- Alliance Magazine: Tackling the Agent Orange Legacy in Vietnam.
- Chicago Tribune: Agent Orange’s Lethal Legacy. For U.S: A Record of Neglect.
- Cleveland Plain Dealer: Unfinished Business: Suffering and sickness in the endless wake of Agent Orange.
- Los Angeles Times: Foundation mends Vietnamese hearts that may have been stricken by Agent Orange.
- The New Yorker: America’s Debt to Vietnam.
- Politics Daily: Agent Orange Cleanup A Priority for Hillary Clinton in Vietnam.
- San Francisco Chronicle: Blind man helps young Vietnamese find better life.
- San Francisco Chronicle: Dealing with the legacy of Agent Orange in Vietnam.
- San Francisco Chronicle: Young Vietnamese Disabled Cope in Ho Chi Minh City.
- Washington Post: Spring travel: Old war wounds give way to a new Vietnam.
- a world of possibilities: Toxic Legacy: Healing from Agent Orange.
- Interfaith Voices Radio Program: Agent Orange: Why the War in Vietnam Isn’t Over.
- Interfaith Voices Radio Program: The Legacy of Agent Orange.
- The California Report: Speaking Out After Decades of Silence.
- The California Report: The Scars of Agent Orange.
- The California Report: A Haunted Legacy.
In “Vietnam Revisited” Vietnam Reporting Project fellow and CBS5 reporter Thuy Vu reports from Vietnam on the continuing impact of Agent Orange/dioxin.
|Part 1: Vietnam and Agent Orange, 35 Years Later||Part 2: Vietnam Soldiers Still Suffer From Agent Orange|
“Agent Orange: A Terrible Legacy”, by photo journalist and Vietnam Reporting Project fellow Catherine Karnow, documents two families who continue to struggle with the legacy of Agent Orange in Vietnam.
Since 2000, more than $90 million has been committed to solving the legacy of Agent Orange in Vietnam.
Photos from Vietnam Reporting Project fellow Catherine Karnow’s report on the continuing impact of Agent Orange in Vietnam. Read an interview with Karnow here.
- Agent Orange Record: Provides accurate and unbiased information about the ongoing health and environmental impacts of dioxin-contaminated herbicides used during the war in Vietnam and in other areas of the world.
- Vietnam Reporting Project: Produces quality, in-depth journalism content on the continuing impact of Agent Orange/dioxin across multiple media platforms.
- Aspen Institute Agent Orange in Vietnam Program: Exceptional resource for learning the details of this issue. This website provides background information and fact sheets on everything from health effects to solutions for Vietnam and Agent Orange’s impact on U.S. veterans.
- U.S.-Vietnam Dialogue Group: First Year Report: Addressing the Legacy of Agent Orange in Vietnam.
- U.S. House of Representatives Hearing: Our forgotten responsibility: What can we do to help victims of Agent Orange?