Monday on Lake Effect: ‘Aftershock’ Book, Afghanistan Troop Withdrawal, Quarantine Mental Health
Monday on Lake Effect:
We speak with the co-authors of a book that examines the last year of World War II through the eyes of soldier photographers. Then, a veteran who served three tours in Afghanistan talks about why he believes the U.S. military should withdraw troops. Plus, we look at how therapists are helping others cope with the pandemic while managing it themselves.
- Richard Cahan and Mark Jacob, co-authors, of Aftershock: The Human Toll of War
- Sam Rogers, coalitions director of Concerned Veterans for America in Wisconsin
- Christine Finnerty, mental health therapist