Educational Resources

Mapping May 1970 Student Antiwar Strikes

This project is filed under Mapping American Social Movements, a project of the Civil Rights and Labor History Consortium at University of Washington. Here is the intro, copied from the project web page, by Amanda Miller: The May 1970 antiwar strikes became one of the...
Mounting the Waging Peace Exhibit: What Does It Take?

Mounting the Waging Peace Exhibit: What Does It Take?

Here's what it takes to mount the Waging Peace Exhibit at your university, college or other institution Space: The exhibit is mounted on sixteen 4’ x 8’ sheets of black Gatorboard, which is lighter...

War, What is it Good For?

by Peyton Hart November 11, 2019 WAR, WHAT IS IT GOOD FOR? ABSOLUTELY NOTHING! Not only is this a great song by Edwin Starr, it is also a train of thought that many people share and believe in. Some...

The Voices behind Vietnam

by Miranda Smith, November 15, 2019 It is not without reason that some therapists recommend patients suffering from...

Waging Peace in Vietnam: A Story We Need to Tell

Waging Peace in Vietnam: A Story We Need to Tell

Tens of thousands of active duty GIs opposed America’s war in Vietnam, marching, signing petitions, writing underground newspapers for their fellow soldiers, and refusing to fight, often at great personal sacrifice.