Vietnam War's Legacy for Younger Vietnamese
This program was part of a day-long symposium on the Vietnam War hosted by the National Archives in collaboration with the Assembly for Democracy in Vietnam.
A group of Vietnamese and Vietnamese Americans presented views on the legacy of the Vietnam War for younger generations, and how it continues to affect their lives. Panelists included a recent Vietnamese exile, an engineer, an Asian American studies professor, and the Mayor of Westminster, California.
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Sarah Bui Ph.D. Candidate George Mason University->Biosciences
- Alice Kamps Exhibit Curator National Archives and Records Administration
Neil Nay Electrical Engineer CommScope, Inc.
Daniel Tung Nguyen Vietnamese Exile
Genie Nguyen President and CEO Voice of Vietnamese Americans
Hoang Dzung Nguyen Community Volunteer
Thai-Anh Nguyen-Khoa Interpreter
Tri Ta Mayor [R] Westminster
Kieu-Linh Caroline Valverde Author
- Noele York-Simmons Rector Historic Christ Church (Alexandria, VA)
- National Archives and Records AdministrationNational Archives and Records Administration
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