Reshaping Memory, Owning History

Through the Lens of Japanese Canadian Redress

The Canadian government’s acknowledgement of injustice and compensation on September 22, 1988 redressed this terrible wrong in Canada’s past.  Layers of voices, drawn from documents of internment, newspapers, books, poetry, diaries, letters, and oral histories, together with poignant photographic images and memory-laden artifacts, speak to losses and absences, and of issues of community, identity, representation, and human rights. Text by Roy Miki, Yuko Shibata and Michiko Ayukawa.
Published in 2002
$14

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