“American culture has never fully come to grips with Vietnam,” says author of “Kill Anything That Moves: The Real American War in Vietnam”
50 years ago, activists staged a stunning act of defiance. They broke into an FBI office and exposed the secret Counterintelligence Program.
An inspiring program with panel discussion, offering perspectives about the relevance of Dr. King’s speech to peace and justice work today.
With Hoan Thi Tran, Heather Bowser, Jonathan Moore, Tricia Euvrard, Susan Schnall, and Paul Cox, on legislation, activism, and legal efforts.
Exclusive trailer for new restoration of F.T.A. Documentary. The long-censored and rarely screened film has now been newly restored in 4K.
Enough is enough! Ann Wright is the moderator. Panelists are Kathy Kelly, Matthew Hoh, Rory Fanning, Danny Sjursen, and Arash Azizzada.
This panel discussion was hosted by the Joan Duffy Chapter of Veterans for Peace in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
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.
Watch the full video presentations by Susan Schnall, Paul Cox, Namaya, Chuck Searcy, and Heather Bowser.
Panel discussions from the George Washington University conference hosted in conjunction with the traveling exhibit.
Watch Jackson State University’s Margaret Walker Center and the Gibbs-Green 50th Commemoration Commission’s discussion, held via Zoom, on May 14th.
The shootings at the Vietnam War protest was seen “as an indication that things in the U.S. — on and off campus — were spiraling out of control.” NBC News Report
Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young released “Ohio” just days after the shooting at Kent State. It remains one of rock’s greatest protest songs.
Was he brainwashed in Vietnam? Maybe, he said. But no more so than he had been by American culture before he went to war.