The Third Generation of Agent Orange Victims in Vietnam
About the Book
Though the Vietnam War ended in 1975, the effects of it are poisoning a third generation. "Invisible Children" explores the lives of 45 children who are affected by the Vietnam-War era herbicide Agent Orange. The stories of these "invisible children" are told through a mixture of photography and art that transcends mere documentation--this book will help you begin to understand the devastating consequences for human life when powerful chemicals are abused.
The book is most likely going to be released during the first week of January.
This project was funded by Duke University's Visual Studies Initative Summer Fellowship and the Benenson Award in the Arts.