I want to share with you a letter my family received during the height of Vietnam, the war you opposed, the war that gave you the nickname
Hanoi Jane. I was not one who liked the nickname, I had seen movies you were in. I idolized your father, wanted to be a soldier like the ones
he portrayed in Midway, In Harm’s Way, even in Yours, Mine, and…[Read more]
I admire your whole hearted efforts to push this country ( and world ) into the right direction. Words cannot express the admiration I feel looking up to such a strong woman as yourself. I would LOVE to join a Fire Drill Friday, and plan to when I have some downtime from the road ( musician ). I wonder if, through the efforts of those…[Read more]
Yesterday on ABC, with your arms raised in victory, you the last true star, Barbarella, Klute, On Golden Pond, the rest you finished the Academy Awards.
My friends mocked you, like they mock me since birth, and the mocking began a the height of the Vietnam War, in ’69 when my brother joined the Air Force. I didn’t I forgive you, I give you as a…[Read more]
Dear Jane I hope you see this as I’d like to tell you your wonderful activism has echoed all the way to Colombia, here it’s a little difficult to go out and protest since anyone considered a social leader gets killed but let me tell you that our youth (me included) do as much as we can as low key as possible to contribute to the environment, to…[Read more]
I applaud your activism, I hope it continues to increase awareness. I have one problem, though. If we all need to make sacrifices, why are you doing another 13 episodes of Grace and Frankie? The resources needed to film 13 half-hour eps must be enormous. Lighting, a/c, set construction. Crew, staff and actors traveling by car to the studio every…[Read more]