BCHF News Landscapes of Injustice launches database on Japanese-Canadian internment

Landscapes of Injustice launches database on Japanese-Canadian internment

Luggage on display at the Nikkei Memorial Internment Centre in New Denver

The Landscapes of Injustice project has launched a major digital archive on the Japanese-Canadian internment in Canada. It includes tens of thousands of government records, oral histories, land titles, individual case files and personal documents. It is the final phase of a seven-year, multimillion-dollar research and public history project that also included a collection of essays, a website, teaching resources, and a museum exhibit entitled “Broken Promises.”

Read more on the University of Victoria website, and visit the archive here: https://loi.uvic.ca/archive/