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Khanh Le

America’s Forgotten Chemical Warfare

Vietnamese people continue to feel the effects of US chemical warfare: Agent Orange.

Khanh Le

November 2, 2017

School Districts to Close Due to Women’s Strike

Chapel Hill-Carrboro, a North Carolina School District and Alexandria Public Schools (Alexandria, VA) recently put out school closure statements because so many teachers called out for the International Women's Strike.

Khanh Le

March 6, 2017

Silk Pajamas for Fancy Ladies: My Ma, Refugee Factory Worker

The now-famous image of Vietnamese, clinging to the last United States helicopter leaving Saigon from the top of the American embassy, marked the end of the Vietnam War and the beginning of the Vietnamese refugee experience. When the war officially ended on April 30, 1975, many fled the country not by helicopter, but by boat, […]

Khanh Le

January 6, 2017

CUNY Skypes with Brazilian Student Occupiers

CUNY Urban Education skyped with two Brazilian students: a college student who is currently occupying his university and a high school student who was part of the first wave of occupations a year ago.

Khanh Le

December 8, 2016

CUNY Students Support Brazilian Student Occupations

What happened in Philadelphia and what’s happening in Brazil is an attack on the working class and marginalized communities.

Khanh Le

November 6, 2016