Boys Who Said NO!, The

The Boys Who Said NO! captures for the first time the passion, fear and hope of a generation of nonviolent warriors who broke the law to stand for peace. It begins when one man stands up and publicly burns his draft card in protest against the Vietnam War. His courage is contagious. By the war's end, thousands will be imprisoned for refusing to fight a war they think immoral. They form the vanguard of the largest youth-led resistance movement in U.S. history, end the military draft and help to end the long war in Vietnam. The Boys Who Said NO! by Oscar-nominated filmmaker Judith Ehrlich, is the rare story of a mass movement of young people who choose conscience over killing, and who ultimately prevail.
Rating E
Genre To Be Advised
Running Time 90
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