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Hirabayashi Online Anti-Racism Panel and Dialogue

  • 25 May 2022
  • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Online

Join us for a space for reflection on the Hold These Truths play, Gordon Hirabayashi’s significance for the present day and what can be done to strengthen inclusion and address racism. Our goal is to build from, share and amplify existing work to address racism.

Serena Mah will be emceeing the panel. The Panelists attending are Aya Fujiwara: historian and the Director of Prince Takamado Japan Centre for Teaching and Research, Paul Fujishige who is the President of the Edmonton Japanese Canadian Association, and Renee Vaugeois, the Executive Director of the John Humphrey Centre for Peace and Human Rights.

We acknowledge support from the Government of Alberta, and from the Canadian Race Relations Foundation with funding provided by the Government of Canada.

Register at Eventbrite:
https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/hirabayashi-online-anti-racism-panel-and-dialogue-tickets-333915619607

ゴードン・ヒラバヤシの「Hold These Truths」という舞台劇の現在における重要性を振り返るスペースを開き、インクルージョンの強化と人種差別に取り組む方法を語ろう。このイベントの目的としては、人種差別に取り組む既存の活動を拡大することです。

本セッションのパネリスト:

Aya Fujiwara:史学者、 「Prince Takamado Japan Centre for Teaching and Research」のディレクター。

Paul Fujishige:エドモントン・ジャパニーズ・コミュニティ・アソシエーション-日本文化協会(EJCA)の会長。

Renee Vaugeois:「John Humphrey Centre for Peace and Human Rights」の執行役員。

我々はアルバータ政府とCanadian Race Relations Foundation (CRRF)のご協力をいただき、カナダ政府に支援とご協力いただき感謝致します。

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