Film highlighting female veterans to screen at Hangar 25

By: 
Roger Cline
Staff Writer

Gender equality in the military is a work in progress, but when female veterans return home, they’re often treated differently than their male counterparts. A new documentary is aiming to shed some light on that issue, and highlights a beauty pageant that recognizes the value of women who have served their country.
The film is called “Served Like a Girl,” and it will be screened May 24 at Hangar 25 Air Museum. The free screening, presented by Hangar 25 and Basin PBS, will be at 6:30 p.m. Although the screening is free to the public, those planning to attend are requested to RSVP at the website http://bit.ly/2JsUzF9.
Alyson Trevino, creative director at Basin PBS said the screening is part of a program called “Indie Lens Pop-up,” a series of independent films hosted Basin PBS.

For the full story, please see Wednesday's edition of the Herald.