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Liberation Literacy Screening of "No Vietnamese Ever Called Me N*****"

Hollywood Theatre
4122 NE Sandy Blvd
Portland, OR 97212, United States (map)

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As a historical building, the Hollywood Theatre is limited in its ability to meet ADA requirements, though we remain committed to servicing patrons with mobility issues whenever possible. While our ground-level auditorium is wheelchair-accessible, our two upstairs auditoriums are not. Please feel free to contact us at 503-493-1128 regarding the placement of films on any given day. In most instances, and with adequate notice, we can modify film scheduling to accommodate access.

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Liberation Literacy presents a special 16mm screening of David Loeb Weiss' NO VIETNAMESE EVER CALLED ME N-----, to raise funds to support its social justice reading program inside of the Columbia River Correctional Facility in Portland.

The film documents a conversation between three Black Vietnam war veterans intercut with footage of the 1967 Spring Mobilization anti-war demonstration, a national action taking place just one week after Martin Luther King, Jr.’s delivery of “Beyond Vietnam: A Time to Break the Silence” at Riverside Church in New York City.

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