The purpose of this show is to bring attention to the issues facing veterans as we transition from military service to the civilian sector.
MAJ Tracy Riley (US Army Reserve Ret) is a 24 year disabled Army Veteran working to open the only disabled veteran and female owned supper club in The French Quarter of New Orleans. MAJ Riley (retired) obtained the 16,500 sq ft building and began work to open The Rouge House in June 2013. The Rouge House is designed to be the premiere platform for independent artists of the Southern U.S. boasting a state of the art recording studio, film production studio and an internet radio station.
"My daughter Kenna J. Moore, filmaker and owner of Ghost of Elysian Films, says "Art heals life." "I believe art helps to heal our hurt. Through their love and work in the arts, I want to help our injured Veterans and independent artists develop their artistic gifts and create a life for themselves based on their passion."
MAJ Tracy Riley (US Army Reserve Retired)
Upon retirement in January 2014, MAJ Riley (ret) hung up her uniform but was surprisingly forced to "suit up" mentaly to fight for her right to open her dream business. She will share her story and she invites you to share yours. MAJ Riley (ret) also discusses her journey of receiving treatment using the complex VA system. Join the discussion Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. We want to hear from you.
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