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If You Really KNEW Me 


Price: Free to view.
Coinciding with the culmination of January as Human Trafficking Awareness Month is the debut of an emotionally charged and empowering exhibition at the Spokane Public Library’s downtown branch. The collaborative, social justice art project “If You Really KNEW Me” features interactive photography and video telling the stories of local women who have survived unimaginable abuse and oppression of human trafficking. The exhibit, sponsored by multiple community arts and social justice organizations, is on display through the end of February, and can be viewed during regular library hours. During an opening reception, community members can meet project artists, who say: “We hope these images and stories raise awareness, engagement, and political will, so all those still in risk may find safety and freedom.”

Tue, Jan. 30 from 6-8:30 pm • Free • Spokane Public Library • 906 W. Main • bit.ly/2DYMG8z
— Chey Scott

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