Agent Orange and Addressing the Legacy of the War in Vietnam Conference
University of California, Berkeley
October 28th through October 29th, 2011.
Decades after the war, harmful effects of Agent Orange/dioxin contamination are still being felt by millions in Vietnam, including children. The land is still poisoned at the hot spots, children are still born with severe birth defects and people are still getting sick from the dioxin. Fortunately, this is a humanitarian concern we can do something about.
Please join us for a two-day conference about ending the suffering, the pain and the tragic impact of this all too real legacy of the war in Vietnam. Learn more about the Plan of Action for addressing the long-term impact of Agent Orange and how we can all help Make Agent Orange History!
The conference will kick-off with a film screening on Friday, October 28th, followed by a day-long conference on Saturday, October 29th. Participants will have the opportunity to hear from a wide range of speakers about the continuing impact of Agent Orange and engage in a collective conversation about how we can end this tragic impact.
Friday, October 28th, 7PM-9PM
David Brower Center
2150 Allston Way, Berkeley, CA
Agent Orange: A Personal Requiem film screening and discussion with the filmmaker, Masako Sakata
Saturday, October 29th, 9AM-4PM
Clark Kerr Conference Center
2601 Warring St, Berkeley, CA
Keynote speakers, panel discussions and interactive media on Agent Orange.
Read the full agenda for the conference here then take a look at the 10 things you can do to make Agent Orange history.
$30 for the public and $7 for students. Registration includes lunch.
*Please be prepared to show a valid student ID.
Co-sponsored by the Ford Foundation, Rotary Club of Berkeley, Rotary Club of Oakland, Rotary Club of San Francisco, Rotary Club of Sebastopol Sunrise, Rotary Peace Center and Active Voice.