Film brings to light issues women face while serving in military

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A woman serving in Iraq or Afghanistan is more likely to be raped by a fellow service member than to be killed in the line of fire. It is just one of the many shocking revelations in the Oscar-nominated film “The Invisible War.” There’s a special screening this week. Anita Carpenter, with the Indiana Coalition against Sexual Assault, and Nancy Waltz-Stern, with the American Association of University Women, tell us all about it.

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