In the last of our Camp Len Duong series, Cindy Dinh, a budding community leader/activist and incoming JD/MPP candidate at Berkeley and Harvard, gives you a preview of Len Duong 2012.
Acclaimed Vietnamese American dancer Thang Dao shares his views on this inspiring camp.
Instead of a larger narrative on immigration—from culture to economics, from identity to history— what we have now is a public mindset of us versus them, and an overall anti immigrant climate that is both troubling and morally reprehensible.
The next article in our Camp Len Duong series is by Minh Bao Pham, one of the first Vietnamese American fire fighters in New York. Find out how Camp Len Duong inspired him and shaped his life decisions.
For those who feel powerlessness to transform themselves, the gun can be seductive. It provides power. It speaks in a language everybody understands. It speaks across color lines. It opens doors for the invisible into the public space.? Unfortunately, it is the language of annihilation and not creation.
The Vietnamese American community still has much to learn about addressing depression among our youth.
In part two of our Len Duong series, former camper Ann Vo, now a dentist, discusses how Len Duong motivated her to get involved with the community after growing up around few Vietnamese Americans.
Why is gambling addiction so prevalent among Asians? Could gambling be linked to violence?
VTP is proud to present our readers with series of articles about Camp Len Duong, a leadership development camp geared towards Vietnamese Americans. The first of these articles is an introduction to the camp written by Len Duong alumnus Elena Tran. Enjoy and please look forward to more perspectives in the coming weeks! In The […]
The forces of globalization have only intensified the trade in humans. The U.S. State Department says that estimates of those enslaved through human trafficking ranges from 4 million to 27 million.