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Vietnam Boat People / Dang Family #270439

CBS Evening News for Sunday, May 11, 1980
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(Studio) Report with regard to Vietnam boat people in United States introduced as related to eventual situation of some Cuban boat people.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(San Francisco, California) Arrival of Ton Dang family to San Francisco recalled. Children are in school. [DANG My Phoung - comments.] [DANG My Quyen - expresses hope of becoming fluent in English language and obtaining a good job.] Mr. Dang's inability to obtain a job noted. [Sponsor Gene THOMAS - says problem is Dang does not have a saleable skill.] Employment of sons discussed. [DANG Duc Loi - says he sometimes reads the newspaper he delivers.] [Youngest child DANG My Tran - comments on her school work.] [Mrs. DANG comments in Vietnam with regard to Cuban boat people.] Reporter translates her remarks.

Dean, Morton;
Dow, David

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