Thoughts on the post-9/11 atmosphere in the U.S.

Activities growing up in Peru Family's deportation from Peru to U.S. after the bombing of Pearl Harbor Conditions aboard U.S. transport ship while being deported from Peru Learning English upon discovering that family could not return to Peru Playing baseball along with American Nisei and Kibei Denied redress as a Japanese Peruvian Thoughts on the post-9/11 atmosphere in the U.S.

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(英語) The FBI going to the, to the Muslim community and going to their house and checking them. And so I was thinking, Oh, here we go again, that the government never learns. Same thing's gonna happen. You know, it is happening.

Date: October 26, 2003
Location: Washington, US
Interviewer: Alice Ito
Contributed by: Denshō: The Japanese American Legacy Project.

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