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A film by Kathleen Laughlin
A film by Kathleen Laughlin

BATTEREDINMINNESOTA
decades  of  advocacy

A 60 minute documentary currently being completed. Co-produced by Kathleen Laughlin and Terri Berthiaume Hawthorne — A work that listens to women of the 70's who noticed, acted, and worked to establish justice for battered women in Minnesota.

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A film by Kathleen Laughlin

NOW COMPLETED!
THE CHILDREN REMEMBER: Life at the Minnesota State School for Dependent and Neglected Children, 1886-1945
60 minute DVD

"...it is impossible to forget the resident who said, 'You get your bed, your meals, but you never get an arm around you, or someone to tell you that they loved you.' Tragedy never seems far away from former state-schoolers who persevered in life without the support and backing of real parents and family."
  — Mary Ford - North American Council on Adoptable Children (NACAC)

Produced by the MN State Public School Orphanage Museum in Owatonna, MN; Harvey and Maxine Ronglien, advisors, Mike Maas, project director; Kathleen Laughlin, director and editor.

To purchase, call 507 444 4321 or visit www.orphanagemuseum.com

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