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Seattle / Street Children #289765

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Apr 17, 1983
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(Studio) Street children of Saigon, Vietnam, recalled.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(Seattle, WA) Plight of Vietnamese refugee Nguyen Van Nhu, known as "Jackie," examined; his lack of home or income noted. Films shown. [JACKIE - describes life.] No. teenage Vietnamese thought migrating here noted; "Danny's" case described. Efforts of Servants of the Poor and Brother Raymond Taylor to help Vietnamese juveniles discussed. [TAYLOR - believes potential is being lost.] Reagan administration's cutback in aid to newly arrived refugees outlined. [S.E. Asia Refugee Fndn. spokesperson Bill PIERRE - notes lack of help for group.] Lom Li, or "Bobby," said exception; details given.
REPORTER: Gary Shepard

Dean, Morton;
Shepard, Gary

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