On 35th anniversary of end to Vietnam War, toxic legacy continues

From Free Speech Radio News:

[Friday marked] the 35 anniversary of the end of the Vietnam War but the toxic legacy of that war continues. From 1961 to 1971, the US dropped tens of thousands of liters of dioxin chemicals, known as Agent Orange, on the mountains and fields of Vietnam.

Click “Read More” for more, and a link to a discussion with IC Co-chair, Azadeh Shahshahani.

This week, Activists are stepping up efforts to bring attention to the millions of people – both in the US and in Vietnam – still suffering from exposure.

Azadeh Shahshahani is co-chair of the International Committee with the National Lawyers Guild and she’s part of the delegation that visited lawmakers this week to push for legislation.

Click the link below to visit Free Speech Radio News and hear the discussion.

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