Today on the show I am chatting with Marianne Dunavant, the Tennessee Victim Outreach Director for Marsy’s Law. Marsy’s Law is a nationwide initiative for a constitutional amendment to give crime victims meaningful and enforceable constitutional rights equal to the rights of the accused. Listen >>HERE<< now.
Marianne and I chat about her reason for championing Marsy’s law, her hard, and at times daunting, childhood and how she felt called to help criminals see, and understand, how their actions affect their victims and the families left to mourn.
All of this and so much more: Listen >>HERE<< now
I so appreciate Marianne taking the time to chat with me today. You can find out more about Marsy’s Law at www.marsyslaw.us
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Marianne Dunavant, an accomplished victim’s rights advocate, felt called to her mission after her fiancée was murdered years ago. She has since served on the boards of prestigious child advocacy and domestic violence organizations, as well as, numerous community groups and charitable organizations. She has also been named one of the Top Twenty Most Influential Women of West Tennessee and was named one of the Best of the Best community activists by the readers of the Covington Leader newspaper, Covington, Tennessee.