Vietnam War, 1961-1975
Found in 21 Collections and/or Records:
After Action Report of U.S. Marine Corps Participation in Operation "New Arrivals" At Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, California
Photocopied report titled "After Action Report of U.S. Marine Corps Participation in Operation "New Arrivals" At Marine Corps Base, Camp Pendleton, California" detailing three phases of refugee resettlement from Vietnam at the close of the Vietnam War.
One handbill distributed by the San Diego Peace Center offering advice to those hoping to avoid the Vietnam War draft.
Library holdings are four issues, one of which is an undated special issue, ca. 1970.
Library holdings consist of two issues, August and September of 1970. Issue contain artwork and writing relevant to the Black liberation movement, with a perspective tuned to Black service members.
Dr. Thao Ha is a Vietnamese refugee who has become a sociology professor at MiraCosta College. Her path to personal, and professional success wound its way through traditional immigrant struggles as well as gang violence. In this interview Dr. Ha discusses her families escape from Vietnam at the end of the Vietnam War, her childhood in the United States, her involvement around gangs, and her educational pathway.