Join PHIL DONAHUE
Monday, July 23rd in D.C.
Film Screening, Dialogue, Q&A
"Body of War”
Almost unbearably moving.”
- Time Magazine
pioneer Phil Donahue for a dialogue and Q&A following a screening of
his acclaimed documentary "Body of War” -- an intimate and transformational
feature film he co-directed about the true face of war today.
The film follows Tomas Young, 25 years old, paralyzed from a bullet to
his spine - wounded after serving in Iraq for less than a week. Body of
War is Tomas' coming home story as he evolves into a new person, coming
to terms with his disability and finding his own unique and passionate voice
against the war. Learn more at: www.bodyofwar.com.
"Impossible not to like... Remarkable”
- New York Times
Monday, July 23rd, 7:00 - 10:00 p.m.
Lutheran Church of Reformation
212 East Capitol Street, Washington D.C. 20003
$10 - $20 suggested donation; no one turned away for lack of funds.
REGISTER NOW: guarantee a seat at www.ThePeaceAlliance.org
Organized by: The Peace Alliance
Sponsored by: Alliance for Peacebuilding, Friends Committee on National Legislation, Peace x Peace
"A vivid powerful window into a wounded
- Entertainment Weekly
- Washington Post