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Scorched Earth: The Legacy of Agent Orange

Saturday, August 10, 2013 By Staff, Making Contact: National Radio Project | Report
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The official Day to Commemorate Agent Orange victims is August 10th and marks the start of the US military’s decade of massive chemical warfare in Vietnam in 1961.

Combat, chemicals, and corporations.  We’ll look at the legacy of Agent Orange,  a toxic defoliant.

Featuring:
 

  • Ngo Thanh Nhan, co-coordinator Vietnam Agent Orange Relief and Responsibility Campaign
  • Fred Wilcox scholar and author: Waiting for An Army To Die and Scorched Earth
  • Vietnamese victims of Agent Orange featured in the KQED segments
 
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Scorched Earth: The Legacy of Agent Orange

Saturday, August 10, 2013 By Staff, Making Contact: National Radio Project | Report
  • font size decrease font size decrease font size increase font size increase font size
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The official Day to Commemorate Agent Orange victims is August 10th and marks the start of the US military’s decade of massive chemical warfare in Vietnam in 1961.

Combat, chemicals, and corporations.  We’ll look at the legacy of Agent Orange,  a toxic defoliant.

Featuring:
 

  • Ngo Thanh Nhan, co-coordinator Vietnam Agent Orange Relief and Responsibility Campaign
  • Fred Wilcox scholar and author: Waiting for An Army To Die and Scorched Earth
  • Vietnamese victims of Agent Orange featured in the KQED segments
 
This piece was reprinted by Truthout with permission or license. It may not be reproduced in any form without permission or license from the source.

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