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  • American soldiers are dropped off by U.S. Army helicopters during the Vietnam War. (Horst Faas/AP) Looking Back at the Vietnam War by Andy Piascik
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  • Pham Thanh Cong, the director of the My Lai Museum, was eleven at the time of the massacre. His mother and four siblings died. “We forgive, but we do not forget,” he said.
CREDIT PHOTOGRAPH BY KATIE ORLINSKY The Scene of the Crime by Seymour Hersh

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The Full Disclosure campaign is a Veterans For Peace effort to speak truth to power and keep alive the antiwar perspective on the American war in Viet Nam -- which is now approaching a series of 50th anniversary events. It represents a clear alternative to the Pentagon's current efforts to sanitize and mythologize the Vietnam war and to thereby legitimize further unnecessary and destructive wars.

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Upcoming Events

  1. Teach-In + 50: End the War Against the Planet

    March 27 - March 28
  2. People’s History of the Vietnam War Teach-In

    March 28 @ 10:00 am - 4:30 pm
  3. Veterans For Peace Forum – VETERANS VOICES 2015 & Combat Paper

    March 28 @ 7:00 pm - 11:00 pm
  4. Making Meaning of Vietnam: A Reading by Writers 7:00 pm Thursday, April 9

    April 9 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
  5. Ted Engelmann Presents at 2015 CCSS ANNUAL CONFERENCE

    April 10

" The Wall " - 1986 by Mike Hastie Army Medic Vietnam

This Week in History:

March 24-25
First anti-war teach-in held at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor organized by Students for a Democratic Society (SDS). Despite three bomb threats, the event was attended by about 3,500 and consisted of debates, lectures, movies, and musical events aimed at protesting the war. Speakers included: Robert Browne, was an economist at Farleigh Dickinson University, who had spent three years in Vietnam as a State Department adviser; John Donahue, a Michigan State University anthropology professor who had done field work in Vietnam; Arthur Waskow of the Institute for Policy Studies. Hundreds of students stayed until 8:00 AM to discuss the war. Teach-ins spread to campuses around the country over the next few months, including a National Teach-In day on May 15.

March 26
Teach-in at Columbia University in New York City attended by 2,500 students.

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