GI press- Displaced Films Links

The GI Press, 1964-1977

This collection contains over 88,000 page images with searchable text taken from more than 2,400 periodicals and other items such as pamphlets and posters created by or for U.S. military personnel during the Vietnam War era. Many were produced underground by U.S. soldiers or veterans who opposed the war, using mimeograph machines or other inexpensive technology. These materials document the Vietnam War through the words of young people caught up in it. It is intended to complement official records published by the U.S. government and the civilian underground press of the time, both of which are readily available elsewhere.

Voices of Conscience Conference, May 2018Voices of Conscience- Displaced Films- Sir! No Sir!

Confirmed participants in the conference include Madame Ton-Nu-Thi Ninh of the Ho Chi Minh City Development & Peace Foundation; historians Michael Kazin and Christian Appy; sociologist David Meyer; scholars David Cortright and Ann Mische of the Kroc Institute; and Veterans For Peace Executive Director Michael McPhearson, as well as veterans Skip Delano, J.J. Johnson, Fred Gardner, Jonathan Hutto, Jerry Lembcke, Camilo Mejia, Susan Schnall, Will Short, Michael Uhl, Jose Vasquez and others.

The program will feature literary readings from William Ehrhart, author of Vietnam-Perkasie: A Combat Marine Memoir; Roy Scranton, Iraq veteran and author of the book, War Porn; and others.

The program will also include film presentations featuring Connie Field and her new film The Whistleblower of My Lai; Academy Award winner Barbara Kopple and the films Winter Soldier and Shelter; and David Zeiger and his film, Sir! No Sir!.

A Matter of Conscience

Gi Resistance During the Vietnam War. Essays by Willa Seidenberg and Photographs by William Short.






The Sunflower Project

“Abuse is an ugly story. When I dance, I make it beautiful. Turning ugly into beautiful forces people to listen. They will learn. They will accept, and ultimately, they will help.” –Leah Zeiger, Founder

The Sunflower Project uses dance techniques to help heal survivors of sexual assault, domestic violence, and dating abuse. TSP also uses methods used in film and writing to facilitate a healing space for survivors. TSP takes on different projects in order to achieve this goal, such as the film Untold, the #Demand2BHeard initiative, performances, and Democracy Jams.

The Sunflower Project (TSP) is a multimodal artist organization based in Chicago, IL. Founded by Leah Zeiger, the organization primarily uses dance, with help from film and music, to educate the community about sexual assault, domestic violence, and dating abuse. TSP focusses on young adults, specifically middle school through high school.

Refuse Fascism

Call to Action:
This Nightmare Must End:
The Trump/Pence Regime Must Go!
In the Name of Humanity,
We REFUSE to Accept a Fascist America

We are horrified and angered at the shocking damage already done to lives here and around the world by the Trump/Pence regime. We recognize that they are poised to do far worse, including threatening WAR, even nuclear war. Through an unrelenting barrage of daily outrages and twitter outbursts, the Trump/Pence regime is radically remaking society – step by step hammering into place a vicious American fascism. This is not insult or exaggeration, it is what they are doing.Therefore, WE RESOLVE that nothing short of removing this whole illegitimate regime from power will stop this nightmare.– Read and sign the full, new Call to Action from here.

Northern Light Productions

Partner producers of This is Where We Take Our Stand

The Bob Avakian Institute

The Bob Avakian Institute is a nonprofit institute organized for educational purposes. Its mission is to preserve, project, and promote the works and vision of Bob Avakian with the aim of reaching the broadest possible audience.

The Trump/Pence Regime Must Go!
In The Name of Humanity,
We REFUSE to Accept a Fascist America
A Better World IS Possible
A Film of a Talk by Bob Avakian


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