The Bulletin

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Of Store and the Community

Part two of the series, Community Records and the Human Experiences of the Uprooting of Japanese Canadians, by Eiji Okawa and Landscapes of Injustice Research...

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Why I changed my name

I was born with a white man’s name. When I looked in the mirror, I never found a white person, nor a man. A mystifying misery of disconnection between what I saw in the mirror and what I felt like inside left me feeling very lonely. All I wanted to do was fit in and not have to contend with these feelings of alienation.

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Kanazawa Wines

Most careers involve working your way up from some starting point – in Richard Kanazawa’s case it was starting behind the wheel of a...