Writing Wrongs: Japanese Canadian Protest Letters of the 1940s is a Nikkei National Museum online exhibit. It was inspired by research from the Landscapes of Injustice project on the Japanese Canadian dispossession and letters of protest.
This online project was developed with the support of the Digital Museums Canada investment program. Digital Museums Canada is managed by the Canadian Museum of History, with the financial support of the Government of Canada.
Creative content, including montages and films, was developed by Tabata Productions.
Website design and creation by NGX Interactive.
Institutional partners for the project are:
Landscapes of Injustice
This exhibit and its contents, except when otherwise indicated, are all property of the Nikkei National Museum & Cultural Centre (NNMCC). The protest letters are property of Library and Archives Canada. Archival image ownership is as identified for each individual image. Environmental landscape video images are licensed to the NNMCC in perpetuity for use in the exhibit. Tabata Productions retains moral rights to all video assets and non-archival graphic assets in the exhibit which are property of the NNMCC. Except for fair dealing, exhibit content in part or in whole may not be reproduced without prior written explicit permission from the NNMCC or when applicable, the owner of the content in question, with appropriate acknowledgment or citation of the copyright owner and the online exhibit.