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  1. Susie's Hope (2013) - IMDb

    May 01, 2014 · A survivor of a pit bull attack, Donna Lawrence, adopts a pit bull-mix puppy, Susie, that has been beaten, set on fire, and left for dead. Together, they lead a historic effort to seek justice and protection for all animals.

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    Susie's Hope (936) IMDb 7.4 1h 44min 2020 7+ Based on a true story, Susie's Hope portrays the inspirational relationship between a pit bull attack survivor and an abused pit bull-mix puppy as they learn to heal and forgive together.

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    Nov 10, 2015 · FILM - Susie's Hope SUSIE'S HOPE - THE MOTION PICTURE An extraordinary story based on true events, Susie’s Hope follows a family who triumphs over tragedy and changes lives in their community. A survivor of a horrific pit bull attack, Donna Lawrence, adopts a pit bull-mix puppy, Susie, that has been beaten, set on fire and left for dead.

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  8. Susie's Hope Movie Review - Common Sense Media

    Parents need to know that Susie's Hope is a dramatization of actual events in North Carolina that led to the 2010 enactment of stronger state laws against animal abuse.

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  9. Based on a true story, the inspirational relationship between pit bull attack survivor Donna Lawrence and Susie, an abused pit bull left for dead.

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    At their 2013 festival, RiverRun will be screening Susie’s Hope, a film, based on true events, that tells the story of Donna Lawrence and her adoption of a Pit Bull-mix puppy — a puppy that someone had set on fire and left for dead — just months after surviving a horrific Pit Bull attack herself. Together, the pair learned to heal, love and forgive, and started a non-profit, which the film was named after, to speak out against animal cruelty. Over 15 percent of all ticket sales go to support the charity’s work.

    Prior to 2009, there were no harsh penalties for animal cruelty in North Carolina. The worst penalty that an abuser could receive was five months probation. With the support of Senator Don Vaughn, Assistant District Attorney, Chris Parrish, Guilford County Animal Shelter Director, Marsha Williams, and countless other community members, Donna and Susie began campaigning to pass S.B. 254, otherwise known as H.B. 1690 or more popularly known as Susie’s Law. It was a law that would make animal abuse a felony in North Carolina, a felony punishable by jail time. Governor Bev Perdue signed the law in 2010 and Susie’s Law took effect that December.

    The mission of Susie’s Hope, the non-profi organizationt, is “to foster awareness of the animal abuse that exists in our nation and to work to end this epidemic by providing education to people of all ages.” To educate the community, Donna and Susie work together as a team visiting churches, pet adoption fairs, schools, and fundraisers, instilling fundamental, yet key, values in the people they meet: That owning a pet is a huge responsibility and honor, that no animal should ever be hurt or abused, that you should be safe around animals you don’t know, and most of all, that love and forgiveness can cure a world of hurt.

    In addition to screening Susies Hope at their 2013 festival, RiverRun will also host a dog-friendly film, Babe, on Fourth Street in Winston-Salem, NC (our home base). Fido Film and Folic will take place on Saturday, April 13 at 6pm, and will be a free screening of the film. Bring your canines, and your human friends, too. You may even see some of the Canine Journal crew!

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