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Public Square Speakers Series

WSRE Public Square presents film screenings and personalities, who have achieved renown for their contributions to education, the arts, sciences or media, in the Jean & Paul Amos Performance Studio at Pensacola State College. Public Square events are open to the public. Admission is free!

Programs begin at 7pm ▪ Doors open at 6pm
WSRE Jean & Paul Amos Performance Studio
Open to the Public ▪ Free Admission

Directions: WSRE is located on the Pensacola State College campus (building 23) at 1000 College Blvd. in Pensacola. The station sits at the corner of 12th Ave. and College Blvd. Parking for the Amos Studio is located at the west end of the station, off College Blvd. near the PSC Hartsell Arena and pool.

WSRE Presents: 

Margot Carlson Delogne & Anthony Istrico

"The 2 Sides Project"

September 29, 2017

Margot Carlson Delogne lost her father in the Vietnam War. As she grew to adulthood, she began wondering about the children in Vietnam who also lost their parents. Her wondering led to an idea to promote healing.

The 2 Sides Project, a nonprofit, was created in March 2015 to connect sons and daughters who lost fathers on opposite sides of the Vietnam War and has led to a new feature documentary film.

The documentary follows the unforgettable journey of six Americans as they discover a country and a people with a shared history and common grief. In Vietnam, they met more than 20 Vietnamese sons and daughters who fathers died in the war.

Directed by Anthony Istrico, the film captures these powerful encounters along with emotional visits to the sites where their fathers had died some 50 years ago.

Carlson Delogne and Istrico will be part of a special Public Square Speakers Series presentation and screening of "The 2 Sides Project" documentary shown on the Jean & Paul Amos Performance Studio big screen.

They will be joined by Gold Star son Ron Reyes, one of the Americans featured in the film, who also appears in the 2016 WSRE documentary, “They Were Our Fathers.”

Admission is free. Reservations are requested.