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As part of the Cal Humanities’ statewide initiative War Comes Home, The County Library will be hosting a series of programs focusing on the veteran experience. Join us as we explore through book discussions, film, and other activities the veteran experience. The programs will highlight Vietnam veteran and Rhodes Scholar Karl Marlantes’ book “What It is Like to Go to War”. Free copies of the book are available at the programs.

Featured Event

Cal Humanities Presents: Author Tour: Karl Marlantes in Discussion with Mary Menzel. No RSVP required. What It Is Like to Go to War

Sunday, November 16 at 4pm
Marker De Neve Plaza Auditorium on the campus of UCLA
Los Angeles, CA 90024

For more information about this event, please contact:

Emily Ives, Coordinator
UCLA Veterans Resource Office
eives@saonet.ucla.edu

Events

Veterans Film Series
Florence Library, Sat, Nov 29, 2:00 PM

Join us Saturdays at 2:00 PM in September, October, and November at Florence Library for weekly screenings of classic and contemporary films about veterans and war.

Funding generously provided through a California Reads grant.

Veterans Film Series
Graham Library, Sat, Nov 29, 2:00 PM

Join us Saturdays at 2:00 PM in September, October, and November at Graham Library for weekly screenings of classic and contemporary films about veterans and war.

Funding generously provided through a California Reads grant.

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Featured Book

book jacket

Discussion Guide

About the Author

Author Karl Marlantes

Karl Marlantes, best-selling author and Vietnam veteran

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California Reads programs are made possible with support from Cal Humanities in partnership with California Center for the Book.