21 mn 22 s - 29 janv. 2007
For Vietnamese, the consequences of the American war on their country continue to this day. Babies are still being born with genetic defects, while rates of cancer are unusually high. Some believe this is a legacy of America’s use of chemical weapons such as Agent Orange during the war, however the US Government while compensating the US vets will not face up to their debt owed to the people of Vietnam. This film finds three generations of Vietnamese now suffering genetic defects and meets an American lawyer who explains why the Vietnamese deserve compensation.
a VU TRAN documentary film Trailer1 - 4.8 M
The Vietnamese government says this has left more than 3 million people disabled.
5 mn 53 s - 23 juin 2007
The Thanh Xuan Peace Village in Vietnam http://www.journeyswithinourcommunit
Agent orange girl determined to overcome her destiny http://english.vietnamnet.vn/social/
"Chorus for Justice" http://albumvang.nhacso.net/
Vietnamese Delegation in U.S. to Sue Chemical Companies for Ongoing Effects of Agent Orange http://www.democracynow.org/article.
Justice for Victims of Agent Orange PLEASE HELP THEM BY SIGNING THIS PETITION. http://www.petitiononline.com/AOVN/