No Vietnamese Ever Called Me N****r
Please note that this program was originally scheduled to begin at 6:30 pm and has been changed to start at 7:00 pm.
The unflinching 1968 documentary No Vietnamese Ever Called Me N****r (1968, 86 min, David L. Weiss) follows 400,000 protesters as they march from Harlem to the United Nations building to decry the United States' continued involvement in the Vietnam War. An electrifying portrait of the righteous anger of black anti-war protesters and veterans, director David L. Weiss captures the ways in which black liberation and the anti-Vietnam movement were inextricably linked. Screening will be preceded by an introduction.
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Co-presented with Jessica Green at the Maysles Documentary Center as part of their non-fiction film series Made in Harlem: Class of ’68.
This screening is also part of our Activism on Film series, which delves into stories of social activism in New York City inspired by the Museum's ongoing Activist New York exhibition. To view all the programs in the series, click here.
$15 for Adults | $12 for Seniors, Students, and Educators (with ID) | $10 for Museum Members
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