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Gail Weintraub Stern: Founding Donor, Activist

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GAIL WEINTRAUB STERN, founding donor and Vietnam War activist, is a retired cardiovascular nurse who has been spent her life involved in nonviolent social change causes and philanthropic endeavors.

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Bill Prince: Psychiatrist, Film Producer

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BILL PRINCE, film producer, is a retired psychiatrist who has spent his career in public health, was not a draft resister, and had no experience with film prior to The Boys Who Said NO!

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David Harris : Author, Journalist, Political Activist

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    Introduction to David Harris.  2:41 min.   Interview: Raymond Elman. Editing & Production: Sabrina Rubinstein. Music:...

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Judith Ehrlich: Filmmaker

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JUDITH EHRLICH is an Oscar-nominated documentary filmmaker. She co-produced and co-directed The Most Dangerous Man in America: Daniel Ellsberg and the Pentagon Papers, which was nominated for an Academy Award and Primetime Emmy in 2009. Ehrlich also co-produced and directed The Good War and Those Who Refused to Fight It another ITVS documentary, which tells the story of the men who, guided by principle, took the unpopular position of pacifism during World War II. The Boys Who Said NO! is the third film in Ehrlich’s war resistance trilogy, and features contemporary video interviews with David Harris, Joan Baez, and other major resistance figures of the Vietnam-USA War.

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Eric Bogosian: Actor, Dramatist, Director, Author — But Not a Poet

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ERIC BOGOSIAN (b.1953) is an Armenian-American actor, dramatist, monologuist, novelist and historian.  He grew up in Woburn, Massachusetts, setting for the book and movie A Civil Action, but left his blue-collar roots to attend the University of Chicago.
Bogosian is the author of six produced plays, including Talk Radio at the New York Shakespeare Festival, which was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize and subsequently adapted to film by Oliver Stone.

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