The American Nurses Association (ANA) screens of the documentary Dodging Bullets

The American Nurses Association (ANA) recently announced the screening of the documentary Dodging BulletsStories from Survivors of Historical Trauma to its management team. This documentary, which was directed by Indigenous and non-Indigenous filmmakers, explores the traumatic impacts of racism, poverty, displacement, and other forms of oppression.

The screening of the documentary is part of ANAs commitment to promoting social justice and addressing the health disparities that communities of color experience. This screening is especially important for ANAs management team, as it offers insight into the longterm impacts of trauma and how it affects individuals, families, and communities. The documentary follows several people of color as they share their experiences of trauma, and how they have been able to heal from it.

These stories are powerful and inspiring, and offer a glimpse into the resilience and strength of the human spirit. The documentary also features interviews with experts on trauma and its impacts, as well as a discussion of the importance of providing support and resources to those who are struggling with trauma. The screening of Dodging BulletsStories from Survivors of Historical Trauma is an important opportunity for ANAs management team to learn more about the effects of trauma and how to better support those who are experiencing it. By understanding the longterm impacts of trauma, the team can better advocate for policies and practices that help address the systemic racism and oppression that creates these disparities.

The American Nurses Association is committed to promoting health equity, and this screening offers a powerful and important opportunity to learn more about the impacts of trauma and how to best support those affected by it. This documentary is a powerful reminder of the need for continued advocacy and support, and the importance of eliminating disparities in health care access and outcomes.