- Thursday, September 27, 2012
- 7:00 PM–11:00 PM
- Devos Study/Lounge Area
Join us for a public screening of the award-winning new documentary The Invisible War. Hailed as a groundbreaking investigation into what Newsweek has called "the most underreported crime in America," the documentary reveals the epidemic of rape within the U.S. military and exposes the humiliating choice many service members are forced to make between speaking up and serving their country. Nonpartisan and fair minded, The Invisible War exposes these devastating crimes and calls for long overdue political and cultural change. (US Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta viewed the film in April and almost immediately announced policy changes regarding the handling of cases of military rape). All are invited to the screening, which will be followed by an informal discussion (with refreshments) in the Bytwerk Theater lobby. Sponsored by Calvin Gender Studies, Department of Political Science, and SAPT.
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