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The My Lai Memorial Exhibit and the Vietnam War

Accompanies the My Lai Memorial Exhibit, DPC Library October 2-7, 2019

The My Lai Memorial Exhibit

Described as a memorial to the "Vietnamese victims of the American War," the My Lai Memorial Traveling Exhibit provides a powerful anti-war experience, inviting participants to make a renewed commitment to peace, social justice and the reduction of militarism at home and abroad.

At Arizona State University's Downtown Campus Library, October 2nd to 7th.  

411 N. Central Ave., Phoenix Arizona

Exhibit is open to the public. 

Sponsors:

Veterans for Peace, Phoenix Winter Soldiers Chapter

Center on the Future of War, ASU

Office for Veteran and Military Academic Engagement, ASU

ASU Library

ASU Now Article and Interview with Michael Casavantes

September 24, 2019, Marshall Terrill

Events

Wednesday October 2

12:00     Opening Remembrance

  • Mac McDevitt, My Lai Exhibit Creator
  • Shawn Banzhaf, ASU Pat Tillman Veteran Center Military Advocate
  • Sanghoon Yoo, ASU Council of Religious Advisors
  • Marco Pina, ASU Department of English
  • Joe Brett, Vietnam Veteran

12:30     Kyle Longley, ASU Professor of History.  The Vietnam War: Who Served and My Lai in the Context of the War

2:00      Mike Wold, Franciscan Renewal Center, Institute for Healing of Memories

Thursday October 3

9:00       Valerie Adams, ASU College of Integrated Sciences and the Arts.  The Vietnam War:  How We Got In, How We Got Out, Legacy

10:15     Brett Hunt, ASU Public Service Academy Director.  Lessons on Leadership

Friday October 4

1:30      Joan McCarthy, Clinical Social Worker.  Vietnam Veterans and Moral Injury

5:00      CANCELED DUE TO ILLNESS  Michael Messner, University of Southern California Sociology Professor.  Book Talk: Guys Like Me veterans as peace activists

Saturday October 5

10:00     Veterans for Peace Phoenix Chapter Share Personal Experiences

  • Dennis Stout
  • Ahmad Daniels
  • Charles Osburn
  • Richard Smith
  • John Johnson
  • Jose Olagues
  • Others

1:00       Veterans for Peace Members on Military Experiences and Peace Advocacy

1:30       Joan McCarthy, Clinical Social Worker.  Vietnam Veterans and Moral Injury

Sunday October 6

10:00 & 1:00      Veterans for Peace Phoenix Chapter Panel Share Their Military Experiences and Peace Advocacy

Monday October 7

10:00      Daniel Rothenberg, ASU Center on the Future of War.  My Lai in the Context of War Crimes

11:00      Michael Casavantes, ASU Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.  War Journalism and                          Film and War

12:00      Shawn Banzhaf, ASU Pat Tillman Veteran Center Military Advocate, and Rev. Sanghoon Yoo, ASU Council of                               Religious Advisors: Trauma Informed Care Movement

2:00        Kimberly Baldwin, ASU Public Service Academy: Students and the Future of Leadership

3:00       Closing

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