NORTH DAKOTA HUMAN RIGHTS FILM AND ARTS FESTIVAL

NDSU Raises Awareness for Human Trafficking in the F-M Area

The Red Sand Project has people filling in cracks on sidewalks and roads with red sand to start the conversation about modern-day slavery

FARGO, N.D. –┬áStudents at NDSU are using The Red Sand Project to raise awareness for human trafficking in the F-M area. This international movement has people filling in cracks on sidewalks and roads with red sand to start the conversation about modern-day slavery. NDSU’s Red Sand Project is welcoming everyone to join them in filling empty cracks with red sand…

North Dakota Human Rights Film and Arts Festival Spotlights Local Artists Pushing for Positive Change

Try to put yourself in someone else's shoes

FARGO, ND — The first North Dakota Human Rights Film and Arts Festival is happening in Fargo. Local artists have the chance to express their opinions, struggles and experiences in a creative platform. Trying to put yourself in someone else’s shoes is sometimes easier said than done. “People see what it’s like for people like us,” said Joe Larson, who…