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Veterans Need More Than Applause

Seattle Times columnist Nicole Brodeur recently wrote a great article on the need for civilians and the American government to connect with returning soldiers in a more meaningful way. Brodeur interviewed Sam Barrett, 30, an U.S. Army Airborne Ranger who did three tours in Iraq and one in Afghanistan. Barrett explains that the appreciative applause he and other veterans sometime receive is just not enough.

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New Resources and Opportunities for Young Veterans in Arizona

The state of Arizona recently announced two major efforts to help improve life for veterans. ASU will open a new veterans services center and Governor Jan Brewer has signed a bill into law to that will provide in-state tuition for veterans to any state university.

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Veteran Civilian Dialogue at Intersections International

An interview with Scott Thompson, founder of Veteran Civilian Dialogue – an moving evening of expression through talk, song and theater.

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Veteran Civilian Dialogue gets the attention of The NY Times

Intersections International, a social justice non-profit organization, organizes the Veteran Civilian Dialogue Project, that brings Veterans and lay people together to share their respective experience and understanding of war. The New York Times covered the last event, which was their largest to date. Read the article here.

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