Being Asian in Winnipeg: panel to talk human rights Sunday

The history of Japanese Manitobans will be put in the spotlight Sunday at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. And that means having some uncomfortable conversations about the forced internment of Japanese citizens and children that occurred when Canada …
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