Kaitlin Findlay completed her BA History (Honors) at McGill and successfully defended her MA Thesis at the University of Victoria in December 2017. Her thesis examines the Royal Commission on Japanese Claims, 1947-50. In her time with Landscapes of Injustice, Kaitlin has worked with the Government Records and Knowledge Mobilization clusters. She is the standing Chair of the Research Assistant Committee and editor-in-chief of The Scholarship and Activism Forum, which publishes monthly. Kaitlin is continually grateful for the support and mentorship of the LoI collective and the opportunity to contribute to this important work. In 2017, she completed a Co-op term at the Nikkei National Museum and will serve in a central position as research coordinator in 2018-19.