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Streaming Friday, September 8, 2017. Broadcast Premiere Monday, September 18, 2017 at 7:30pm.
 
Additional Airdates

Tuesday, September 19 at 7:30pm, Sunday, September 24 at 11am & Sunday, October 1 at 10am

The Vietnam War is over, but the damage it left behind continues to encompass our nation - including the Capital Region. WMHT's 30-minute documentary, The Wounds We Feel at Home, shares stories from local residents who were affected by The Vietnam War. A Gold Star mother, a trauma surgeon, and a homefront psychotherapist treating PTSD tell their stories and search for healing in the aftermath of this terrible conflict.

 

 

The Wounds We Feel at Home | Free Preview Screening

Join us for our free preview screening of WMHT's documentary, The Wounds We Feel at Home Tuesday, September 12, 2017, from 6-8pm.

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Panel discussion to follow the preview screening. 

Panel Discussion Moderated By:
Ed Murphy*, Executive Director, Workforce Development Institute

Panelists Include: 
Matthew Rogowicz, WMHT Content/Engagement Producer

Edward Tick, PhD, Soldier’s Heart Executive Director

Roy J. McDonald*, Former Member of the New York State Senate

Gus Kappler, MD*, Retired Surgeon, Cornell University
*Vietnam War Veterans

Panel discussion will be livestreamed below and on Facebook.
The complete documentary, The Wounds We Feel at Home, will be streaming online beginning Friday, September 8.

After the documentary and discussion, you are invited to share your Vietnam War era experience as part of our collective storytelling project Vietnam: In a Word: wmht.org/VietnamInAWordWe welcome you to bring photos, letters, or any memorabilia to share. 

The Wounds We Feel at Home | Free Preview Screening

The Wounds We Feel at Home | Free Preview Screening

Join us for our free preview screening of WMHT's documentary, The Wounds We Feel at Home Tuesday, September 12, 2017, from 6-8pm.

Son of the Cold War

Son of the Cold War

A Personal History by Jean-Marie J. Crocker.

THE VIETNAM WAR Free Preview Screenings

THE VIETNAM WAR Free Preview Screenings

Join us for one of our free preview screenings and discussions of Ken Burns' and Lynn Novick's THE VIETNAM WAR.

Vietnam: In a Word

Vietnam: In a Word

Share your Vietnam experience as part of a regional storytelling project around THE VIETNAM WAR.