Refugee Dreams Revisited (Crossing East)




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Published on Oct 28, 2007

Starting with the fall of Saigon in April 1975, refugees from Vietnam awaited approval to move to the US and other countries. By 1979, there were almost 62,000 Vietnamese in refugee camps, with more than 140,000 people displaced from Cambodia and Laos. Portland, Oregon, was one of the medium-sized US cities that dealt with the relatively sudden influx of every major ethnic group (Vietnamese, Lao, Hmong, Mein and Cambodian) from Southeast Asia. More than 25 former refugees were interviewed for this flash movie.

"Refugee Dreams Revisited" was created for the Peabody award-wining series Crossing East that ran on 230 public radio stations. For more info go to crossingeast.org.

Credits: Clark Salisbury, Anne Morrin, Sara Kolbet and Dmae Roberts.

Music by Cambodian Musician Daran Kravahn.


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