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Lacy & Jackie at the Paris airport, July 2018

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Asian Pacific American Day Celebration at the Fairfax County Government Center

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Vietnamese community lobbying at the Senate Dirkson Building, WDC

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Celebrating Human Rights Day in the Senate Building, WDC.

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JackieB receiving an Award for Community Services

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Lobbying in the office of Congressman Jim Moran

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Receiving a significant gift of friendship

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Autumn Cloud: From Vietnam War Widow to American Activist (Capital Life)

While the Vietnam War is deeply ingrained in a generation of Americans, its history is often one-sided - flavored with blame, corrupt generals and politicians, drugs, and the Viet Cong. What is rarely heard is the compelling story of ordinary people who struggled amidst chaos and upheaval. "Autumn Cloud" is that story[...]

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About Jackie Bong Wright

As a young girl, I dreamed of becoming a teacher or social worker, and both my wishes came true. For the first 12 years of my working life, I taught the French language and French civilization to children and adults in Saigon, Vietnam. Then, after coming to the U.S. in 1975 as a refugee and a widow with three young children, I worked for ten years in the field of social services, resettling and counseling refugees from Laos, Cambodia, Vietnam, and Afghanistan.

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Jackie Bong-Wright Ms. Virginia Senior America 2004

Jackie Bong-Wright was named a Washingtonian of the Year 2003 by the "Washingtonian" magazine for 27 years of community service here after she fled Communist Vietnam nearly 30 years ago. Having arrived with nothing but three young children, she gradually made her way from Vietnamese war widow to American activist.

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Jackie Bong Wright and Welcome House: A Short Biography

One of the newspaper articles that we looked at, “Refugees Adjusting to a Land of Plenty,” in the Washington Post mentioned an organization called Welcome House. Welcome House sought to help Vietnamese refugees settle into life in the U.S. by helping them help themselves.

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Mây Mùa Thu- Jackie Bong Wright

Mây mùa thu là hồi ký của bà Jackie Bông Wright xuất bản năm 2002.Đây là một cuốn sách khá hấp dẫn đuợc trình bày rõ ràng, khoa học với giọng văn lưu lóat.

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