The Vietnam Agent Orange Relief & Responsibility Campaign (VAORRC) is an initiative of U.S. veterans, Vietnamese Americans and all concerned about peace and justice. We insist our government honor its moral and legal responsibility to compensate the Vietnamese victims and all victims, of Agent Orange. In support of that goal, Congresswoman Barbara Lee has introduced H.R. 3518, Victims of Agent Orange Relief Act of 2021.

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Vietnam Agent Orange Relief & Responsibility Campaign

Agent Orange Sample Resolution

Agent Orange Sample Resolution

Therefore Be It Resolved That, in support of the Agent Orange Relief and Responsibility Campaign, we (name of organization) demand that…

We invite you to join us in organizing to achieve justice for Vietnamese Agent Orange victims

Send a postcard to your U.S. Congressmember–sign online and we’ll deliver it for you–in support of pending legislation, the Victims of Agent Orange Relief Act introduced by Barbara Lee.

Pass a resolution in your community or veteran’s group, school, place of worship, or union, urging Congress to allocate funds to care for and compensate Vietnam’s Agent Orange victims and clean up toxic “hot spots.” Previous resolutions.

Educate your friends, co-workers and neighbors about the suffering caused by Agent Orange in Vietnam and in other wars our government has waged. Our introduction & PDF leaflet.

Organize an event in your community. We can suggest films and/or speakers. We bring Vietnamese Agent Orange victims to tour the U.S., along side disabled U.S. veterans, to build solidarity with communities fighting environmental racism. View events.

Make a donation to help Vietnamese Agent Orange victims. Your tax-deductible contribution will benefit the Vietnam Association for Victims of Agent Orange/Dioxin (in Vietnam) and our educational work in the U.S.. Donate today.

Our Campaign will continue until justice for Vietnamese Agent Orange victims is achieved by winning significant U.S. government compensation.



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