Minot Premire of “Home” Announced
Join the Human Family on Tuesday, June 18 at the Oak Park Theater for the Minot Screening of Chapter One of “Home.”
The screening is free and open to the public. Following the episode, a panel discussion moderated by Megan Laudenschlager, Executive Director of Strengthen ND. Megan will be joined by Louis ‘Mac’ McLeod, Executive Director of the Minot Area Homeless Coalition, and Mike Zimmer, Executive Director of the Minot Area Men’s Winter Refuge.
The Screening begins at 7:30.
“Home” is made possible by the Consensus Council, Bell Bank, and the Fargo Housing & Redevelopment Authority.
This screening is made possible by Humanities North Dakota, a nonprofit, independent state partner of the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions or recommendations expressed in the program do not necessarily reflect those of Humanities North Dakota or the National Endowment for the Humanities.
“Home.” is a 12-part limit-series documenting the homelessness crisis in North Dakota. The series examines causes of homelessness, and the individuals affected. The premiere of “Home.” explores the myths surrounding homelessness and the right to housing. The premiere also introduces some of the organizations working to combat homelessness in North Dakota. The rest of the series is scheduled to be released early in 2019.
The series aims to raise the visibility of what Louis McLeod, Executive Director of the Minot Area Homeless Coalition, calls the “invisible crisis” in North Dakota.
Trailer for “Home. The Homelessness Crisis in North Dakota”
“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.
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