The Committee of Responsibility, a national organization of physicians and clergy, showed a film about civilian casualties in Vietnam to 400 people in the Harvard Square Theatre last weekend.
The film, entitled "The Survivors," described the conditions in South Vietnam's 46 provincial hospitals.
The Committee's major aim is to alleviate suffering among children in Vietnam. It solicited funds and volunteers at the showings on Saturday and Sunday.
The Committee is also rallying support for Senator Edward M. Kennedy '54 (D-Mass.) in his efforts to boost medical aid to Vietnam.
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