Tag Archives: America

The Last One (2019)

The Last One tells a story when a decorated United States Navy SEAL returns home from his last tour of duty with word that his wife went missing before he came back home… While at home he experienced a terrible accident and wakes up with the entire world population missing…. War didn’t break him but… Read More »

Episode 2: Mutual Helpfulness

In this episode of “To Strengthen a Nation,” Jeric and Lorna explore the American Legion’s legacy of support for veterans. The founders battled for better compensation for 100 percent combat-disabled veterans, the GI Bill of Rights, recognition of Agent Orange as the source of service-connected illnesses and the fight for fair and compassionate treatment for… Read More »

Round Table Discussions: Access Issues with Service Dogs

In October of 2018, DV Radio went live with our first Round Table Discussions. A new show that goes further in-depth with issues that plague the Veteran community. In this first episode it was all about access issues with Service Dogs. PTSDog a.k.a Joaquin Juatai, host of The Service Dog Show and author of PTSDog:… Read More »

Documentary: Battle at Home

Statistics suggest that until relatively recently the majority of soldiers in combat never fired their weapons. For most of us it is next to impossible to open fire on someone, so the military goes through great efforts to teach soldiers to become killers and to desensitize them. The products of these efforts are trigger-happy soldiers… Read More »

Lessondary: PTSD [Music Video]

Being black in America is traumatic to say the least and with therapy flat out inaccessible to most of us self-medication is more than a coping mechanism, it’s damn near an institution. Why else would every hood have a liquor store and church on every corner? The same reason that jail has replaced college in… Read More »

More Than a Bystander: Domestic Violence and Gun Control Prevention | Michelle San Pedro | TEDxUConn

The child of a domestic violence victim, Michelle San Pedro almost lost her mother to both domestic and gun violence. Fortunately, she sought further help from the authorities to prevent this from happening. In her talk, Michelle recounts the process she had to go through in order to keep her father from causing more damage… Read More »

Reimagining Mental Health Discourse Among African Americans | Shaun J. Fletcher, PhD | TEDxSJSU

Did you know that African Americans are 20% more likely to experience serious mental health problems than the general population, including serious depression, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and suicide? African Americans are also more likely to experience certain life circumstances that increase the risk for developing a mental health… Read More »

Latest US man held in solitary for 2 years without trial

A New Mexico man, who expects to suffer from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) for the rest of his life, was awarded $22 million last week after he was tossed in solitary confinement for two years and never given a trial, but he remembers very little of the ordeal, Raw Story reported. In August of… Read More »

The army doesn’t want to own up that many soldiers from Somali are suffering from PTSD It’s real

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A short war film – ‘Freedom of the Damned’

Official Selection at Manhattan Film Festival 2013. Written and directed by British born film maker, Nazim Uddin. A short story about post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) as a consequence of war. Sergeant Jacob is a soldier in the U.S. army and is serving his country in Iraq. He is ordered to carry out a mission… Read More »