What's on WYSO in October, 2018?

What's on WYSO
for October 2018

What's on WYSO is our way of sharing stories you may have missed, and letting you know what's coming up this month for WYSO.

New Series: Recovery Stories

WYSO Managing Editor Jess Mador brings conversations from Dayton’s opioid crisis with her new series Recovery Stories.  These first-person accounts from Daytonians personally affected by the epidemic bring stories of loss, love, hope and recovery.  "A Boy in A Man Costume: Two Generations Of Addiction And Recovery In Dayton" tells of a father's 14-year journey to recovery and his gratitude to the mentor who guided him there.

New Season of Veterans' Voices

Veterans' Voices is back, and will be running through mid-November.  Through our Community Voices partnership with Wright State University, Miami Valley veterans converse with one another about their various conflicts, experiences, and re-entry into civilian life.  Latest from Veterans' Voices:
 •Woman Veterans Pursue Military Career Paths Beyond Gendered Stereotypes
 •American And Russian-born Veterans Share Similarities, Differences in Military Experience


P.S. There is still time to donate to WYSO for a chance to win a pair of tickets to Hamilton, coming to Cincinnati's Aronoff Center in February.  Any donation earns an entry!

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