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More than 70 years after racism and wartime hysteria devastated their community, Japanese Canadians are still fighting for justice.

They’ve launched a campaign called BC Redress with the aim of getting the British Columbia provincial government to formally acknowledge its role in the internment of their community during World War II.

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