Justice In Our Time: The Japanese Canadian Redress Settlement

Registered by RJCC of Regina, Saskatchewan Canada on 7/3/2014
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Journal Entry 1 by RJCC from Regina, Saskatchewan Canada on Thursday, July 03, 2014
The Regina Japanese Canadian Club Inc. (RJCC) is an organization that promotes the cultural and social well-being of the Japanese Community in the Regina area. RJCC organizes a variety of activities in to support the continuance of Japanese heritage and culture of its members. Please visit us at www.rjcc.ca to learn about our club.

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Journal Entry 2 by _Figment_ at Regina, Saskatchewan Canada on Saturday, September 13, 2014
This book has been an invaluable source of information. It covers the racial tensions and government policies leading up to WWI, the internment of Japanese Canadians, forced relocation or "repatriation" to Japan, and the long battle for redress. I highly recommend it for anyone interested in Japanese Canadian history.


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