• 79 mins

Three special films: one focuses on the courageous lives of elders who came of age during the Great Depression and World War II; the second, about a POW who found a way to provide closure for families about their loved ones. Followed by how the League of Women Voters created a new generation of high school students into Forever Voters.

In this program

Elder Voices

Directed by David Goodman

Stories of Japanese-Americans, European Jews, Muslims and conscientious objectors, who came of age during the Depression and World War II and reside together in a Quaker retirement community in New Jersey. Directed by David Goodman. 48 mins. USA.

Johnson’s List + Interview with Jonathan Grupper

Directed by Jonathan Grupper

Wayne “Johnny” Johnson was one of the first Americans captured during the Korean War. Through the three harrowing years as a POW, he kept a secret list of every American solider who died in his camp. Years later, his list would provide closure for families desperate to learn the fate of their loved ones. A documentary with some dramatic recreations. Directed by Jonathan Grupper. 24 mins. USA.

Forever Voters + Interview with Sky Bergman

Directed by Sky Bergman

The League of Women Voters is stepping in to educate high school students to prepare them for voting, creating a new generation of forever voters. Directed by Sky Bergman. 7 mins. USA.

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May 24, 2021 8:00 am - May 31, 2021 11:55 pm

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