In a new project publication, RA Ariel Merriam and Project Director Jordan Stanger-Ross have been working with Japanese Canadians’ letters of protest against the forced sale of their property during the 1940s. Using the letters of the Nagata family, Merriam and Stanger-Ross write that they provide “just one example of the narratives of fear, anxiety, loss, hardship, and strength that emerge out of this shameful episode in national history. Thank you to the Champlain Society for the invitation to write the post. Read Not at all prepared for winter: A family narrative of dispossession here.