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Veteran's Coffee host Jeff Smith sits down with Gary Cunha, VA Suicide Prevention Specialist.read more
Jeff Smith, Military and Veterans Affairs Coordinator sits down with Jodi Conachen of Community Coffee to talk about their partnership with military veterans in North...read more
The Red Cross of Eastern North Carolina, in honor of celebrating their centennial this year, is partnering with the North Carolina Museum of History to open American Red Cross: Healing the Warrior’s Heart through Art. The exhibit features a collection of works created...read more
Friday evening, the North Carolina Museum of History and UNCTV hosted a special screening of The Great War, a documentary featuring stories and history about World War I. After the screening, a panel discussion was held discussing World War I and life for North...read more
NC Military Affairs Nominee Larry Hall speaks after the Senate Committee clears his nomination. The full Senate is expected to consider Hall's nomination...read more
North Carolina Speaker of the House Time Moore, Representative John Szoka (R), and Representative Grier Martin (D) spoke to NC Veterans on the House floor today. Moore speaks about North Carolina as a "veteran friendly" state and how legislators show a genuine...read more
Winner, Best Feature Film Award, 2016 Nyack Film Festival
Is war inevitable? In this film, a young filmmaker, distant from the standard narrative of the U.S. war with Vietnam, uses archival footage and interviews to retell the story.
In an immersive narrative, Ken Burns and Lynn Novick tell the epic story of the Vietnam War as it has never-before been told on film. THE VIETNAM WAR features testimony from nearly 80 witnesses, including many Americans who fought in the war and others who opposed it, as well as Vietnamese combatants and civilians from both the winning and losing sides.