Conclude 11 U.S. Cities Tour in San Francisco & Palo Alto / AGENT ORANGE SURVIVORS CALL FOR RELIEF AND U.S. RESPONSIBILITY THIRTY YEARS AFTER THE WAR
Agent Orange Day is August 10th. It marks the day in 1961 when the U.S. began aerial spraying of toxic herbicides over Vietnam.
A group of Vietnamese and American victims of Agent Orange converged at the Vietnam War memorial here Monday to highlight the plight of those exposed to the highly toxic herbicide in the bloody war.
Hanoi, Vietnam In order to subdue Viet Nam during the war, the United States undertook from 1961 to 1971 a campaign called "Operation Ranch Hand". The campaign consisted of widespread spraying of...
Greetings and solidarity from Nodutdol for Korean Community Development. Delivered by Wol-san Liem, November 16, 2005 at the Community Church of New York Today Nodutdol stands in solidarity with the...
Around 200 overseas Vietnamese and local people gathered in a meeting held by the Collectif Vietnam Dioxin organisation at the Champ de Mars square.
2005 archival fact sheet.
Judge Weinstein was erroneous in his decision—that Agent Orange was a mere “herbicide” whose undeniably poisonous component dioxin was “unintended” and “collateral”.
We will attempt to get “the decision by the District Court reversed and get the case reinstated,” said Jonathan Moore.
Philip Jones Griffiths talked about the photographs he has taken in Vietnam on CSPAN.