Entries by kayleedolen

Interview with Tran Huynh Duy Thuc’s Father, Part 3

Tran Van Huynh, father of imprisoned blogger Tran Huynh Duy Thuc, speaks of the Vietnamese and international communities’ response to Thuc’s case. He also thanks Thuc’s many supporters. Thank you for continuing to spread the word about Thuc and other political prisoners. Check back for updates on the case, and please share this video and […]

A Message on the Importance of Free Expression

Today, July 25th, Vietnamese President Truong Tan Sang visits the US to speak with President Obama and other political figures. We must not let these conversations exclude the topic of human rights abuses in Vietnam. “We have human rights since we were born.”

The Repression of Cyber Dissidents – video release on You Tube!

In todays world, millions of people use the Internet to search for information, to work, or to communicate with their families and friends. Thanks to the evolution of technology, it has become possible to connect with everyone in any place on the globe. As an independent filmmaker, I always appreciated new possibilities for creating, sharing […]

The 88 Project – Statement

It’s the 21st century. We who live in free societies often take for granted our democratic freedoms. Some of us don’t even know that in many countries in the world people still continue to struggle for their basic civic rights. In the Socialist Republic of Vietnam there are hundreds of prisoners of conscience who have […]