The students worked with a small group of African-American Vietnam veterans from rural, eastern North Carolina and explored how shared personal experience, the bonds of brotherhood, and the healing power of storytelling allowed these vets to break their years of silence. The students produced a transmedia project that examines the theme of silence through aural, visual and graphic representations of place and intimate personal profiles that capture the mental and physical costs of war.
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