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And So I Stayed is an award-winning documentary about survivors of abuse who are fighting for their lives and spending years behind bars. It is a moving portrait of Kim, Tanisha, and Nikki, three survivors whose strikingly similar stories are separated by over 30 years. None of them were believed, and each of them was criminalized for fighting back.
And So I Stayed is made for and by survivors. For them/us to feel heard, seen, and believed.
Join Safe Harbor and local community partners and supporters for a screening of And So I Stayed, and a follow-up reflection guided by Safe Harbor staff.