ARTICLE: Viet-Blacks face hostility & exclusion in the historical present

Vo Van Dang, son of a Vietnamese sex-worker and African-American serviceman in 1971, in the height of the Vietnam war,

considers himself American and not Vietnamese, even though he does not speak English, has never been to the U.S. and lives in Vietnam.  Is survival living?  Who and what creates history and life, the way it is constructed? 


The original article was posted in Global Post.

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