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This is a satellite image of the oil spilled and associated clean up vessels in the Gulf of Mexico.

They came to the Gulf Coast as war refugees from Vietnam in the 1980s. After Katrina, they were the very first community to return and rebuild. But just as a sense of normalcy had returned to the community of Vietnamese fishermen, the Gulf Coast oil spill hit. Read more»

Deepwater Horizon fire, April 22.

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