Safe Horizons Presents Sundance Film Winner, “The Invisible War”

invisible warThe KidSAKE Foundation is hosting Blue Water Safe Horizons’ screening of “The Invisible War,” 2pm till 5pm Saturday, April 12, 2014 at Art For Good, 331 Huron Ave. in downtown Port Huron.  The event is free.   Blue Water Safe Horizons is offering the screening as part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Winner of the Sundance Film Festival Audience Award and nominated for a best documentary Oscar, “The Invisible War” features interviews with veterans from multiple branches of the United States Armed Forces who recount the events surrounding their assaults.  Their stories show many common themes, such as the lack of recourse to an impartial justice system, reprisals against survivors instead of against perpetrators, the absence of adequate emotional and physical care for survivors, the unhindered advancement of perpetrators’ careers, and the forced expulsion of survivors from service.  For more information about Blue Water Safe Horizons or “The Invisible War,” contact Carlos Quiroga at Safe Horizons:  810-294-1449.  For information about KidSAKE or Art For Good, contact Jenny Rogers at KidSAKE: 810-937-5578.

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