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September 20, 2019 36 min
“There is no moment better than now to remember what Dave Dellinger has stood for and to fight for it together, all of us — for peace and justice.” — Howard Zinn

In October 2001, artists and activists on the front lines of social change gathered at Memorial Auditorium in Burlington, Vermont for a celebration. Together they created this audio documentary on David Dellinger and the power of the people. Written and directed by Greg Guma. PART TWO: Staughton Lynd, Norma Becker, Ralph DiGia and Dave’s daughter Natasha Singer recall life in the movement; protest songs by Rik Palieri; introductions and narration by Greg Guma, Mannie Leonni, and Miriam Ward. NEXT: Resistance in the 60s, more songs, dramatic readings, and remarks by Arthur Kinoy, Francis Crowe, and John Tucker.
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