Supporters Highlight a Better Path for Crime Victims and Families

In Oklahoma, hundreds of volunteers and advocates are using National Crime Victims Rights’ Week (NCVRW) to highlight their support for November’s State Question 794. NCVRW isn’t just about events and activities, but it also highlights the determination of our supporters to provide a better path for crime victims and their families.

This week, our supporters have shared their very personal and tragic stories; members of the criminal justice system held vigils; we wore purple; we shared meals; we marched; we laughed and cried; but most importantly, we honored those who were lost and their families who continue to suffer. Together, we strengthened our resolve to fight for a better system.

Please enjoy a few of our favorite photos from the week.

There are still many ways for you to get involved.  Consider signing up to be a volunteeradd your name to the list of our growing supporters, follow us on Facebook and Twitter, and tell your friends to vote yes on State Question 794.


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