When You Can’t See Fit to Forgive

October 1, 2017

by Kim Phuc Phan Thi Thirty-five years ago, I sat on the cold, hard floor of Saigon’s central library, hiding from communist “minders” who had been stealing me away for interviews. Anti-war vitriol from the “napalm girl” was a hot commodity, and translators could make me “say” whatever they wished. I had grown up religious in the CaoDai faith. Despite my deep devotion, I never receiv…

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