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Upcoming: President Bush interviews on Portraits of Courage
In conjunction with the February 28 release of the Portraits of Courage: A Commander in Chief's Tribute to America's Warriors book and the March 2 opening of the exhibit at the Bush Center, President George W. Bush will be on television and in print discussing the inspiring warriors featured in the project.
President Bush will donate all of the profits from this project to the Bush Institute and its Military Service Initiative. The Bush Institute is focused on helping warriors find meaningful employment and overcoming the invisible wounds of war through the Warrior Wellness Alliance.
Along with interviews in Time, The Dallas Morning News, and People Magazine, set your DVR for the following television appearances:
Monday, February 27
TODAY Show on NBC
7:50 a.m. - 8:30 a.m. (All Time Zones)
The conversation will continue on Facebook Live starting at around 8:25 a.m. ET: facebook.com/georgewbush
The TODAY Show has also profiled several of the warriors President Bush painted. Watch the videos.
Monday, February 27 - Friday, March 3
Hannity on FOX News
10:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m. Eastern Time
A portion of President Bush's interview with Sean Hannity and three veterans will air each night, culminating in the full hour on Friday night.
Wednesday, March 1
Jimmy Kimmel Live! on ABC
11:35pm Eastern Time
Thursday, MARCH 2
(Find Your Local Airtime)
Sunday, March 5
Sunday TODAY with Willie Geist on NBC
8:00am Eastern Time
Virtual Reality May Make PTSD Treatment More Effective
New research and new technologies open the possibility of more effective, more affordable treatments for PTSD that can make a meaningful and lasting impact in the lives of veterans.
Mental Health Awareness Month
May marks Mental Health Awareness Month, an opportunity to raise awareness and reduce stigma, particularly for veterans and the invisible wounds of war. Members from the Bush Institute’s Warrior Wellness Alliance offered their perspectives throughout the month to discuss what they wish more civilians understood about veteran mental health, post-traumatic stress and traumatic brain injuries. They also discussed how everyone can help get more warriors the care they need. Check out their videos below.
How a Community in New Orleans is Helping Veterans Transition
Dylan Tête, Executive Director and Founder, Bastion Community of Resilience will receive the George W. Bush Institute Military Service Citation at the Bush Center's Forum on Leadership.