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Center for Women Veterans (CWV)

 

Challenging Preconceived Notions of Women Veterans

I Served PSA

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#ShesBadass 30 sec PSA

Women service members – the fastest growing group within the military and veteran populations – have served in a variety of roles throughout our nation’s history.  But their service is often overlooked when they leave the military and return home.  By highlighting their service and their stories we work to ensure that they are not erased from our history and do not become invisible.  #ShesBadass highlights the work they’ve done in the military, overseas, and what they’re doing in communities across the country.

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She Wore These:  It’s Our Job to Give Her the Best Care Anywhere

This public service announcement (PSA) challenges viewers to rethink preconceived notions about women Veterans.  This video was made in support of VA’s ongoing efforts to change its culture to be more understanding and accommodating of women Veterans and the important service they have given our country.

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I Am A Veteran PSA Campaign

The purpose of this campaign is to advance the conversation of how female Veterans are seen in our military circles and especially, by the general public.  All too frequently, a female Veteran is initially dismissed as the wife or daughter of the “actual” Veteran, and we aim to help change that societally-ingrained misassociation.  The Veterans featured in the PSAs talk about what a Veteran looks like, what it means to be a Veteran, and some of their crazy personal experiences with the general public’s reaction to the discovery of their Veteran status — just to name a few.

View on YouTube » External link to a non-government website

View on YouTube » External link to a non-government website

View on YouTube » External link to a non-government website

View on YouTube » External link to a non-government website

View on YouTube » External link to a non-government website

View on YouTube » External link to a non-government website

View on YouTube » External link to a non-government website