PLEASE JOIN US at an important screening of our documentary film Veteran Children: When Parents Go To War
Sunday, November 3 at 2:00 pm at the Coolidge Corner Theatre, Brookline, MA.
The film is a half hour long and will be followed by a community discussion moderated by Alan Khazei, co-founder of CityYear.
Tickets are $10. All proceeds will be donated to Home Base Program, a Red Sox/MGH partnership which provides life-saving clinical care and support for the treatment of the invisible wounds of war to veterans and their families.
Panelists Susan Hackley, the film's producer, Martha Jackson, co-producer, and Jacque Francona, Family Outreach Coordinator at Home Base Program will share the stories of military families, examine the different costs of war, and explore ways that civilians and veterans can come together.
Veteran Children: When Parents Go To War film puts a spotlight on the impacts of war on America’s military families, especially children. Our nation has been at war for 18 years yet few people know that more than 2.7 million military children have a mother or father, or both, who has deployed to our post 9/11 wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, or Syria.
Go to: https://coolidge.org/films/veteran-children-when-parents-go-war