Stanley Bronstein Interviews Sarah Blum


Sarah is a champion for justice and is working to heal the profound damage of Military Sexual Trauma (MST) that she says is rampant in the U.S. Military. She’s a decorated nurse Vietnam veteran who earned the Army Commendation Medal serving as an operating room nurse at the 12th Evacuation Hospital Cu Chi, Vietnam during the height of the fighting in 1967. She was awarded the Certificate of Achievement for exemplary service as head nurse of the orthopedic ward at Madigan Army Hospital in 1968, where she was also the assistant director of nursing on evening and night shift in 1970.  She received her Bachelor’s Degree, Summa Cum Laude, from Seattle University and her Master’s, Cum Laude, from U. W. and at age 74, Sarah is still a practicing nurse psychotherapist with over 29 years experience working with PTSD and trauma resolution.

She was a finalist in the Pacific Northwest Writer’s Association 2012 Writing Contest in Memoirs and her first Op Ed “Sexual Abuse in the Military Needs to be Brought to Light”, was published July 12, 2012 in The Seattle Times and her second,”Sex Crimes Continue to Plague the U.S. Military,” was published in Truthout  on January 15, 2013 and on February 24, 2014, “Our Military: Fighting to Keep its Culture of Abuse.” Was published in Truthout.


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Women Under Fire

Abuse In The Military