Love Reunited is a website about the short documentary "Love Separated in Life...Love Reunited In Honor" that:
Teaches Racial Tolerance as Black, White and Asian Families Touch To Honor a Fallen Vietnam Hero.
There's more than meets the eye to this 15-minute documentary. As support for the film grows, the film and its mission will be expanded in the form of a feature documentary yielding more community programs.
"Love Separated in Life...Love Reunited in Honor is available for youth groups, church groups, grief resolution groups, businesses and corporations that want to team build around family, memories and history.
Email: LoveReunited2014@gmail.com with subject: Screening
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Love Separated in Life..Love Reunited in Honor Overview:
Crossing history, time, social mores and seas, The Wright siblings honor Sp5 Wyley Wright Jr., who died in a helicopter crash as an honor guard for Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara early in the Vietnam War, and 'the wife of his youth,' Ouida Fay McClendon Wright with a ceremony in Arlington National Cemetery, after exhuming him from a segregated cemetery in Jacksonville, Florida fifty years after his death.
Within a year, the ceremony in Arlington, ultimately led the Wrights to Vietnam, where they found the land that had been named after their father, 'The Shannon Wright Compound,' an honor they had no knowledge of growing up in the shadows of Fort Benning, Ga.
The trip to Vietnam found them on the former United States Army base where the 114th Aviation Company had served and they connect with the family of the Vietnamese photographer who had made the last wedding anniversary gifts of Sp5 Wyley Wright Jr. for his beloved 'Ouida, the Love of My Life.'