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Amerasians / Immigration Legis. #114641

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 26, 1988
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(Studio: Barry Serafin) New legislature allowing Amerasians into United States reported Report introduced.

(Philippines: Mark Litke) Transit camps for Amerasian refugees on way to United States featured; details given, scenes shown. [Refugee youth NGUYEN Loc Nanh - talks about going to California.] [Camp social worker Don RONK - explains that Amerasians come here exhilarated.] Barriers that refugees will face in United States detailed. [RONK - says people don't want to believe adjustments they will have to make.] Scenes shown of aspects of American lifestyle taught in transit camps to Amerasians. [NGUYEN - contrasts hopes for American and life in Vietnam.]

Litke, Mark;
Serafin, Barry

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