This year’s theme for Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month is Advancing Leaders Through Purpose-Driven Service. Beacon Press views their writers as leaders, charting the way to a better future with uncovered histories, cultural commentary, and more. Which is why, as AAPI Heritage Month wraps up, we’re putting the spotlight on the work of our Asian American writers. The following list of recommended reads—by no means exhaustive—honors their work and contributions to our society and American history at large.
As President Obama prepares to again increase the number of troops in Iraq, the lessons in “soul repair” developed by Drs. Rita Nakashima Brock and Gabriella Lettini may be more critical than ever.
The tragic killing of a former Navy seal should prompt a great examination of the spiritual damage of war.
The first book to explore the idea and effect of moral injury on veterans, their families, and their communities
Conversations about military and veteran suicides often miss a likely factor in the high numbers: moral injury.