James NachtweyView All >
James Nachtwey's collection of Vietnam photos from the July 24th, 2006 issue of Vanity Fair.

Fulshear, Texas. Harold Jackson, 62.

Suffering from hydrocephalus peripheral neuropathy.

Highland Lake, New Jersey.
Michael Szymczak.

Suffering from spina bifida.

Hackettstown, New Jersey.
Ryan Albertson.

Age six and suffering from spina bifida.

Defiance, Ohio.
V.F.W. Post 3360.

Cam Lo and her 14-year-old son, Bui Quang Ky, Quang Tri Province.

A mother exposed to Agent Orange while in the North Vietnamese Army.

Goro NakamuraView All >
WLP assisted Gora Nakamura and the John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York City in the coordination of an exhibit of Mr. Nakamura's photos. Nakamura, a Japanese photojournalist, took these photos over the past 30 years that depict both the human and environmental impacts of Agent Orange. In some series of photos he went back to photograph the same place and same people to show how they have changed over time. The 27 works to be shown here (plus three other works) are available for exhibit in the US.
Viet and Duc at the Viet-Duc hospital in Hanoi

Viet and Duc co-joined twins look out the window at the Tu Du Hospital in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. (1984)

Duc riding his bike

Duc riding his bicycle (1995)

Ca Mau

1982

Philip Jones GriffithsView All >
Photos from the acclaimed exhibit “50 Years on the Frontlines: Philip Jones Griffiths Photographs” and the book "Agent Orange: Collateral Damage in Viet Nam."

The ecocide.

Le Thi Dat, 13, suffers from spina bifida and mental retardation.  Her father was a soldier in the Saigon army.

Posters by Vietnamese ArtistsView All >
A large collection of Agent Orange posters available for exhibit at schools or other interested institutions. For more information on showing this exhibit please contact us.

Dr Dai 2

Protesting War

Dioxin 2

Crutch

Nguyen Du Lam

Ng Van Luong

VietnamView All >
A collection of images highlighting the assault on Vietnam’s vegetation.

Udorn Airbase Thailand                

Location of some of planes making herbcide spraying runs in Laos 

Defoliation.

An aerial view of the destruction.

Spraying.

Helicopters continually sprayed the jungles, contaminating all water and food sources.