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Church leaders Howard Schomer, Elsie Schomer and Rabbi Jacob Weinstein talk about their experiences with the Vietnamese people they encountered. The group determined no matter who they came in contact with, two things were true, they were never told that they should leave Vietnam and that all the Vietnamese people longed for peace.
Father Roy Bourgeois travels the country, talking to groups of people who aren't aware that their tax dollars go to fund the School of the Americas. Bourgeois discovered that money provided was for military weapons & for the training of soldiers to torture and to kill people of Latin American countries.
A retired admiral told Bruce Kent, without even making a single request, they receive lots of money for weapons. Kent explained that currently, he believes both the right and left sides are willing to see reform in the United Nations. Kent was surprised at Americans' silent opinions when it came to nuclear arms, noting that they could blow up the world 50 times over. There is an excerpt of James Cameron talking about nuclear disarmament.
Interviewing Catholic workers Barbara Blaine, Ruth Graff, and Nina Polcyn-Moore. They discuss their lives, Catholic worker houses, and poverty. Includes an interview with Dorothy Day. Content Warning: This conversation has the presence of outdated, biased, offensive language. Rather than remove this content, we present it in the context of twentieth-century social history to acknowledge and learn from its impact and to inspire awareness and discussion.