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AN EXHIBITION BY RAFAEL CÓLON TO BENEFIT THOSE BATTLING PTSD IN THE MILITARY

September is National Suicide Awareness & Prevention Month.

Every hour, one of our Veterans commits suicide. Although suicide affects Americans across all age brackets, demographics, genders and races, our Veterans are experiencing it at an alarming rate that continues to climb year in and year out.

Since 2001, more than 3,000 active duty military men and women have ended their own lives. More than 20 Veterans commit suicide each day. And the latest research says that suicide -- not homelessness, unemployment or the other struggles facing our returning military personnel -- is the issue that weighs most heavily on the minds of our Veterans.

Rafael Colon: http://www.brolicdesigns.com/

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