Righting Canada’s Wrongs: The Komagata Maru
and Canada's Anti-Indian Immigration Policies in the Twentieth Century
Righting Canada’s Wrongs: The Komagata Maru is designed to provide and introductory-level overview of Anti-Indian immigration policies that were implemented by the Government of Canada, with a focus on the firsthand accounts of the people who were impacted. This title makes use of photos and illustrations, firsthand accounts, and sections of easily digestible text to engage students with the material. The titles in this series have been designed with middle and high school students in mind but would also be appropriate for introductory-level university classes where students may not have encountered these subjects before.
PAMELA HICKMAN is the author of over thirty-five non-fiction books for children, including winners of the Green Prize for Sustainable Literature, the Best Book Award from the Society of School Librarians International, and the Canadian Authors Association Lilla Sterling Memorial Award.