DJD Foundation is proud to present Duty: War's Impact on Women to Northern Nevada at Elko! Registration is required. Refreshments + lunch on Saturday are provided for registranats. Please participate in this important community conversation and join the community art project, The Legend of 1000 Combat Paper Cranes!
Duty: War’s Impact on Women (DWIW) is a community discussion program focused on physical, emotional, mental, social and spiritual impacts of military service and war on women, men, families & communities. DWIW is based on literary resources: Shoshana Johnson's I’m Still Standing-From Captive US Soldier to Free Citizen-My Journey Home, and Elizabeth Shepley Sargent's Shadow Shapes, the Journal of a Wounded Woman.DJD Foundation will included an integration of art for each community discussion. DWIW is open to all; content suitable for mature audiences.
Tina Drakulich is a founding member of DJD Foundation.