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The Invisible War Documentary Film Screening Comments

The Invisible War is an Oscar-nominated, groundbreaking investigation into the epidemic of rape and sexual assault within the United States military.  The film centers around the stories and experiences of survivors of Military Sexual Trauma with the courage to come forward, tell their stories, and let us into their lives.  Every day, American service women and men, who have pledged their lives to protect our country, are being sexually assaulted.  These individuals are largely victimized by their fellow soldiers, commanders, and officers.  The intent of the film is not only to bring much needed attention to the experiences of these brave service members, but also to shed awareness of this devastating issue and to initiate change. 


Wednesday, May 1, 2013 at 7 p.m. - 9 p.m.

Hosted by Dr. Mitchell Schare and the Phobia and Trauma Clinic & Doctoral Program in Clinical PsychologyHauser Hall, Room 109

See the Clinical PhD Program website at: www.Hofstra.edu/ClinicalPsy

See the Phobia & Trauma Clinic at: www.Hofstra.edu/Phobia




Wednesday, May 01, 2013



Hauser Hall
Hauser Hall
Hofstra University
Hempstead, NY 11549


Dr. Mitchell Schare

Phone: 516-463-5662

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