Ron Mitchell’s newly released “The Prayer of 9/11” is an engaging reflection on the traumatic events of 9/11 and how faith carried man forward

“The Prayer of 9/11” from Christian Faith Publishing author Ron Mitchell is an inspiring and emotional devotional work that examines the aftereffects of 9/11.

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‘Mass’ Examines The Traumatic Aftermath Of School Shootings

Actors Ann Dowd and Reed Birney appear in the new film ‘Mass’, which looks at the epidemic of school mass shootings by focusing on two sets of parents meeting for the first time years after a tragedy.

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Afghan evacuees narrate traumatic stories of escaping Taliban

Afghans who were evacuated to Italy narrate traumatic stories of how they escaped Taliban search patrols and went to terrifying efforts to reach the airport in Kabul. They remain anonymous to protect their identities.

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Post-pandemic traumatic stress could last for years, mental health experts say

Life may be returning to normal for many Americans, but some are still dealing with the lingering mental and physical effects of the pandemic. Recent traumatic events like the death of George Floyd and the attack on the Capitol are also contributing to post-traumatic stress disorders. Tamar Rodney is an assistant professor at Johns Hopkins University School of Nursing. She joined CBSN’s Elaine Quijano to discuss.

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Witness Of George Floyd’s Death Speaks Out About Traumatic Experience

NBC News’ Janelle Griffith spoke to Donald Williams II, a mixed martial arts fighter who witnessed George Floyd’s death at the hands of former officer Derek Chauvin, about the lingering trauma he experiences a year later and seeking professional help. 

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Don Lemon: The Chauvin Trial Is ‘Deeply Traumatic, Emotional, We Are Reliving It Over And Over’

In his new book “This Is the Fire: What I Say to My Friends About Racism,” Don Lemon writes about George Floyd’s death in deeply personal terms. On the Chauvin Trial, Lemon says “It has been deeply emotional, it’s traumatic, and I think we all are reliving it over and over and over every time we see that video. The video’s the reason we’re here as a nation." Aired on 04/10/2021.
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