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BSC to host screening of “We Ride for Her” documentary

Published: Apr 09 2024
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Bismarck State College (BSC), in collaboration with Bringing Humanities to Life and Humanities ND, will host a screening of the documentary "We Ride for Her" as part of its ArtsQuest programming. The event will take place on Sunday, April 21, at 2 p.m. in the BSC National Energy Center of Excellence, Bavendick Stateroom, 1200 Schafer St., Bismarck.

"We Ride for Her" is a documentary short film that brings attention to the pressing issue of missing and murdered Indigenous women and relatives. Through powerful storytelling and firsthand accounts, the film sheds light on this epidemic and calls for action and justice.

A panel discussion featuring individuals who have dedicated themselves to addressing this critical issue will follow the documentary. The conversation will provide attendees with valuable insights and perspectives on how to combat the crisis of missing and murdered Indigenous women and relatives.

"We Ride for Her" has received critical acclaim for its powerful storytelling and its contribution to raising awareness. To learn more about the documentary, visit

This ArtsQuest event is free and open to the public. To secure a spot, please sign up at

Each year, the BSC Fine Arts and Humanities Department and the Language, Literature, and Mass Communication Department collaborate with other groups across campus to present ArtsQuest at BSC, an extended month-long campus celebration of music, art, theater, literature, and film. ArtsQuest highlights the talent of BSC students and brings performances and presentations by guest artists to campus. Throughout the event, attendees have the opportunity to immerse themselves in a wide range of artistic expressions, from captivating performances to thought-provoking presentations. Unless otherwise noted, all events in this enriching cultural experience are free and open to the public. For a complete listing of events, event descriptions and details, visit

For more information about this event or other ArtsQuest offerings, contact (701) 224-2562 or email