Veterans Day – ‘Body of War’ Documentary on Sundance Channel, Winter Soldier Hearings

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On Veterans Day, Body of
War
, the documentary about IVAW member Tomas Young who was paralyzed by
a bullet to his spine after serving in Iraq for less than a week, will be shown
at 7pm ET on the Sundance
Channel
. There’s no better way to mark Veterans Day than by listening to
veterans, and watching this film is just one of many ways you can listen.

Body of War soundtrack on sale. All proceeds benefit IVAW.


Get the Album

Winter Soldier: Iraq & Afghanistan: Another way you can honor our veterans today is by listening to the Winter Soldier Hearings.

Winter Soldier: Iraq and Afghanistan featured testimony from U.S. veterans who served in those occupations, giving an accurate account of what is really happening day in and day out, on the ground. This four-day event brought together veterans from across the country to testify about their experiences in Iraq and Afghanistan – and present video and photographic evidence. In addition, panels of scholars, veterans, journalists, and other specialists gave context to the testimony. These panels covered everything from the history of the GI resistance movement to the fight for veterans’ health benefits and support. Learn more about these ongoing hearings and find links here.

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