Agent Orange is a chemical herbicidal weapon used by the U.S. government during the war in Vietnam.
HR 2114, introduced on the 40th anniversary of the end of the vietnam war, would provide health care and social services for affected Vietnamese.
As an attorney, Tod Ensign has participated in a broad range of legal cases involving GIs and veterans, including Agent Orange.
Agent Orange’s Long Legacy, for Vietnam and Veterans.
The Struggle Continues By Prof. Marjorie Cohn and Jeanne Mirer, Global Research Today marks the 52nd anniversary of the start of the chemical...
“The greatest tragedy is that the second and third generations of babies are being born with the same horrible deformities,” Bishop Thomas Gumbleton
by Michael F. Martin, Acting Section Research Manager/Specialist in Asian Affairs, Congressional Research Service.
Law professor Marjorie Cohn discusses the legacy of Agent Orange on millions of Vietnamese civilians and American soldiers.
I didn’t take up arms during the war, our role was to raise funds, demonstrate against the invasion as well as helping young men to avoid conscription.
51 Years after the Chemical War Began in Vietnam, We Should be Silent in Memory, Then Take Action to Remedy
On the 8th month on the 10th day at 12 noon, in commemoration of 51 years since the beginning of the spraying of Agent Orange in Vietnam, we urge you to take 51 seconds to think.
Congratulations to our Co-Coordinator Jeanne Mirer on the conferring of the Debra Evenson International Venceremos Award 2012 upon her by the National Lawyers Guild.