Joan Berry on "Why We Do What We Do"

Joan Berry has been instrumental in the movement for victims' rights. Through her steadfast advocacy, Joan previously helped to implement the "Johnia Berry Act 2007," which mandates the submission of DNA samples when a person is arrested for a violent felony. She also founded "Hope for Victims," to lend a voice to families who, like her, have lost loved ones to crime.

Please watch below to hear directly from Joan about her inspirational journey, the power of advocacy, and why crime victims need meaningful and enforceable rights in Tennessee. 

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  • B Howard
    published this page in Victim Voices 2024-01-05 11:46:53 -0800