Suggested classes on GI and veteran resistance to the Vietnam War that can be incorporated into courses on social movements, political change and other topics.
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.
Here is another resource for spurring critical thinking, courtesy of the Vietnam Peace Commemoration Committee: Click here to access a Free PDF of 10 questions prepared by Paul Lauter, Professor Emeritus, Trinity College (with
Scholars, researchers and others interested in the Vietnam War are invited to “Vietnam War Stories: A Symposium on Conflict and Civic Engagement,” a two-day symposium scheduled for July 23-24 on the campus of Indiana
The Australian National University Archives has just completed digitizing Professor David Marr’s unique collection of posters and other graphic material related to Vietnam and the Indochina conflict. Collected throughout his
CAPTION: An American soldier in Vietnam, as seen in “In the Year of the Pig,” a 1969 documentary film directed by Emile de Antonio. Photo Credit: UCLA Film & Television Archive In the Year of the Pig Metrograph,
LINKS TO DIGITAL RECORDS OF THIS CONFERENCE: On the Voices of Conscience YouTube channel, find full video of the opening day plenaries, the last day plenary and the film and literary events. The Voices of Conscience Google Drive
2018 Social Justice or Social Studies Education Conferences Next year marks the 50th anniversary of key moments of the American war in Vietnam. We also project that the Burns/Novick documentary: The Vietnam war will become the