCCW) was found after one year after the first victim, Haksoon Kim's testimony, and another victim, Geungjoo Whang visited the U.S. to giver her testimony in 1992. We have striven for the rights and voices of the former 'comfort women' ceaselessly for the past 25 years in demanding their lawful vindication. Our activities include the passage of House Resolution 121 of US Federal Congress in 2007, the erection of Comfort Women Memorial Peace Garden in Fairfax, VA, the creation of educational material in 2014, and organized forum, lecture, webinar, internship program, conference, and exhibition numerous times. WCCW's ultimate mission is to eradicate and prevent sex crimes against women in the world by promoting public awareness of the case of comfort women, the horrendous war crimes, and we are raising funds for the "WCCW Webinar (web based seminar) and Archival Project." Archiving projects is to store historical materials and secondary sources to create a Web based global reservoir for educators, activists, lawmakers, politicians, writers, film makers, journalists, artists, IT specialists, and volunteers who are interested in studying and utilizing on the cases of 'comfort women'. This is urgent as Japanese government keeps revising and whitewashing the history and the time is running out as victims are passing away without witnessing the justice. We believe that it is not only to restore the dignity of victims but also to defend and to educate human rights and women's rights for all future generations of the global world.