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Interfaith Ceremony Commemorates Vietnamese Victims

Interfaith Ceremony at the VOC Memorial Commemorating the Vietnamese Victims of Communism On Saturday, August 29th the Vietnamese American community organized the first annual interfaith ceremony to commemorate the millions of Vietnamese victims of communism at the Victims of Communism Memorial. This July, a visit to the Victims of Communism Memorial inspired the Vietnamese Diaspora to […]

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VOC Statement on US-Cuba Relations

December 18, 2014 DECISION TO RECOGNIZE CUBAN GOVERNMENT WITHOUT ASSURANCE OF REFORM WRONGHEADED Washington D.C. – Executive director of the Victims of Communism Memorial Foundation Marion Smith today released the following statement on President Barack Obama’s plan to begin efforts to normalize diplomatic relations between the United States and Cuba: “For decades both Republican and […]

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The Berlin Wall Fell, but Communism Didn’t

This article originally appeared in the Wall Street Journal The Berlin Wall Fell, but Communism Didn’t From North Korea to Cuba, millions still live under tyrannous regimes. As the world marks the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall on Nov. 9, 1989, we should also remember the many dozens of people who died […]

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