Message from the Project Director, Jordan Stanger-Ross On Tuesday, July 25, I attended a long meeting. It ran overtime, didn’t accomplish a number of its aims, but it left me very excited. It was, in many ways, what the next phase of the project is all about. I was... Author Tadashi (Jack) Kagetsu (1931-2006) was the youngest son of “outstanding Japanese Canadian” and prominent Nikkei timber industrialist Eikichi Kagetsu. In The Tree Trunk Can Be My Pillow, Jack details the fascinating life and accomplishments of his father, and he... Witness To Loss: Race, Culpability, and Memory in the Dispossession of Japanese Canadians Edited by Jordan Stanger-Ross and Pamela Sugiman A Japanese Canadian participated in the government’s destruction of his own community. How should he be remembered? When the... As part of the Landscapes of Injustice poster session at the 2016 Spring Institute this video was produced to communicate the cluster’s progress....Listen to Nicole Yakashiro, the Landscapes of Injustice and NAJC Hide Hyodo-Shimizu Research Fellow, discuss her public history display exploring her family’s links to the dispossession of Japanese Canadians. Nicole’s display was part of the Landscapes of... Join filmmaker Greg Masuda for a screening of his CBC documentary The Right To Remain. Thursday, April 27, 2017 Cinecenta Uvic Student Union Building 3:00 pm folllowed by Q & A. Free and open to the public.