AIISF is pleased to present stories about the immigrant experience. These stories offer testimony to the perseverance, courage and tenacity of immigrants whose belief in the American ideals of freedom and justice was unshakable despite hardships and discrimination.
We invite you to share your immigrant story or about an immigrant you know in our growing web exhibition that will be read by people all over the world.
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Nentaro Ide was arrested in Concord, CA in 1942 despite being 75 years old and hardly a threat to the United States. One reason for his arrest was his prior involvement in the martial art of kendo, and his membership in a Japanese Association in Concord, California. While detained in New Mexico, he had a stroke and passed away shortly after World War II ended.