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Resource Materials on Agent Orange:

WLP is working on a curriculum that examines the long-term consequences of Agent Orange on the environment and human health.

Below are useful resources regarding Agent Orange that can be used in classrooms, to accompany film showings, exhibits and speaker series. Please see Books and Films for further resources  WLP also has access to photos, reprints of news articles and scientific research articles that can also be sent upon request. Contact Susan Hammond at shammond@warlegacies.org or tel: 917 - 991- 4850.

Agent Orange Fact Sheet: (2009 version)

Efforts to Address the Impacts of Agent Orange (2009 version)

Agent Orange Fact Sheet and Resources prepared by Diane Fox PDF version  Word Version (2009 updated version)


Exhibits: WLP coordinates photo and art exhibits that address the impacts of Agent Orange. These include exhibits by Japanese photographer Goro Nakamura, Vietnamese photographer Doan Duc Minh, the photojournalist Philip Jones-Griffiths and and an Agent Orange exhibit by American and Vietnamese artists. For more information about brining an exhibit to your locality please contact Susan at shammond@warlegacies.org



Aerial herbicide spray missions in southern Viet Nam, 1965-1971 (Source: US Dept. of the Army). (from Hatfield Consultants website)

Aerial bombing coordinate data for Viet Nam, Lao PDR and Cambodia.  (from Hatfield Consultants website - developed by Federal Resource Corporation, Washington, DC)

Video Map of Spraying of herbicides from 1963-1970 developed by Jeanne Stellman, Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health