Screening for House Veterans Affairs’ Committee
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM on Nov. 19, 2015
in the Cannon House Office Bldg, Room 334.
Please attend. Open to the public
Navajo warriors have served proudly and bravely, from the Code talkers in WWII, to the rangers in Viet Nam, to the many who served in Iraq and Afghanistan. Their dedication and courage in battle does not protect them from Post Traumatic Stress when they return home. Strong women, traditional healing combined with western therapy has brought many back to a new normal.
NOVEMBER 2015 Warriors Return will be carried by World Channel on NOVEMBER 9th at 8pm. Check your local schedule for channel #
November 2014: warriorsreturnthefilm.com.
COMMENTS FROM CHINLE, AZ AFTER NOV 6 AIRDATE:
Very moving and touching.
Is the leak in the ceiling of your mom’s house still there? (Yes. The whole top roof has to be replaced. No funds to accomplish that. VA is very aware of it and no one seems to really want to deal with it.)
Love the scenery.
Cannot believe it’s being televised throughout the country. How did a professor, Director, from NYU find you?
Can other Native tribes get involve in documentary similar to this?
Special attention on our young men/women veterans needs to happen soon before something bad happens to them.
Vets don’t need money; they need professional psychological help.
Can the documentary be purchased?
More focus needs to be on young war vets from Iraq and Afghanistan conflict.