Reflections on Vietnam
Chris Moore hosts this discussion program with a panel of guests who share reflections on the Vietnam War and its influence on their lives. Guests include Tony Accamando from the Friends of Danang, Todd DePastino of the Veterans Breakfast Club and Dr. Nghi Nguyen of the Vietnamese Association of Pittsburgh. Reflections of Vietnam is part of WQED’s multi-platform engagement project surround the PBS documentary series “The Vietnam War.” Visit wqed.org/Vietnam to learn more.
Reflections on Vietnam aired on Nov 09, 2017.
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