Dr. Jordan Stanger-Ross, Project Director, will present the Landscapes of Injustice research project together with Sherri Kajiwara, Director|Curator of the Nikkei National Museum at the National Association of Japanese Canadians (NAJC) AGM at 12.00 on Saturday, September 26 at the Chateau Victoria Hotel, Victoria, British Columbia.
Hikari Rachmat, 2015 winner of the Hide Hyodo-Shimizu Research Scholarship, will present on his summer research with the project.
The Landscapes Community Council will subsequently comment and reflect on their work with the project thus far.
Find more information on the agenda and registration here: https://najc.ca/2015-najc-annual-general-meeting-and-conference/ .
Admission is free for observers with a completed registration form. On the form, check off the “guest” category and whether you consent to the NAJC use of photographs that may include your image that are taken at the event.
There is also an opportunity to see keynote speaker Setsuko Thurlow, survivor of the Hiroshima bombing. Registration deadline for this presentation is September 22.
We look forward to seeing you there!