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In DC: Sir! No Sir! antiwar film and discussion

Anti-war event in D.C. Hat/tip to John Judge for the info:

“Sir! No Sir!”

A Film About The GI Movement
Against The War In Vietnam

Movie night in Mt. Pleasant!

Friday  October 12th 6-9pm

Lamont Park (corner of Lamont and Mt Pleasant sts., NW)
4 blocks from Columbia Hts Metro (Green/yellow Lines)
S2, S4, 42, and H8 bus lines

 

Sir! No Sir!

 A Film About The GI Movement
Against The War In Vietnam

Come & exchange information about:

·    the poisons of war-past & present, at home & abroad

·        job options, not military recruitment

·        privacy rights of DC students

Sir! No Sir! A Film About The Gi Movement Against The War In Vietnam

This is the story of one of the most vibrant and widespread upheavals of the 1960’s–one that had profound impact on American society, yet has been virtually obliterated from the collective memory of that time.

Sponsored by C.h.o.i.c.e.s &

DC Metro Science for the People  dcmetrosftp.org

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