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Kim Phuc Phan Thi

Kim Phuc Phan Thi was born and raised in the southeastern region of Vietnam and was a child during the Vietnam War. When she was nine, napalm bombs were dropped on her village, and she was photographed running down a road, screaming from third degree burns to her skin. This photograph became world famous, an iconic image of the horrors of war, and eventually won a Pulitzer Prize. Kim was not expected to live, but after numerous operations and intensive therapy, she was able to return to her village and family two years later. Today, she is a speaker who shares her experiences to help others heal from the pain of war. She and her husband have two sons and reside in the Toronto area of Canada. Learn more about Kim and her efforts to bring hope to the hurting by visiting the website for The Kim Foundation International.

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Finding Hope After the Horrors of War (Part 2 of 2)

Kim Phuc Phan Thi shares her powerful story of being burned by a napalm bomb as a child during the Vietnam War, and becoming the central figure of the iconic Pulitzer Prize winning photo “The Terror of War.” She talks about her recovery, the ongoing challenges she faced, how she became a Christian and how God has helped her to forgive her enemies. (Part 2 of 2) 

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Finding Hope After the Horrors of War (Part 1 of 2)

Kim Phuc Phan Thi shares her powerful story of being burned by a napalm bomb as a child during the Vietnam War, and becoming the central figure of the iconic Pulitzer Prize winning photo “The Terror of War.” She talks about her recovery, the ongoing challenges she faced, how she became a Christian and how God has helped her to forgive her enemies. (Part 1 of 2)