This factsheet looks at the stories told by Japanese-Canadians who experienced dispossesion, internment and forcible relocation after World War Two. The factsheet speaks to the agency of Japanese Canadians and to the power of oral storytelling in understanding a history of racialized exclusion and persecution.
Lowe, Lisa (1996). Immigrant Acts. Durham: Duke University Press.
Sugiman, Pamela. "'Life is Sweet': Vulnerability and Composure in the Wartime Narratives of Japanese Canadians." Journal of Canadian Studies 43, no. 1 (2009): 186-218. https://muse.jhu.edu/article/367058/pdf