Here is the context (from here):
At the time, Japan was emerging as a center for Pan Asianist ideology. The Pan Asianists wanted to rectify what they saw as an unjust international system. Some wanted to articulate the experiences of non-Western people. Others wanted to establish Japan's leadership in Asia by pushing Western powers from the region.
I know what words articulate and experience mean in isolation, but I'm struggling to figure out what is the message conveyed here.
Maybe it is about "them wanting to disseminate, spread information about the poor, underprivileged circumstances the asians were subject to throughout the colonial period"?
I don't know if we should interpret articulate as disseminate or spread, though.