National Crime Victims’ Rights Week

April 22-28 is National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, a time to remember those impacted by crime and rededicate efforts to build a better system that ensures that all victims receive the services and support that they need and deserve.

Yesterday, The Tennessean featured a great opinion editorial written by Verna Wyatt, a victim advocate with You Have the Power. This piece provides information on victimization, what can be done to help stop the cycle of violence, and how to support crime victims. It also includes a link to events going on around Nashville this week that promote victims’ rights and honor crime victims and those who advocate for them.

We at TADP continue to be deeply grateful for the surviving family members of murder who have taught us so much over the years, both those families who are working to end the death penalty as well as those who do not agree with us on this issue. Both have been our teachers as we do this work, and we hope that we are becoming more aware and sensitive to the needs of these families. We are, of course, particularly grateful to the members of the TADP Sharing Our Stories (SOS) speakers bureau who are willing to tell the painful stories of the murder of a loved one in the hopes of creating a more effective criminal justice system that focuses more on the needs of victims and their families, and not on the death penalty.

To learn more about crime victims’ rights and the resources and services available to crime victims, please visit The National Center for Victims of Crime’s website.

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