Dud Hendrick

Dud Hendrick is a member of Veterans for Peace.  He has traveled widely to meet with and to speak about the victims of U.S. foreign policy.  He resides on Deer Isle, Maine and can be emailed at dudhe [at] myfairpoint.net

Articles by this author

The Peace Flag Honor Guard marches down Main Street in Auburn, WA in 2013. (Photo by Cliff Wells / Veterans for Peace) Views
Monday, May 26, 2014 - 7:15am
Memorial Day: Despair and Resilience
Memorial Day is difficult for me as it is for all veterans. My annual seasonal despair is, of course, directly related to the lost lives commemorated here and to the unrelenting militarism of our country, the celebration of which is particularly pronounced on this day and the upcoming Fourth of...
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Tuesday, February 18, 2014 - 9:03am
On Peace and Despair: A Veteran’s Musings While Vigiling
As a proud member of Veterans for Peace, I am opposed to all war. At times accused of naivety, we argue that our commitment to peace is no more naïve than the notion that war will bring peace.
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Monday, November 12, 2012 - 1:40pm
Reflections of an Anti-War Veteran
The following remarks were made on the occasion of the removal for winter of flags commemorating lives lost in Iraq and Afghanistan at the Iraq War Dead Memorial in Blue Hill, Maine on Saturday, November 10th, 2012:
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