CRRF survey on online hate

Recent events in the US have caused Canadians to internally examine the rise of extremism and hate speech within the world of online platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube.  The findings of a poll conducted by the Canadian Race Relations Foundation and Abacus Data released today indicate that 93 percent of Canadians believe...

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Happy New Year from the NAJC

President Lorene Oikawa and the national executive board of The National Association of Japanese Canadians wish you happy holidays and a wonderful 2021. Here’s to a healthy, safe, inclusive New Year for all!...

Canadian Labour International Film Festival

The National Association of Japanese Canadians is hosting Canada’s national labour film festival, the Canadian Labour International Film Festival (CLiFF). CLiFF brings the stories of workers from around the world to you. CLIFF) is celebrating its 12th year by hosting CLIFF 2020 virtually. Now more than ever it is important that working people be...

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NAJC Update

To the members of the National Association of Japanese Canadians, we would like to give you this update on things that have transpired over the past month. We have reinitiated the NAJC Newsletter and draw your attention to an update on BC Redress that appeared on this site recently.  Regarding other matters: 2020-2021 National Executive...

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Landscapes of Injustice Book Launch

Landscapes of Injustice is pleased to announce the release of Landscapes of Injustice: A New Perspective on the Internment and Dispossession of Japanese Canadians. Including chapters by 11 authors, this book reinterprets the uprooting of Japanese Canadians by focusing on the deliberate and permanent destruction of home through the act of dispossession. Join editor...

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NAJC Young Leaders Fund Applications

 Supporting young leaders in Japanese Canadian communities across Canada  Community • Culture • Heritage The Young Leaders Committee of the National Association of Japanese Canadians (NAJC) is proud to manage the Young Leaders Fund to support youth across Canada, giving Japanese Canadian youth the opportunity to help realize projects and initiatives. Successful applicants can receive...

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NAJC Statement on Black Lives Matter

The National Association of Japanese Canadians supports the call for an end to the violence against Black people. We protest the racism experienced by Black Canadians and Americans which has all too often included their deaths at the hands of law enforcement. We question how this could happen especially in their homes, and jogging...

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