The Disappearance of McKinley Nolan: A Screening and Panel Discussion
May 22, 2015
Just spreading the word about a free screening and discussion being presented by Smithsonian’s National African American Museum of History and Culture (NMAAHC). See below for additional information.
Private McKinley Nolan joined the U.S. Army forty years ago to fight for his country in the Vietnam War, and to travel the world. In 1967, he disappeared from the battlefields – his whereabouts unknown. Mysteriously, as late as 2006, a retired U.S. Army veteran who returned from the Vietnam battlefields where he once fought believed that he may have met the missing soldier. Spurred by this sighting, the documentary chronicles the journey of the Nolan family from their farming community in East Texas, to Vietnam, and finally to Cambodia fueled by their ongoing quest to learn what happened to their brother, husband, father, and friend. Continue reading