A Path Appear(ed) at the Red River Theater
The documentary film ‘A Path Appears’ was shown at the Red River Theater in Concord last night. It was an incredible opportunity for the New Hampshire community to come together and learn about a topic that may be unexplored by many: human trafficking.
The New Hampshire Women’s Foundation was able to host Jasmine Marino, who is a survivor of human trafficking, after the film showing and the audience had the chance to hear about her experience first-hand and how this impacted her life. She even championed changing the law in New Hampshire to help prevent human trafficking in the state and we are grateful for her efforts.
You can see a Letter to the Editor from State Representative Suzanne Harvey in the Concord Monitor in this link here. This film and event fully follows the New Hampshire Women’s Foundation’s “Supporting Women and Girls at Risk” agenda item. Make sure you let us know what you think of the film!