A symposium on Vietnam has turned a spotlight on the country’s oppressed Montagnard minority, whose plight has drawn little attention in recent years.
Speaking on a panel at a Sept. 14 event titled “Vietnam Revisited,” Neil Nay, an ethnic Montagnard and spokesman for Montagnards in exile, described their suffering under Communist rule.
The event was held at the National Archives building in Washington, D.C., and was co-hosted by the National Archives and the Assembly for Democracy in Vietnam, a U.S.-based nonprofit advocacy group.
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