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HomeVideoHow Seattle’s Vietnamese community is helping Afghan refugees

How Seattle’s Vietnamese community is helping Afghan refugees


The swift fall of the Afghan government to the Taliban and the refugee crisis in the conflict-torn nation is a painful reminder to many Vietnamese-Americans, many of whom were forced to leave their nation after Saigon fell in 1975. Special Correspondent Mike Cerre reports on how the Vietnamese community in Seattle is reaching out to help Afghan refugees. The story is part of our ongoing series ‘Chasing the Dream: Poverty and Opportunity in America.’

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