“Vanquishing The Invisible”
An Independent Portrait Project  by James R Morrison and J Mara Morrison
Vanquishing The Invisible will be displayed at the California State Fair during
Military and Veteran Appreciation Day, July 18th continuing on July 19th in the Fair Arts Building 7
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By purchasing books you help our Women Veterans be recognized for their service and supported by their communities.
“What Does A Woman Veteran Look Like?" is an original series of portraits with accompanying stories by the women portrayed. The books focus on the unique perspective of our contemporary women veterans experience and achievements. When viewing the portraits, look for the symbols of their service and references to what is important in their lives today. Each portrait and story reveals their strength forged by military experience.
WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING

I am elated this important portrait project has continued, as James and Mara Morrison are introducing the world to ten more amazing Women Warriors! I invite you to take the time to enjoy these compelling portraits and read the stories about these strong and beautiful women.  

Melissa Washington, U.S. Navy Veteran, President, Women Veterans Alliance

For military women, invisibility is linked to everything from problems reintegrating when leaving the service to adverse health outcomes. Being seen means social support, access to community resources, and recognition for service. It is to this important cause that the Morrisons’ work contributes powerfully. "What Does a Woman Veteran Look Like?" is a powerful book meant to empower, inspire, and honor.  

Dr. Kate Hendricks Thomas, Professor of Public Health and Marine Corps Veteran

... honored to be among the fearless females who have made our military the best in the world. James and Mara Morrison have done an outstanding job at showcasing these little-known stories of dedication to our country. 

Col. Patsy Thompson, U. S. Air Force  (Retired)
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