MINOT, N.D. - The Human Family will wrap up their Human Rights Film Festival Tuesday in Minot.
It is the first time the festival has been to Minot.
It began at the beginning of the month, and has had screenings in Fargo and Bismarck.
The screenings will be shown at the Oak Park Theater at 7 p.m., followed by a panel discussion on human trafficking.
“At the conclusion of the film we are going to have a conversation with individuals from around the Minot Area who are dealing with human trafficking at the front line level. So, these individuals will comment on the film that they just saw with the audiences and then we'll also tell a little bit about the work their doing to combat human trafficking in the Minot area,” said Sean Coffman, executive director of the human family.
The festival will show two short films followed by a feature-length film.