Making Contact, for August 9, 2013 - 1:30pm
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The official Day to Commemorate Agent Orange is August 10th and marks the
start of the US military’s decade of massive chemical warfare in Vietnam in 1961.
On this edition: combat, chemicals, and corporations. We’ll look at the multigenerational legacy of Agent Orange -- a toxic defoliant used by the United States military in the jungles of Vietnam.
Ngo Thanh Nahn, co-coordinator Vietnam Agent Orange Relief and
Responsibility Campaign; Fred Wilcox scholar and author: Waiting for An For
Vietnam Reporting Project
Out of Bounds Radio Show Fred Wilcox interview December 2011
The Tale of An Phuc House
Scorched Earth: Legacies of Chemical Warfare in Vietnam
Waiting for an Army to Die: The Tragedy of Agent Orange
Vietnam Agent Orange Relief & Responsibility Campaign
Agent Orange Record
Remedying the Effects of Agent Orange
Rare archived audio and video clips from the Vietnam War
The plaintiffs of a class-action lawsuit argued that Monsanto had polluted their community by burning waste from the production of Agent Orange.