Internment and Redress: The Japanese Canadian Experience

A Resource Guide for Social Studies 11 Teachers

Developed By Masako Fukawa, Richard Beardsley, Bruce Kiloh, Richard Per, Jane Turner and Mike Whittingham.
138 pages, softcover
$19.40

The goals of this resource guide are: to foster historical empathy and a sense of justice regarding the suffering of others; to develop a historical understanding of some of the significant events in Canada during the Second World War; to encourage meaningful participation in Canada’s legal and democratic institutions; to develop an understanding of the physical, emotional and economic hardships endured by Japanese Canadians before, during and after the Second World War; and to teach students how to recognize stereotyping, overgeneralization and discrimination.
More info www.japanesecanadianhistory.net

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