Protests Over Photo
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Vietnamese Americans protested this week at Cypress College, in California, over a photograph that they call "propaganda." The Orange County Register reported that the objections are to a photograph showing a young Vietnamese woman wearing a shirt with the communist Vietnamese flag, next to a bust of Ho Chi Minh. College officials pledged to hold a forum for the protesters to express their views, but declined to remove the photograph from an exhibit.