In collaboration with the Warren B. Rudman Center and New Future’s Children’s Behavioral Health Collaborative, NH Bar Foundation hosted a screening of the documentary “It’s Criminal” on November 13. This film highlights the economic and social inequities that divide the US and offers a vision of how separated communities can learn to speak to each other. Cast members included students from Dartmouth College and NH incarcerated women who delve into privilege, poverty, addiction, abuse and injustice. (photo below right to left) The evenings panelists included Producer Signe Taylor, Dartmouth College professors Pati Hernandez and Ivy Schweitzer and two cast members, Aimee and Charlotte. The audience was captivated by the panelists and was invited to ask questions. The making of “It’s Criminal” was funded in part by a NH Bar Foundation Justice Grant through the Charles W. Dean fund. For more information on the film or the project visit www.tellingmystory.org or www.itiscriminal.com.