The 5th Annual Women in Military History Week Event is hosted by Twin Towers United Methodist Church (TTUMC) to recognize, honor, and celebrate women’s military service throughout all eras. The ceremony serves to community awareness about the various, unique roles women are serving in our nation’s Armed Forces, and...Read More ››
SHOUT!: Art by Women Veterans was inspired by the notion that the arts encourage expression and healing. This ongoing initiative celebrates the service of the female veteran but recognizes that distinction is borne with issues specific to women. Our policies and concerns should reflect awareness to serve all veterans effectively and fairly.
Thanks to the artists and attendees who showed up for SHOUT! 2013 on May 8.
SHOUT! explores the intersections of art, community, health and healing as we address these issues.
The San Francisco VA Downtown Clinic is hosting Women’s Vet Connect to bring community partners together to provide services to women veterans. This event is aimed at women who’ve served in the military through offering a variety of services to help them. Attendees will be able to work with...Read More ››
NY Times – This month, Representative Chellie Pingree, Democrat of Maine, and Senator Jon Tester, Democrat of Montana, introduced a bill that would make it easier for veterans to receive benefits for disabilities linked to sexual assault in the military. The bill is named for Ruth Moore, a Navy veteran who...Read More ››
Army Times – A bill that would make it easier for veterans to prove mental health problems are linked to sexual assault while in the military will be introduced Wednesday, named for a Navy veteran who says her two rapes in 1987 by the same supervisor left her homeless...Read More ››