Redress: Inside the Japanese Canadian Call for Justice

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Raincoast Books, 2004 - History - 361 pages
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"Redress takes an unflinching look at the controversial movement to right the wrong done to thousands of Japanese Canadians during the war. Applying the concept of "negotiations" to the 20th-century history of Japanese Canadians, Roy Miki interweaves the main historical narrative with stories from his own personal and family histories, anecdotes of pivotal events in the redress movement, candid comments from interviews, and documents only available in archival collections. In the process, "Redress illuminates the larger issues of race and tolerance in Canada as well as in other nations where "new citizens" seek acceptance.
  

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Contents

The Call for Justice in Moose Jaw
133
Defining the Redress Movement
163
Three Vancouver Visitations
295
References
327

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About the author (2004)

Born in Winnipeg, Manitoba to second generation Japanese-Canadian parents, he attended the University of Manitoba, the University of British Columbia, and Simon Fraser University, where he is currently a professor. He lives in Vancouver. He is very active is the Japanese-Canadian community and has fought hard for redress from the federal government for the internment of Japanese-Canadians during the Second World War. In 2006, he was made a Member of the Order of Canada. In 2007, he was made a Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada.

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