Anti-Asian racism is on the rise around the world. The Pulitzer-winning author reflects on his own experiences as a Vietnamese American – and the dark history that continues to fuel the current hate...
“Beyond Vietnam” is a much more dangerous and disturbing speech, which is why far fewer Americans have heard of it.
An inspiring program with panel discussion, offering perspectives about the relevance of Dr. King’s speech to peace and justice work today.
A critical appreciation of (the end) of Martin Luther King’s “Beyond Vietnam” speech. Attend the April 4th national reading online.
“We didn’t renounce our constitutional rights simply because we were soldiers” – Andrew Pulley, “Fort Jackson 8” anti-war GI defendant.
With Hoan Thi Tran, Heather Bowser, Jonathan Moore, Tricia Euvrard, Susan Schnall, and Paul Cox, on legislation, activism, and legal efforts.
Shocked, scared and angry, the Vietnamese community in the U.S. are taking measures to protect themselves and raising their voices.
Cambodian Mine Action Centre removed 4,000 anti-aircraft shells which were found buried inside a Buddhist pagoda in Battambang province.
The War in Vietnam has been the source of many protest songs. A number of notable music artists penned tunes that criticized US involvement.
Most people, do not know, or have failed to grasp, the horrid and racist details of wars that helped bring many Asians to this country.
When the Ken Burns documentary film The Vietnam War came out I watched it with interest and enjoyment. And I was hardly the only person.
America has never taken responsibility for spraying the herbicide over Laos during the Vietnam War. But generations endured the consequences.
A million Vietnam veterans returned with illnesses connected to Agent Orange. How long will it take the government to admit COVID-19 wrongs?
New film streaming today addresses the impact of Agent Orange on veterans, children of veterans and the Vietnamese people.