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Everybody in the World Has A Story (Bevyn Young† #975544

CBS Evening News for Monday, Sep 27, 2010
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(Studio: Katie Couric) Report introduced.

(Australian Outback: Steve Hartman) The story of artist Bevyn Young† of Docker River, an aboriginal community in Australia, presented; scenes shown of the "stolen generation" in which aborigines were "kidnapped" by the government; details given of the story Bevyn told and his real story. [YOUNG - tells his story of being sent to Sydney as a child before coming back home as an adult.] [Friend Laraine VAN DYK††- says Bevyn just told a story.]

(Studio: Steve Hartman, Katie Couric) Bevyn's story discussed with video of Steve being "bitten" by a camel shown.

Couric, Katie;
Hartman, Steve

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