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Vietnam Legacies Project

Vietnam Legacies Dialogue

Peace Across Borders: Humanitarian Activism in America and Viet Nam Today

Human Rights Center Executive Director, Shelley Inglis, moderated a panel featuring UD alumnus, Jack Meagher, and project researcher, Ben Schrader, about their experiences during a recent visit to Viet Nam, legacies of the Vietnam War and advocacy related to contemporary impacts of the War. This event was cosponsored by the Dayton International Peace Museum.
Event Details

December 4, 2019

6:30-9:00 pm at the Dayton International Peace Museum

Dialogue Themes

The conversation focused on humanitarian activism regarding Agent Orange, unexploded ordnance, and local economic development.

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Visiting the Traumatic Legacies of War

Ben Schrader, project researcher for the Vietnam Legacies Project, reflects on his recent visit to Viet Nam and humanitarian activism and advocacy related to impacts of the Vietnam War.

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