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Written by Wisconsin Senate Democrats   
Friday, 21 April 2017 13:24

veterans_army_medicHaving a discussion about moral injury and how we treat PTSD in veterans can only improve our policy decisions.


Madison – Almost Sunrise, a feature length documentary film featuring two Wisconsin Veterans from Milwaukee, will be screened in the Wisconsin State Capitol Monday, April 24th at 2pm in room 411 South.

jon-erpenbachFollowing the screening Anthony Anderson, featured in the film, will discuss the movie and answer questions. Invited are members of the Legislature, Legislative Service agencies, staff, media, local veterans and the public.

“Our veteran communities deserve every opportunity to succeed and a fair Legislature examines how we can get there. I am honored to be able to host a screening of this important film. As we look for more creative ways to support veterans in our communities, the work of this film and the Veterans Trek helps us explore what works. Having a discussion about moral injury and how we treat PTSD in veterans can only improve our policy decisions,” said Senator Jon Erpenbach (D-Middleton).

Almost Sunrise website: http://sunrisedocumentary.com/

Almost Sunrise - Trailer - POV 2017 | PBS

Wisconsin State Capitol Screening of Almost Sunrise

2pm, Monday April 24th, Room 411 South

Open to the public

The Almost Sunrise website offers visitors and veterans to learn about moral injury, promote wellness, connect with communities, and to help change legislation.

 

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