Brittany Levine

Los Angeles Times

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Reporter for Glendale News-Press and the Los Angeles Times

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Last
July, a half-ton bronze statue was erected in Glendale's
Central Park, showing a woman in traditional
Korean clothing next to an empty chair. A plaque explains that she's…

Discomfort Over Glendale's 'Comfort Woman' Statue

Last July, a half-ton bronze statue was erected in Glendale's Central Park, showing a woman in traditional Korean clothing next to an empty chair. A plaque explains that she's…

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