No Vietnamese Ever Called Me Nigger

Pura Belpré Papers, 1897-1985

Flyer for a film program about black G.I.'s experience in the Vietnam War and life in the U.S. upon return, screened at the Hunts Point branch of the New York Public Library in the Bronx, NY.


Date
August 28, 1970, Date accepted
Creator
Pura Belpré
Location

877 Southern Blvd, the Bronx, NY - Hunts Point branch of the New York Public Library

Language
English
Document Type
Document: leaflets
Identifier
PuBe_b26_f06_0026
Related Keywords
Films, Libraries, Racism, Military service, Vietnam War, Veterans, Race relations
Individuals or Organizations Mentioned
New York Public Library
Related Places
Hunts Point (is referenced)
Citation
Pura Belpré Papers, 1897-1985. No Vietnamese Ever Called Me Nigger: PuBe_b26_f06_0026. Center for Puerto Rican Studies Library & Archives, Hunter College, CUNY. Web. 13 Nov 2019.
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