Landscapes of Injustice Public Presentation
Exposing the Dispossession of Japanese Canadians in the 1940s
Hear UVic historian Dr. Jordan Stanger-Ross describe how Japanese Canadians lost their homes, farms, businesses and possessions when they were interned and incarcerated during the 1940s and how the Landscapes of Injustice research project is uncovering this difficult history. After his presentation, explore a pop-up museum of innovative audio and visual displays exhibits with researchers working on the project and community members who were interned. Discover why and how this dispossession occurred, who benefited from it, and how it has been remembered and forgotten in subsequent decades.
Free and open to the public
Saturday, March 10, 2018
10 am – 12 pm
Bob Wright Centre Room A104
University of Victoria
Contact: Michael Abe, Project Manager
2018 roster of events available on https://www.uvic.ca/ideafest/
This event is part of the University of Victoria Ideafest and presented by Landscapes of Injustice, which is housed at the Centre for Asia-Pacific Initiatives at UVic.