Kim Phuc was pictured in a world-famous and photograph from the Vietnam war, running naked from an airborne attack, horribly burned with napalm, in June of 1972. She now runs The Kim Foundation International, and she acts as a Goodwill Ambassador for UNESCO.
The eyes of Marines before, during and after Afghanistan. Photographed by Dutch photographer Claire Felicie.
I don't know where this picture is from, but, I had to re-pin it. It made me think of how I have been lucky enough, in my job, to meet some WW II Veterans. Sometimes, they will share stories with me. I am very thankful for the opportunity to have spoken with these brave men and hear their stories. ***My dad served in the Marines in WWII...
That Pulitzer prize winning 1972 AP photo shows a 9 year old girl running away from her village in Vietnam that had just been napalmed. The napalm burned off her clothes. The girl, Kim Phuc, survived and is shown 40 years later. She now lives with her family in Canada, and helps young victims of war.
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