In honor in honor of the soldiers and veterans who are part of the demonstrations at the NATO Summit in Chicago.
Watch three powerful films about GI and veterans’ resistance to criminal wars.
Free to watch starting at 9 am on Saturday, May 19 — Tuesday, May 29, at 9 am.
Armed Forces Day through Memorial Day weekend.
Sir! No Sir!
The landmark 2006 film by David Zeiger that revealed the suppressed story of the GI Movement to end the Vietnam War, a movement that shook the military and government to its core and played a major role in ending the war. Sir! No Sir! has been distributed for free to thousands of soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan, helping to inspire the birth of Iraq Veterans Against the War.
This is Where We Take Our Stand
Last year’s film by David Zeiger, Bestor Cram, and Mike Majoros, that told the story of the hundreds of soldiers and veterans who risked everything to reveal the true nature of the Iraq and Afghanistan occupations by testifying at 2008’s Winter Soldier: Iraq and Afghanistan hearings.
The 2001 Sundance film by Bestor Cram and Mike Majoros that told the story of one of the largest demonstrations of veterans during the Vietnam War, the 1971 march from Concord to Boston by Vietnam Veterans Against the War that ended in 400 arrests–the most in Massachusetts history. Set to Henryk Gorecki’s unfinished Symphony of Sorrowful Songs, this beautiful, lyrical film brings you deep into the soul of veterans’ resistance.
WATCH FILM: http://youtu.be/fOWvygGVQxQ
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