The Initiative to Clean Up Unexploded Bombs in Vietnam
SHORT VIDEO CLIPS, 2 Sep 2019
28 Aug 2019
Chuck Searcy of Project RENEW describes the major success and strides in making Vietnam safe from the devices of death dropped on the country by the United States.
Tags: Activism, Asia and the Pacific, Environment, History, Human Rights, Indigenous Rights, International Relations, Justice, Military, NATO, Nonviolence, Peace, Politics, Solutions, Southeast Asia, USA, Veterans For Peace, Vietnam, Violence, War, power, social justice, west, world
This article originally appeared on Transcend Media Service (TMS) on 2 Sep 2019.
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