An inspiring new film about Vietnam veterans coming together to heal the wounds of war. About the Film A decade after the last American troops left South Vietnam, veterans of that divisive and brutal war were still not receiving
This post originally published at lawandorder.org. Law and Disorder May 25, 2015 Hide Player | Play in Popup | Download 50 Year Anniversary of the Vietnam War: Professor Susan Schnall From 1967 to 1969, during the Vietnam War
This article originally appeared in The Buffalo News on 5/1/85. Two million Vietnamese dead. Three million wounded. Eight-hundred thousand children orphans. Fifty-seven thousand Americans dead. Three-hundred thousand wounded.
This information originally appeared at aavw.org. “I Ain’t Got No Quarrel With The VietCong… No VietCong Ever Called Me N…..” — Muhammad Ali, 1966 On August 23, 1966, Muhammad Ali embarked
In Memoriam Charlotte Lacey, the only Delaware County native and the youngest member of the the peace group, The East Coast Conspiracy to Save Lives, passed away on January 5th in Vancouver, Canada. Charlotte was 18 years old
Reflections from Bruce Beyer: “This is my memory of meeting anti-war POW Col. Edison W. Miller. On October 20th, 1977 as I waited for a press conference before returning to the US, Gloria Emerson and Cora Weiss introduced
Fred Lonidier’s collection of photographs of Vietnam-era anti-draft organizing by Draft Resistance-Seattle and other antiwar activists. These galleries are part of the Pacific Northwest Antiwar and Radical History Project,
Interview With Michael Simmons by Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors 2003 CCCO: One problem with most historical accounts of the anti-war movement, or the peace movement as a whole, is that in most accounts, the