Ethan McCord, Truth Teller & War Resister

Speaking, Film Showings this Week in NYC 
Ethan McCord

Featured in a film premiering at the Tribeca Film Festival on April 24, Incident in New Baghdad, Ethan McCord enlisted in the US Navy in  response to 9/11.  Wanting to be closer to the action, he moved to the  Army, and in 2007, found himself in the middle of the ground war in Baghdad.

Ethan literally walked onto the scene filmed from an Apache helicopter just after 12 Iraqi civilians had been shot to death form 1.5 miles away.  He can be seen in the Wikileaks film Collateral Murder, released one year ago, rescuing two children who survived the attack.  Ethan's story of coming togrips with the Army's rules and the loss of civilian life brought him to say,"the thing I couldn't live without in Iraq was my own humanity." 

Thursday April 21 6:30 pm

Ethan will share his story in person, and via film.  Students especially invited.
Revolution Books 146 West 26th Street NYC 212 691 3345
Co-sponsored by World Can't Wait & Revolution Books

Appearing with James Spione, Director of Incident in New Baghdad, who will show an excerpt from the new film.

Saturday April 23 1:00 pm

Ethan at the Staten Island Museum  75 Stuyvesant Place, Staten Island (2 blocks from the ferry)

Screenings of "Incident in New Baghdad"

Premiere Sunday, April 24, 3:00PM       
AMC Loews Village    

Mon, Apr 25, 1:00PM       
AMC Loews Village  

Fri, Apr 29, 3:45PM       
Clearview Cinemas Chelsea 8   

Sun, May 01, 1:30PM       
Tribeca Cinemas Theater 1

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