Podcast: "Nothing but a stack of lies" - Greg Laxer
50 Years ago: Armed forces murder six students
Celebrating International Conscientious Objector Day
Today, May 15th, we’re celebrating with friends around the globe with this series of video messages. "Resistance to the Draft during the Vietnam War was the ultimate stand an individual conscience could take to say no to the organized mass murder ... waged by the state," shared Courage to Resist's Bob Meola. Read more
Podcast: "Based on nothing but a stack of lies" - Greg Laxer
After enlisting as a medic in the Army, Greg Laxer decided that he could not in good conscience participate in the Vietnam conflict. “I wanted to show that an actual active duty GI in 1968 could do this, could take a very public stance against the war and be willing to face the consequence.” Listen now
50 Years ago: Armed forces kill student protesters at Jackson & Kent State
The above Courage to Resist podcast was produced in collaboration with the Vietnam Full Disclosure effort of Veterans For Peace — “Towards an honest commemoration of the American war in Vietnam.” This year marks 50 years of GI resistance, in and out of uniform, for many of the courageous individuals featured. If you believe this history is important, please ...