When Syndie Ly was four years old, her family escaped Vietnam after the fall of Saigon. The North Vietnamese were looking for her father who served in the South Vietnamese army during the war. So, in the dark of night the family boarded a rickety boat and sailed away. They wound up in a refugee camp in Malaysia where they stayed for six months until a Christian church in Colorado sponsored them to come to the United States. She is a vocal American patriot and a harsh critic of Critical Race theory. In this report she tells about the "White Savior Complex" assignment given to her son in an English Honors class study of "To Kill A Mockingbird." Watch.