"Sir! No, Sir!" Film Screening
NASHVILLE, Tennessee—Nashville Peace and Justice Center, Veterans for Peace and Café Outloud are hosting a film screening of "Sir! No Sir!" on November 11, 7:00pm at Café Outloud, 1707 Church Street, as apart of the NPJC 2007 film series.
"Sir! No Sir!" is the untold story of the GI movement to end the war in Vietnam. It was one of the most vibrant and widespread upheavals of the 1960s – one that had a great impact on American society, yet has been forgotten from the memory of that time. This hidden history has archival footage with thoughtful interviews, "perfectly timed with new doubts about the Iraq War" (Variety). Produced, Directed and Written by David Zeiger.
Nashville Peace and Justice Center is a non-profit community-based coalition of organizations and individuals working to create a more peaceful and just society. Since its founding during the first Gulf War in 1991, NPJC has led the grassroots movement for social justice in Nashville and Middle Tennessee. For more information, call 615-336-5700 or visit www.nashvillepeacejustice.org.