Join us for a discussion with George Black, Susan Hammond, Sera Koulabdara, and Shelley Inglis about the opportunity to address unacknowledged legacies of war in Laos.
Senator Tammy Baldwin of Wisconsin will provide opening remarks and Ambassador Khamphan Anlavan from the Embassy of Lao PDR will provide closing remarks.
Although it has been 46 years since the end of the Vietnam War, Agent Orange and unexploded ordnance are war legacies which continued to negatively impact the lives and health of people in affected areas today. Over the last two decades the United States and Vietnam have built a collaborative and forward-looking relationship through addressing these legacies of war, and there is growing evidence of the need and opportunity to extend that work to affected communities in neighboring Laos.
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