Fargo library to show homelessness documentary April 24
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FARGO — The Fargo Public Library will host a screening of the first chapter of the documentary titled, “Home. The Homelessness Crisis in North Dakota,” at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 24, at the downtown location, 102 3rd St. N.
More than 60 people were on hand at the Fargo Public Library, Wednesday evening, April 24, to watch episode one, which ran roughly 45 minutes.
The library partnered with the Human Family, a local nonprofit promoting human rights and social justice through art and film, to show the documentary.
The documentary examines the myths of homelessness and its causes and identifies the statewide organizations and individuals engaged in the fight to end homelessness in North Dakota.
Trailer for the documentary series “Home.”
The screening will be approximately 45 minutes long and followed by a panel discussion.
This event free and open to the public. Free popcorn will be served.
Children ages nine and younger must be accompanied by an adult. For more information, call the library information desk at 701-241-1492. For a list of upcoming events, visit
“Home.” is produced by The Human Family, a North Dakota non-profit dedicated to promoting human rights and social justice through film and art. For more information about “Home.” or The Human Family, visit www.human-family.org.