"I Took Those Deaths Personally" - Ray Luc Levasseur On Vietnam, Prison, and Anti-Imperialist Resistance
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In this episode we interview Ray Luc Levasseur. During his time underground Levasseur was a purported member of the United Freedom Front, and the Sam Melville Jonathan Jackson Unit. Prior to that Levasseur organized in several above ground formations, including the Southern Student Organizing Committee (SSOC), Vietnam Veterans Against The War, and SCAR. We talk to Ray about his life, and the influence of his experience in Vietnam & prison on his development of anti-imperialist politics and commitments. 
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