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R3: Refuge After War Conversation


The screening of Refuge After War will be followed by a conversation that will delve deeper into the root causes of the Afghan refugee crisis and its resonance with the aftermath of the Vietnam War. Featuring the filmmaker, scholars, and community organizers, this panel will highlight the ways that Afghan and Vietnamese refugees have worked together to navigate the limitations of American refugee resettlement policy, all while underscoring the work that still needs to be done to support communities displaced by war and violence.

These events are FREE; however, RSVPs are required for in-person events.

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Directed by Thanh Tan

Refuge After War examines the experiences of Vietnamese and Afghan refugees forced to flee and resettle in Washington state after the falls of Saigon in 1975 and Kabul in 2021.

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