How Jane Fonda's Vietnam Controversy Taught Her "Empathy Is Revolutionary"

In 1972, Jane Fonda sparked international controversy when she was photographed laughing and clapping with North Vietnamese soldiers -- a photograph she's apologized for ever since. Watch as she explains how the photo happened and recalls a meeting with a group of Vietnam vets that taught her that empathy is revolutionary.

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