The Human Family partners with High Plains Fair Housing Center to screen the documentaryJim Crow of the North at The Fargo Theatre.
The Grand Forks screenings of the 2021 North Dakota Human Rights Film Festival have been postponed due to weather.
Filmmaker Shannon Kring and rights activist Phyllis Youg will participate in Q&A following the film FARGO, N.D. (Friday, October 29, 2021) – The 2021 North Dakota Human Rights Film Festival & Summit opens Tuesday, November 2 with afternoon and evening film...
Thank you to everyone who participated in our record-breaking year for the 2021 North Dakota Human Rights Film Festival. We engaged with more people, screened in more cities, and had more community conversations than in all of our five-year history. Thank you so much for your support.
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In-Person Screenings & Community Discussions
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