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Screening of "No Vietnamese ever called me N*****"

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St Agnes Branch of NYPL

444 Amsterdam Ave

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released in 1968, this 68 minute documentary focuses on the black ex-G.Is who discuss their experiences in Vietnam, racism in the armed forces and their dissatisfaction with life in the U. S. upon their return. Intercut with scenes of anti-war protest demonstrations in New York City and the 1967 Harlem Fall Mobilization March. Screening takes place at the NY Public Library branch on 82nd Street and Amsterdam; Tuesday, September 26, free and open to all.

*This Event is part of Hostelling International's Sleep for Peace programming, which aims to have community based discussions around peace and justice. HI NYC and the NYPL are community partners, and offer this event collaboratively.

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