YONKERS, NY — August 18, 2013 — The continuing outrage of Military Sexual Trauma is viscerally, yet poignantly expressed in the film, "Justice Denied". The inspiration and underpinning of the film is a tribute to the men and women who underwent physical and mental violation yet found the strength to give voice to a continuing tragedy that last year caused 26,000 military personnel to suffer the aberrant behavior of fellow enlisted personnel. "Justice Denied", is infused with the pain and outcry suffered by one of the 26,000, one Michael Matthews, who eclipsed the horror to become the inspiration behind the film; his wife Geri Lynn Weinstein Matthews, co-producer of the film,; and Michael Miller, co-director of the film. The film brings many voices, each giving a unique expression to the tragedy they endured. Each voice imprints reality among those who would deny its taking place among our armed forces and the public. This special two-hour program reveals the issue, its implication, and its ramifications on a personal level and on a grander scale. Mondays will be set aside to this grave concern for the safety of the people we love: mothers, fathers, daughters, and sons.
Share your perspective by calling the show at 347-205-9201 during the "live" broadcast, or listen on demand by way of the following hyperlink:
Those participating in the show may direct email to the editor: eHezi@hush.com
Yonkers incumbent City Councilman Dennis Shepherd is our guest on Tuesday, August 20th; Yonkers incumbent City Council Majority Leader Wilson Terrero and Westchester County Legislator candidate Jose Roman are our guests on Wednesday, August 21st; Nerissa Pena, candidate for Westchester County Legislator is our guest Thursday, August 22nd; and an elected official, not running for office is expected to attend the microphone in the opening hour, and Yonkers City Council candidate Brandon Neider will close the last hour of the week on Friday, August 23rd.