What We Do
Landscapes of Injustice is divided into two phase, Research and Connection. Research is conducted in six research clusters in the first four years of the project. The research generated will be disseminated in various manners, including a travelling museum exhibit, teacher resources, archival and public history websites and media outreach.
Phase 1: Research
This history requires significant and varied research. In the Research Phase (Years 1-4) of the project, our team is organized into “Research Clusters.” Each cluster takes its own approach to this history, and together they enable our team to tell the fullest possible history of the dispossession of Japanese Canadians.
Phase 2: Connection
Landscapes of Injustice is a knowledge mobilization project. In the Connection Phase (Years 5-7), “Knowledge Mobilization Clusters” will communicate our research to large and diverse audiences.