The Waging Peace in Vietnam Exhibit
During America’s War in Vietnam, tens of thousands of GIs and veterans created a robust movement in opposition to the war. Yet its history is largely unknown.
The Waging Peace in Vietnam exhibit and its companion book show how the GI movement unfolded, from the numerous anti-war coffeehouses springing up outside military bases, to the hundreds of GI newspapers giving an independent voice to active soldiers, to the stockade revolts and the strikes and near-mutinies on naval vessels and in the air force.
It’s time to set the record straight.
Please take the time to visit the exhibit-there are always new
things to learn from history.
Waging Peace in Vietnam: US Soldiers and Veterans Who Opposed the War
San Francisco Veterans Gallery, first floor of the SF Veterans Building at
401 Van Ness
June 29 through August 14, free. OPEN 1-6 pm, Wednesdays through Sundays
Sponsored by Veterans For Peace Chapter 69
FMI: www.wagingpeaceinvietnam.com <http://www.wagingpeaceinvietnam.com>
Or: PaulCox@sonic.net <mailto:PaulCox@sonic.net>