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The Legacy of Agent Orange on WCPN

By jimstaro - Posted on 01 February 2011

Connie Schultz, Heather Morris Bowser discuss the legacy of Agent Orange on WCPN


Lisa DeJong, The Plain DealerHeather Morris Bowser: "I know there are other Vietnam War veterans' kids like me in America. We need to find each other. We need to break the silence."

January 31, 2011 - Listen to Plain Dealer columnist Connie Schultz and Heather Morris Bowser discuss the legacy of Agent Orange {I have a player below to listen or visit this link} with WCPN FM/90.3's "Sound of Ideas" host Mike McIntyre.

Bowser, who was featured in Schultz's special Plain Dealer report, "Unfinished Business," was born without her right leg and six fingers. She talked about her father, Bill Morris, who served in Vietnam in 1968 and 1969 when he was exposed to Agent Orange, and why her faith in American veterans gives her hope for future generations of Vietnam's children.

Several American veterans of the Vietnam War also called into the show to share stories about their service, and describe what happened to them after they returned.


Listen to the Program



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