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NAJC President’s Message – March 2021

by Lorene Oikawa 75 years ago, Japanese Canadians received a decision on a legal challenge that went all the way to the Privy Council in the United Kingdom. In the case of the government’s exile orders to force Canadians...

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In Conversation with: Terry Watada

Saturday, March 13

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Remembering Gordon Hirabayashi

Thursday, March 25

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In Conversation with: Grace Eiko Thomson

Saturday, March 27

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Japanese Canadian residents in 1940 Surrey

City of Surrey Heritage Project needs assistance with names of former Japanese Canadian residents in 1940 Surrey Heritage Interpretation Program is planning on installing a new heritage marker in Bear Creek Park, located in the Newton neighbourhood of Surrey....

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Privilege & Oppression: a Japanese Canadian Conversation

NAJC YLC Zoom Session – Privilege and Oppression:  a Japanese Canadian Conversation Sponsored by NAJC’s Young Leaders Committee THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2021 8pm to 10pm EST (5pm PST/6pm MST/7pm CST) Intersecting identities of gender, race, and sexuality can influence how...

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NAJC会長のメッセージ 2021年3月

75年前、日系カナダ人は、連邦政府に対して起こした訴訟の最終判決を、英国枢密院から受け取りました。この訴訟は、連邦政府が日本人を祖先に持つカナダ人を、日本に追放しようとした政策に関するものでした。

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NAJC会長のメッセージ 2021年2月

ヘイトと戦う方法の一つは、理解を高めることです。NAJC寄贈基金委員会は日系カナダ人の文化と伝統の促進と発展を支援しています。そして日系人コミュニティーに属する個人と団体のプロジェクトを支援します。

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NAJC会長のメッセージ 2021年1月

NAJC全国理事会を代表して皆様に新年のご挨拶を申し上げます。あけましておめでとうございます。

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To promote and develop a strong Japanese Canadian identity and thereby to strengthen local communities and the national organization. To strive for equal rights and liberties for all persons – in particular, the rights of racial and ethnic minorities.