Combat Paper Nevada Workshops are held monthly and are free to local veterans and their close friends and family members. Register at Combat Paper Nevada
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.