50 Years of GI Resistance

How a US Army Whistleblower Revealed ‘the Apparatus of a Police State’

In the 1960s, the military had been illegally spying on protesters until Christopher Pyle, a former Army intelligence officer, spoke out.

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.

The Trip to the Shelter Half Coffee House

The Trip to the Shelter Half Coffee House

The Shelter Half was located near Fort Lewis, WA, where US Army soldier Deni Leonard was stationed. The coffeehouse was a base for him and others trying to end the war in Vietnam.

Launched for a Lifetime

Launched for a Lifetime

By Bill Ramsey. Norman Mailer dubbed us “armies of the night.” But I retreated before sunset to what I thought would be safer ground as our our protesting “armies” lit camp fires outside the Pentagon.

Deserción y Resistencia

Deserción y Resistencia

From Colectivo Editorial Amor y Rabia A coulpe of years ago, we published (in spanish) in our magazine a monography...

Protest Messages on Bombs

Protest Messages on Bombs

This post originally appeared at mnvietnam.com. David Cooley enlisted in the Navy as a jet engine mechanic and found...