One Man's Efforts To Reunite 'Amerasians' Born During Vietnam War10:36
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Jimmy Miller is one of the thousands of children born during the Vietnam War to a U.S. military father and a Vietnamese mother. When a bill was introduced in the U.S. Senate that helped many of these "Amerasians," as they're called, come to the U.S., Miller went searching for his father.

Jimmy Miller's father was a U.S. service member. His mother was Vietnamese. (Courtesy Jimmy Miller)
Jimmy Miller's father was a U.S. service member. His mother was Vietnamese. (Courtesy Jimmy Miller)
Jimmy Miller, seen here in a family photo, is one of thousands of children born during the Vietnam War to a U.S. military father and a Vietnamese mother. (Courtesy Jimmy Miller)
Jimmy Miller, seen here in a family photo, is one of thousands of children born during the Vietnam War to a U.S. military father and a Vietnamese mother. (Courtesy Jimmy Miller)

Here & Now's Robin Young speaks with Miller about his efforts to help other Amerasians reunite with their families.

This segment aired on July 11, 2018.

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