Honored to be a part of The Moral Injury Project at 914 Works, at Syracuse University, in April 2015. An exhibition, conversation, and community gathering worthy of our mental space and mindful attention!
The Moral Injury Project at Syracuse University formed in Summer 2014 after a gathering of academics, administrators, researchers, religious scholars, veterans, professors, chaplains, and mental health providers addressed the question: What are we doing about moral injury among US military veterans?
The Moral Injury Project explores “the damage done to one’s conscience or moral compass when that person perpetrates, witnesses, or fails to prevent acts that transgress their own moral and ethical values or codes of conduct.”
The opening is April 17th, from 5 to 9, 914 East Genesse Street, Syracuse.
A big THANK YOU, to Karin Crighton and Alex Kafarakis for performing in “Eternal Flowers,” which will be available as audio as part of the exhibition.