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Cinema of the Vietnam War

Tomorrow at 6:30pm we’ll be screening Thanh’s War, the fourth in the series Cinema of the Vietnam War we’ve been co-hosting with Brooklyn For Peace.  Moss Roberts, Professor of East Asian Studies at NYU will be leading the discussion following … Continue reading

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Sir, No Sir

Last Thursday, we screened Sir, No Sir, the second film in the Cinema of the Vietnam War series we are co-presenting with Brooklyn For Peace.  It’s an award-winning documentary about anti-war activism within the military, including underground GI newspapers, the … Continue reading

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John Wayne

Last night, BHS screened John Wayne’s The Green Berets (1968), the first film in the series Cinema of the Vietnam War that we are co-hosting with Brooklyn For Peace. What a cultural artifact!  One of the Vietnam veterans in the … Continue reading

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