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The Agent Orange is a herbicide and a defoliant full of dioxins. It was in use during the Vietnam War. The exposure to Agent Orange results in death, disabilities and children born with birth defects.
This display is the meeting of four professional photographers who give us their point of view on this subject: Alexis Duclos, Olivier Papegnies, Philippe Eranian and Philippe Jones Griffiths (deceased in March 2008, to whom we pay our respect). On the 15th and 16th of mai 2009, there will be an International tribunal of opinion on the Agent Orange in Paris. Experts, witnesses and veterans from all around the world will join the gathering. They are all reacting to the Supreme Court of the United States of America’s rejection of the Vietnamese victims of the Agent Orange request. The display was organised by the Vietnam-dioxin association.
Olivier Papegnies, Philippe Eranian et
Philip Jones Griffiths
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