Nov. 10 | Invisible Wounds | Evening with WKAR

Oct 31, 2016

FREE – Thu. Nov. 10 at 6 p.m. | Join the conversation at a free screening exploring issues faced by war veterans suffering from post traumatic stress disorder. | RESERVE SEATS HERE

You're invited to join the conversation at a free screening of the new documentary, Invisible Wounds. The film explores issues faced by war veterans suffering from post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and ways the community can help.

An Evening with WKAR featuring Invisible Wounds takes place Thursday, Nov. 10 at 6 p.m. in room 145 in the Communication Arts and Sciences Building on the campus of Michigan State.

Free with Reservation

This event is free, but registration is required. | RESERVE SEATS HERE

The evening begins with a screening of the 30-minute film and continues with conversation as film director Amol Pavangadkar and panelists discuss issues raised in the film.

This screening and conversation is a free presentation hosted by WKAR and sponsored by the Department of Media and Information, Media Sandbox and the College of Communication Arts and Sciences at Michigan State University.

Where

Evening with WKAR featuring Invisible Wounds takes place at the Communications Arts & Sciences Building, Room 145, 404 Wilson Road on the campus of Michigan State University. Parking is free (after 6 p.m.) in the Trowbridge Road parking ramp near the South, Main Lobby.

More About Invisible Wounds

Community can play a vital role in helping veterans deal with the invisible wounds of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Through interviews, reenactments and conversations with veterans, this documentary explores what PTSD is, what veterans are going through, and how communities can help.

Film Director and Co-Producer Amol Pavangadkar is the director of Sandbox Studios and a senior academic specialist with the Department of Media and Information in the College of Communication Arts and Sciences. Co-Producer David Stephens is the executive-in-residence with the School of Criminal Justice in the College of Social Science. Invisible Wounds was produced by the MSU College of Communication Arts and Sciences in cooperation with the Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency and the Michigan State Police.

On the Air

Invisible Wounds airs on Sunday, Nov. 20 at 1 p.m. and 11 p.m. on WKAR-HD 23.1.

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