"War does not determine who is right, only who is left." 

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 The 2 Sides Project is a 501c3 organization that connects sons and daughters
whose fathers were killed on opposite sides of the Vietnam/American War.

A dozen Americans have now met face-to-face with more than 60 Vietnamese
sons and daughters, and the story of our meetings has been featured in an
award-winning documentary film on PBS stations across the U.S. 

Now we want to help other sons and daughters make that important connection. 
There are many from the Vietnam/American War alone: an estimated 20,000 in the U.S.
and 70,000 in Vietnam. As wars continue around the world, more and more children will
experience the same loss we did. When they're ready, and with your support, 
we'd like to help them connect with the other side, too. 
 

 
Magic and miracles abound on every 2 Sides Project trip, and our chance meeting with this man was no exception. In his hand is the lost ID card of an American pilot killed in Vietnam. The man’s father found it in the wreckage of a crash decades ago. Now, he wanted to return it to the pilot’s family.

Magic and miracles abound on every 2 Sides Project trip, and our chance meeting with this man was no exception. In his hand is the lost ID card of an American pilot killed in Vietnam. The man’s father found it in the wreckage of a crash decades ago. Now, he wanted to return it to the pilot’s family.

Now available online!  Witness the unforgettable journey of six Americans who lost fathers in the Vietnam War as they meet Vietnamese sons and daughters whose fathers died fighting for the opposite side. Consider making a  donation  before you watch this award-winning documentary.

Now available online! Witness the unforgettable journey of six Americans who lost fathers in the Vietnam War as they meet Vietnamese sons and daughters whose fathers died fighting for the opposite side. Consider making a donation before you watch this award-winning documentary.

 
 
Honoring Vietnamese war martyrs at the Can Giuoc Cemetery outside of Ho Chi Minh City.

Honoring Vietnamese war martyrs at the Can Giuoc Cemetery outside of Ho Chi Minh City.


Bonnie Brumet, daughter of USAF Captain Robert N Brumet (killed in action on April 9, 1964), was one of seven sisters on the most recent 2 Sides Project trip to Vietnam.

Bonnie Brumet, daughter of USAF Captain Robert N Brumet (killed in action on April 9, 1964), was one of seven sisters on the most recent 2 Sides Project trip to Vietnam.

 

2 Sides Project Founder Margot Carlson Delogne talks about her life experiences and The 2 Sides Project documentary on WSRE’s Conversations with Jeff Weeks.

 

“Our work for peace must begin within the private world of each of us.” 
Dag Hammarskjöld, UN Secretary General 1953-1961