In this program we present two films, Bamidbar and Made Like A Gun, that focus on Israeli veterans coping with post traumatic stress. Often hidden behind stoic veneers, both of these films expose the emotional and moral consequences of combat.
TICKETS WILL BE AVAILABLE AT THE NICKELODEON AT 2:30pm
Doug Rawlings is an activist, poet and Vietnam veteran. In 1985, in response to America’s increasing military intervention in global conflicts, he co-founded Veterans for Peace (VFP). The organization now has over 120 chapters around the globe working, dedicated to building a culture of peace, exposing the true costs of war, and healing the wounds of war.
David Faigin, Ph.D.
David is a licensed psychologist who works with veterans and their family in avenues of recovery and reintegration focused on post-traumatic stress, finding valued roles and meaning after service, and ways artistic activities can promote wellness and connections.
Nora Hoesing, RN, BSN
Nora is a Certified Emergency Nurse at the Togus VA; she is an Iraq combat veteran and continues to advocate and care for veterans on a daily basis.
1 Temple Street,
Portland, Portland, ME
Sunday, March 19, 3:00pm
17 minutes, 55 minutes