Duty: War's Impact on Women Community Discussion Program
April 24, 2020 @ 3:30PM — April 25, 2020 @ 5:00PM Eastern Time (US & Canada)
This community discussion program invites the public to discuss thier experiences with war.
Discuss physical, emotional, mental, social and spiritual impacts of military service and war. The Legend of 1000 Combat Paper Cranes" is derived from the Japanese legend of 1000 origami cranes: whosoever folds 1000 cranes experiences answer to prayer.
Duty: War's Impact on Women Community Discussion Program explores topics of physical, emotional, mental, social and spiritual impacts of military service and war, & brings together diverse voices and opinions from women, men, families and communities through a series of public conversations. Improved understanding between civilians and veterans will improve our Sparks community. Facilitators will draw from two humanities resources, Shadow Shapes, Journal of a Wounded Woman, by Elizabeth Shepley-Sergeant and I Am Still Standing-From Captive US Soldier to Free Citizen, My Journey Home, by Shoshana Johnson.Open to all. Content suitable for mature audiences. Open to all; content suitable for mature audiences. You will receive a suggested reading list when you register for your free tickets.