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Jane Fonda Day in L.A. County Moved Amid Protests from Vietnamese Community

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Jane Fonda Day in L.A. County Moved Amid Protests from Vietnamese Community

Jane Fonda's Vietnam War-era protests are once again stirring controversy in Los Angeles County. Last month, County Supervisors declared April 30 as "Jane Fonda Day" to honor her long-standing advocacy for social justice and environmental issues. However, the decision has sparked significant backlash from Southern California's Vietnamese community.

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April 30 is also known as "Black April," a somber day commemorating the fall of Saigon in 1975, when North Vietnamese Communist forces captured the city, leading to its renaming as Ho Chi Minh City. This event marks. . .

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