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Also available for $19.95, BRATS RAW. It is a series of uncut interviews from the original movie, "BRATS: OJH." They had so much wonderful footage, full of poignant and provocative moments, it seemed a shame to waste it. Every time the original documentary was screened, the audience said they wanted more - so here it is - the first segment of BRATS RAW!
You can purchase the videos at the BRATS Store.
If your community group, alumni organization, or educational institution would like to organize a screening and/or public appearance, please drop them a line.
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Podcasting for Military
The Military Brats Registry began podcasting in August of 2005. Currently there are 17. If you have iTunes you can subscribe for free by searching for Military Brats in the podcast directory. Or, you can go to the Registry News/Podcasts page of the Military Brats Registry.
If you would like to tell your story to thousands of Military Brats please send them email. Give them a brief description of your story along with your telephone number and the best days and times to call so they can interview you by telephone.
Podcast 17: Gene Connor, www.connorsarmy.org.
You can order a copy of this great film on the Brats:Our Journey Home Web site. For only $24.95 you can own your own copy. Shipping and handling is $5.00. If your order two copies, or more, shipping and handling is free!
Donna can always use help. She has set up many ways to donate, including in kind donations or financial contributions which are tax deductible, 501(c)(3) nonprofit production company founded in 1999.
This excellent feature-length documentary "about a hidden American subculture" is a movie every brat needs to see "Thank you for giving us a voice," states Jill Boldway 70 and quoted in a "Brats" promotion. Using archival film sources, home movie footage, and provocative first-person interviews, including General H. Norman Schwarzkopf, author Mary Edwards Wertsch, psychotherapist Stephanie Donaldson-Pressman, and West Point sociologist Dr. Morten Ender, BRATS tells the story of children raised under a very unique set of circumstances.
Listen to her Podcast on Military Brats.
View the Ankara alumni private screening.