An audio production by Veterans For Peace Spokane Chapter #35.
At least 37 million people in eight countries have been displaced since the start of the so-called global war on terrorism since 2001.
Putting Trump’s words aside, his actions have shown a disregard for the health and welfare of military families.
Every four years since 1968, the same cautionary tale is retold: If the Vietnam War protesters had been well-behaved…
I want to share with you some stories from the Vietcong veterans I know, as I believe it is crucial that we know stories from both sides and feel for each other.
Mike Hastie was specifically speaking his truth about the Vietnam War, a war he participated in before these up-armored feds were even born.
The entire 24-page issue of PPN #3 is now available online. Print, view, and share the PDF!
This hour-long video consists of oral history interviews with four different women veterans. The interviews were conducted by Fred Milano in the summer of 1989.
“Put more and more of the puzzle pieces together, and then you realize that you’ve got to bear witness,” Mike Hastie, Vietnam War medic.
The Trump administration is using fascist tactics to threaten US civil rights in pursuit of a far-right political agenda. Veterans are standing up.
“The only thing I’m proud of was my involvement with the anti-war movement,” Mike Turek, Vietnam Era Air Force.
Watch the full video presentations by Susan Schnall, Paul Cox, Namaya, Chuck Searcy, and Heather Bowser.
The scene, captured on video by journalist Andrew Kimmel, showed a federal agent holding the canister just inches from Mike Hastie’s face, then shoving him out of the way.
Towton 16’s crushed skull, and the thousands of men who died with him that day, are a good reminder that imperial wars never stay overseas.