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A journey of becoming ... with Toronto’s Lillian Michiko Blakey - Part 2

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The continuation of Lillian Michiko Blakey's story.

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A journey of becoming ... with Toronto’s Lillian Michiko Blakey - Part 1

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Marjene Matsunaga Turnbull: How-to-Bake a Japanese Canadian Cake

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Here’s an intriguing idea about how to think about your Japanese Canadian identity: What if it were a cake recipe what would go into it and how would you construct or, perhaps, more aptly, deconstruct, it?

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Norman Takeuchi - An Uneasy Harmony of Sorts

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Toronto art at the Royal Ontario Museum: Being Japanese Canadian: Reflections on a Broken World

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What does being Japanese Canadian (JC) mean to you? And, how was the world of your own family broken by the experience of internment?

The Lost Highways: BC JC Heritage Sign Project Ends, Ontario’s Begins - Part 2

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The Lost Highways: BC JC Heritage Sign Project Ends, Ontario’s Begins - Part 1

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Certainly one of the most important Japanese Canadian projects that was completed in 2018 was the Highway Legacy Sign Project in British Columbia (BC), Canada. The ambitious eight site project included important reminders that Nisei and Issei men worked as forced labour to build highways in some of the most ...

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Sally Ito’s Memoir The Emperor’s Orphans: An interview - Part 2

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Sally Ito’s Memoir The Emperor’s Orphans: An interview - Part 1

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A Principled Stand: Gordon Hirabayashi V. the United States: A Book Review

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As this past September 2018 marked the 30th anniversary of the Redress settlement, I want to share some learning about one of the most important Japanese American heroes, Dr. Gordon Kiyoshi Hirabayashi (1918-2012), whose stand against the 1942 curfew and internment of JAs during World War Two continues to inspire ...

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*Sansei *Born in Toronto *Grandparents are from Shiga and Kumamoto kens* Families were interned in Kaslo, Bayfarm and on a Manitoba beet farm * Lived in Sendai, Japan from 1994 to 2004 * Teacher in Brampton, ON * Aikidoka * Writer for the Nikkei Voice for close to 20 years * Writer of "Canadian Nikkei series" which aims at preserving Canadian Nikkei stories. Future of the community? It depends on how successful we are in engaging our youth. The University of Victoria's (BC) Landscapes of Injustice project is a good one.... gambatte kudasai!

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