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Eye On America (Haitian Refugees) #341400

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 21, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(New York: Meredith Vieira) Plight of the Haitian refugees who have been turned away from the United States featured; Coast Guard and refugee boat scenes shown. [On May 27, President BUSH - says we are not bound to take the economically deprived.] [In Miami, two HAITIANS - talk about political mistreatment.] [Amnesty International Jack HEALEY, Father Tom WENSKI, Guantanamo HAITIAN - talk about the risk to Haitians at home.] [Miami Mayor Xavier SUAREZ - backs the Haitian refugees.] [In New York City, three Haitian IMMIGRANTS - say the policy is race related.] [Refugee LAWYER - comments.] [In Miami, Haitian-American Democratic Club Jacques DESPINOSSE - criticizes the administrations of Presidents Ronald Reagan and George Bush.]

Rather, Dan;
Vieira, Meredith

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