Watch WITNESSES TO A SECRET WAR on Global Voices on PBS WORLD

Posted on May 15, 2009
WITNESSES TO A SECRET WAR tells the stories of three generations of Hmong refugees as they struggle with their personal and political legacies. The Xiong family, who fought on America's side of the "secret" war in Laos, tries to claim their own piece of the American dream while Hmong American Ka Ying Yang tries to understand her own similar family history. "This is the epic story of the Hmong people––who against all odds, survived a collision between personal history and the history of American politics in Southeast Asia," Twin Cities Daily Planet. Watch a preview below: WITNESSES TO A SECRET WAR airs Sunday, May 17 at 10:00 PM on Global Voices on PBS WORLD (check local listings).

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