Thursday, April 4 at 6:00 P.M., Culture Project, New York, NY.
Please join TV pioneer Phil Donahue for a screening and discussion of his and Ellen Spiro’s highly acclaimed film, Body of War. Body of War is a documentary film about “the true face of war today” and follows the homecoming story of 25-year-old Tomas Young after being shot and paralyzed while serving in Iraq for less than a week. After arriving home, the film follows the journey of Tomas “coming to terms with his disability and finding his own unique and passionate voice against the war.”
Phil Donahue will speak on the questions of where we are as a people and how our mainstream media has served citizens of the United States over the past ten years. The event is part of the Doc & Discourse series, produced by Hudson Torch Media.
What: Body of War film screening and discussion with Phil Donahue
Where: Culture Project, New York, NY
When: Thursday, April 4th at 6:00 p.m.
RSVP: Please view and share the Facebook invitation. Please note this film screening and discussion is FREE and open to the public.
Co-sponsored by: Center for Constitutional Rights, Bertha Social Justice Institute at CCR, Culture Project Blueprint for Accountability Series, and the Right to Heal Initiative.
View the event poster at this link.