Landscapes of Injustice, a history all Canadians should know.
During the 1940s, Canada enacted mass displacement and dispossession of people on racial grounds, a collective moral failure that remains only partially addressed. Japanese Canadians lost their homes, farms, businesses, as well as personal, family, and communal possessions. Landscapes of Injustice is dedicated to recovering and grappling with this difficult past.
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Introducing the Landscapes of Injustice Digital Research Database. Landscapes of Injustice is excited to announce our Digital Research Database. Access it here: https://loi.uvic.ca/archive/ LINK TO THE RECORDING OF COMMUNITY DROP-IN SESSION 1 APRIL 28, 2021...
Message from the Project Director Dr. Jordan Stanger-Ross The Landscapes of Injustice project was made possible by the generosity of the Japanese Canadian community. A big, ambitious initiative, dependent upon new relationships, it needed trust and patience to...
Landscapes of Injustice is pleased to announce the launch of the Digital Archives database this March. Join us for one or both of the launch events each as we explore the materials contained within, demonstrate how to retrieve them and chat with members of the...
Wilson Institute Landscapes of Injustice Book Event: Author (virtually) Meets Critics- Recording link
Wilson Institute Lecture Series Landscapes of Injustice: A New Perspective on the Internment and Dispossession of Japanese Canadians Author (virtually) Meets Critics Join Dr. Jordan Stanger-Ross and a panel of distinguished readers for a discussion of his latest book,...