Education is the foundation of peace.


ALPHA's mission is to foster awareness of an often overlooked aspect of World War II history, in the interest of furthering the values of justice, peace, and reconciliation, both for survivors of the past and for those who shape the historical narratives of the present and future.


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In 2017 the ALPHA Education Board of Directors approved the significance of establishing a museum dedicated to giving voice to the victims and survivors of WWII in Asia, remembering the atrocities committed so that they are never repeated, and establishing a symbol of hope, peace, and humanity.


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YOUth for Change: Unlearning Racism Understanding Identity
2021 Asian Heritage Month
Canadian youths hear, see, and feel the impact of racism. This event brings together six Canadian youths (15 – 20+ years) in conversation on vital topics that will deepen our understanding as well the actions to take. This event begins with the best Voices of Hope poem read by the top-winning youth poet. It ends with a choral performance of We are One World by Halton Catholic DSB students.
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ALPHA Education Webinar Series

ALPHA Education Webinar Speaker Series:

Connecting History to Contemporary Issues

Prof. Fujitani discussed war-time racism and imperialism in this webinar titled "Racism and Military Aggression: Lessons from the Cold War and World War II".

ALPHA Education Webinar Speaker Series:

Connecting History to Contemporary Issues

Dr. Sachiyo Tsukamoto and Judge Julie Tang (Ret.) lead a conversation about the Politics of Memory and the continuing struggle of the "Comfort System" survivors for justice. They share timely commentary and reflection on the controversial essay by Harvard Mitsubishi Professor Ramseyer and discuss how this can be linked to the Japanese denial movement's counter-narrative that still rejects the reality of Japanese Military Sexual Slavery.