Historian Greg Robinson (Université du Québec à Montréal) proposes that it is important to look internationally at events in the United States and Latin America to properly understand official policy of Japanese Canadian confinement, as well as its effect on those involved, and the lessons that it can teach us.

“Looking at Japanese North American confinement during WWII”
with Greg Robinson (Université du Québec à Montréal)
28 February 2019
1-2:30 pm
Fraser Building
room 150
University of Victoria

free and open to the public

More info: https://events.uvic.ca/capi/view/event/event_id/40121