AUBURN – V-Day Auburn will present the documentary “Until the Violence Stops” at 1 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 3, followed by a panel discussion on stamping out violence.

Moderated by Charlotte Lehmann of V-Day Auburn, the panel will include Jen Hodsdon, program coordinator for Maine Speakout Project; Darlene Huntress, public policy director for EqualityMaine; Cara Gaumont, education outreach specialist for the Center for the Prevention of Hate Violence, and Lyn Benak, a forensic nurse at Central Maine Medical Center.

Pat Phillips, panel coordinator, said the discussion will focus on ending violence against women and girls, the mission of the worldwide V-Day movement, as well as progress made and possible solutions.

“Until the Violence Stops” will be shown at the First Universalist Church of Auburn. Tickets are $2, with proceeds benefiting the church and 10 percent going to support Women of New Orleans. The church is at 169 Pleasant St.

For more information, call 783-0461.


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