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Combat on Many Fronts: Latino Veterans and Family

 

Combat on Many Fronts: Latino Veterans and Family

Run time: 38 min
Production Date: 2004

English version: Accompanying closed caption text file
Spanish version: Accompanying Spanish text file

Latino Veterans and FamilyThe purpose of this video series is to increase awareness of the cultural aspects of PTSD care for Latino American Veterans. PTSD does not discriminate. Latino Americans have served our country in the military and each Latino Veteran carries within his or her life experience, which may include discrimination or abuse, and this may compound PTSD. Our goal is to help Veterans and others understand the history and cultural issues of Latino Americans and how we can best serve these Veterans.

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Title of Section Run Time Windows Media Transcript - pdf
Combat on Many Fronts
(38:00) Video (213 kB) Part 1
Combat on Many Fronts - Spanish subtitles (38:00) Video (233 kB) not applicable

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