The first-person narratives in this book provide a glimpse into the personal lives of fourteen Vietnamese-Americans who were devastated by war and the refugee experience but who were able to create new lives in a new cultural environment.
Boat People SOS: From Rescue at Sea to Katrina Relief: This Dynamic Nonprofit-Formed to Rescue and Resettle Vietnamese Refugees-Continues to Transform Itself, Recently Providing Relief to Thousands of Vietnamese-Americans in the Wake of Hurricanes Katrina and Rita Nguyen, Thang Nguyen, Julie.
The Public Manager, Vol. 36, No. 1, Spring 2007
Surviving Katrina and Its Aftermath: Evacuation and Community Mobilization by VietnameseAmericans and African Americans Li, Wei Airriess, Christopher Chen, Angela Chia-Chen Leong, Karen J. Keith, Verna M. Adams, Karen L..
Journal of Cultural Geography, Vol. 25, No. 3, October 2008
Letter from Vietnam: If Americans Have Done Their Best to Forget the War, So Have the Vietnamese. Young People Prefer to Focus on the Future and Want Friendly Ties to America. (Articles) Davis, Peter.
The Nation, Vol. 276, No. 22, June 9, 2003
Bridging Culture, Generation, and Language: Liturgies of the 2006 National Vietnamese Youth Conference Le, Grace Duc Tran, Quoc Nguyen, Paul Le, Thao Vi Kim Nguyen, Lawrence Tri.
Pastoral Music, Vol. 31, No. 3, February/March 2007
Swept into the Background: Scholars Say That Distrust of Government Officials by Vietnamese Hurricane Evacuees May Have Had Its Roots in the Black Community Lum, Lydia.
Diverse Issues in Higher Education, Vol. 22, No. 22, December 15, 2005
Hanoi Copes with POW Fallout Document Alleging Higher Number of Missing Americans Threatens Progress toward Normal US-Vietnamese Relations Clayton Jones, writer of The Christian Science Monitor and Ben Barber.
The Christian Science Monitor, April 23, 1993