Tag Archives: Japanese Canadian

The value of research in activism: Kathy Shimizu

“We want to have a presence and try and help find a way that people who live there […] not be displaced and pushed out. And how do you do that?”

Steadying ourselves for Trump

The election of Donald J. Trump on November 8, 2016 sent shockwaves throughout the world. In the wake of the election, open violence and hate speech towards already marginalized people has intensified in Canada and the United States. For those attentive to histories of racism and settler state violence, there are unsettling echoes of the 1940s rendered […]

History with a purpose: Jordan Stanger-Ross

We met with Landscapes of Injustice project director Jordan Stanger-Ross earlier this year, in advance of the forum launch. As Jordan keeps one foot in the trenches with his researchers and the other in the office as an administrator, we were interested to hear his perspective on the topic. “People are already having conversations about history,” […]