Stories about the Vietnam War have been told time and time again, mostly from the American and the North Vietnamese Communist viewpoints. Rarely is the Vietnam War shared from the perspectives of the South Vietnamese refugees, many of whom now live among us as hardworking and patriotic Americans. Forty two long years have gone by since the Fall of Saigon.  It is time to learn about the War from the perspective of those who suffered the most.

In partnership with Tarrant County College South Campus, "Vietnam: The Struggle for Freedom and Democracy" presents a compelling program consisting of panel discussions, key note address, break out sessions and ample time for interactive Q&A. Subject matter experts like Dr. Geoffrey Shaw, the author of "The Lost Mandate of Heaven" will reveal shocking facts about the War based on his research.

"Vietnam: The Struggle for Freedom and Democracy" is the first Symposium of its kind in DFW; done in English from the perspective of the South Vietnamese refugees for the younger Vietnamese Americans and the American public.

Seating Limited.  Register Now!!!

A certificate of completion will be issued from Tarrant County College for 5 hours of professional development.  

How to receive credit:

  1. Register your seat by Tuesday April 25, 2017
  2. Call/Text Nhi Bui (817) 757 - 0580 with your name and phone number to request for credit certification.
  3. Attend the symposium fully.
  4. Receive credit certificate at the end of the symposium.

Date and Time

Saturday, April 29, 2017
8:00 AM – 4:00 PM CDT
Breakfast and lunch will be provided

Location

South Energy Technology Center (SETC) Building
(This is also known as Center of Excellence for Energy Technology (CEET) Building)
5301 Campus Drive
Fort Worth, TX 76119
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