The Moral Injury Public Listening Project, is an exploratory study and art installation intended to amplify the voices of military veterans, journalists and other witnesses of war so that they are not alone with their experiences – and so that we the public are not cut off from them. One of the hindrances to healing for those who were soldiers, journalists and humanitarian and human rights practitioners in the recent wars, is that they often suffer alone from their endured experiences. It is important that they share these with us, the public, no matter how troubling or morally challenging. We need to know as a country what goes on in war and they need focused listening and acknowledgement of what they have been through. We need a public space where we are able to share in their experiences and grow from them together.
For more information about this project, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org