Calgary artist explores social, familial and personal fallout of Japanese Canadian internment
Photo Credit: David Brown
Photo Credit: Leslie Hossack
Photo credit: Leslie Hossack, “Bunker, Juno Beach, Courseulles-sur-Mer,” 2015 pigment ink on cotton fibre, 31.5” x 47.5”
Photo Credit: Crystal Schick
President Franklin Roosevelt called it a date that will live in infamy, and not just for citizens of the United States.
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Silkscreens were made for soldiers' living quarters, not high-ranking officers