Celeste – Hear My Voice: from The Trial of the Chicago 7

NB: Aaron Sorkin’s film The Trial of the Chicago 7 is a tribute to the people of conscience who resisted the imperialist war on Vietnam. I salute the comrades of our generation for whom the struggle of the Vietnamese people was an emblem of human solidarity against injustice. Over 3 million Vietnamese were killed, and over 58,000 Americans. It is time to launch an international campaign against militaristic culture and the glorification of warfare. It is time to work for peace. DS

Hear my voice, hear my dreams

Let us make a world, world, in which in I believe

Hear my words, hear my cries Let me see a change through these eyes

You may think I won’t be heard Still I raise this hand, spread this word

These words of fire, of hope and desire And now I’ll let them free

Hear my voice, hear my dreams Let us make a world in which in we believe

In which we believe Hear my words, hear my choice Hear my voice



Andrew Bacevich: High Crimes and Misdemeanors of the Fading American Century


JAMES SPRINGER: Remembering the Fall of Saigon, 45 years on


An era passes: legendary Vietnamese General Vo Nguyen Giap Dies at 102


Waging Peace: Vietnam’s anti-war exhibition brings GIs and Viet Cong together. By Hannah Ellis-Petersen


Evelyn Theiss – The Photos That Caused Americans To Ask ‘What Are We Doing In Vietnam?’ The My Lai Massacre 50 years later


Remembering the Fall of Saigon, 45 years on


Pentagon Papers and time when media was trusted

Audio-visuals of some major events of 1968

Anti Vietnam-war Demonstrations (1968)
Vietnam War protest in Washington
European anti-Vietnam War Protests
Anti-Vietnam War Demonstration In New York & San Francisco
Anti-Vietnam War Demonstration In Berlin
 Vietnam War – Tet Offensive