The following resources were created by other organizations and people with consultation with the Nikkei National Museum & Cultural Centre.
Landscapes of Injustice (LOI) database
The LOI digital archive collections are the culmination of a four-year intensive research period conducted by project members. It includes a diverse array of materials from archival and government records to oral histories as well as land titles records and transcribed directories.
This archive boasts 32,042 html documents collected from over 20 archives and repositories from Canada, the US and UK, including from the NNMCC.
Historica Canada | Heritage Minute: Vancouver Asahi
From 1914-1941, the Vancouver Asahi were one of city’s most dominant amateur baseball teams, winning multiple league titles in Vancouver and along the Northwest Coast. In 1942, after Canada declared war on Japan, 22,000 Japanese Canadians were interned in the interior of BC, including the Asahi players.
Credits: Asahi player – Lou Ticzon | Narrator – Kaye Kaminishi | End Narration – Joy Kogawa | Director – Scooter Corkle | Director of Photography – Cole Graham | Produced by Point Blank Creative
Swimming Upstream: Japanese Canadian Struggle for Justice in BC
Swimming Upstream powerfully documents the Japanese Canadians' case vs the BC government for its policies promoting ethnic cleansing, dispossession and community destruction - Maryka Omatsu