Filmmaker Anthony Giacchino talks about the making of The Camden 28 and explains what he wants people to know about the anti-war movement of the Vietnam era.
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Watch archival news footage of the Camden 28 defendants being arrested in 1971.
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A historian tracks the evolution of resistance against the draft.
A historian explains the significance of two events related to the FBI actions against the Camden 28.
Camden 28 defense lawyer David Kairys talks about how the introduction of an affidavit into the case shaped the charge of the jury.
A member of the team that prosecuted the Camden 29 reads from the lead prosecutor's closing statement at the trial.
Members of the Camden 28 thank historian Howard Zinn for his writing and his testimony at their 2002 reunion.
In their closing statements at the 2002 reunion, members of the Camden 2008 talk about making decisions according to higher laws.
An FBI agent and Father Michael Doyle offer contradictory accounts of the arrest of the Camden 28 at the draft board.
Two former friends, one of whom acted an informant for the FBI and betrayed the other, are reunited in an emotional scene.
A group of "Catholic Left" activists, including four Catholic priests and a Lutheran minister, are arrested when they protest the Vietnam War.
How far would you go to stop a war? The Camden 28 recalls a 1971 raid on a Camden, N.J., draft board office by "Catholic Left" activists protesting the Vietnam War and its effects on urban America.
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