Speakeasy Storycast #39: Dan Sullivan – Before God and Country
Posted October 12th, 2012 by Amy Saidman
Dan Sullivan tells Before God and Country
In honor of National Coming Out Day (which was yesterday, Oct 11), this week’s podcast features Dan Sullivan with a story he first performed as part of Don’t Ask, Do Tell: Stories about Coming Out, Coming Clean, and Just Plain Coming during Capital Pride Week 2011. To hear this episode and others, subscribe to the Speakeasy Storycast thru iTunes or use http://speakeasystorycast.com/rss.
We love Dan. He is a skilled and heartfelt storyteller who works his craft with integrity. By day, he is working to run The Sergeant Sullivan Center — a nonprofit named in memory his brother and dedicated to improving health outcomes for veterans with emerging post deployment health concerns. To support the organization and the important work they are doing, you are invited to attend their Annual Event on November 10 at Memorial Hall at the Ceremonial Gate of Arlington Cemetery. The Event raises funds for research and honors heroes and those fallen in post-deployment health crisis. Tickets are $125, available at www.sgtsullivancenter.org
USA Today covers the issue in this piece War might be making young bodies old.
Watch the story Dan told about his brother at SpeakeasyDC in August 2012.
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