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Theresa Blakley, professor of social work, presents Jerry Woodall, District Attorney General for Madison County, with the Champion of Victim Rights Award during the Remember Me service and commemorative walk for homicide-loss survivors sponsored by the Center for Just and Caring Communities.  - Photo by Matt McDaniel
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Theresa Blakley, professor of social work, presents Jerry Woodall, District Attorney General for Madison County, with the Champion of Victim Rights Award during the Remember Me service and commemorative walk for homicide-loss survivors sponsored by the Center for Just and Caring Communities. - Matt McDaniel
Tina Fox, director of victim services for the Tennessee Board of Parole, speaks about the tragedy of loss at the Remember Me service and commemorative walk for homicide-loss survivors. - Photo by Matt McDaniel
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Tina Fox, director of victim services for the Tennessee Board of Parole, speaks about the tragedy of loss at the Remember Me service and commemorative walk for homicide-loss survivors. - Matt McDaniel
Union University hosts the Remember Me service and commemorative walk for homicide-loss survivors where participants release balloons in memory of lost loved ones. - Photo by Matt McDaniel
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Union University hosts the Remember Me service and commemorative walk for homicide-loss survivors where participants release balloons in memory of lost loved ones. - Matt McDaniel
Madison County Sheriff David Woolfork presents Theresa Blakley, professor of social work, with a certificate of appreciation for her work with the Remember Me Commemorative Walk held at Union University. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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Madison County Sheriff David Woolfork presents Theresa Blakley, professor of social work, with a certificate of appreciation for her work with the Remember Me Commemorative Walk held at Union University. - Jacob Moore
Homicide-loss survivor Gladys Turner receives a white balloon from a volunteer at the fifth annual Remember Me Commemorative Walk. The balloons were released in honor of lost loved ones. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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Homicide-loss survivor Gladys Turner receives a white balloon from a volunteer at the fifth annual Remember Me Commemorative Walk. The balloons were released in honor of lost loved ones. - Jacob Moore
Homicide-loss survivors receive white balloons at the fifth annual Remember Me Commemorative Walk. The balloons were released in honor of lost loved ones. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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Homicide-loss survivors receive white balloons at the fifth annual Remember Me Commemorative Walk. The balloons were released in honor of lost loved ones. - Jacob Moore
Homicide-loss survivors release white balloons at the end of the fifth annual Remember Me Commemorative Walk. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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Homicide-loss survivors release white balloons at the end of the fifth annual Remember Me Commemorative Walk. - Jacob Moore
Nita Mehr, associate professor of social work, welcomes homicide-loss survivors in attendance at the fifth annual Remember Me Commemorative Walk. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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Nita Mehr, associate professor of social work, welcomes homicide-loss survivors in attendance at the fifth annual Remember Me Commemorative Walk. - Jacob Moore
Homicide-loss survivors Norma and Cliff Ellington, thank members of the Jackson Police Department for their work during the fifth annual Remember Me Commemorative Walk. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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Homicide-loss survivors Norma and Cliff Ellington, thank members of the Jackson Police Department for their work during the fifth annual Remember Me Commemorative Walk. - Jacob Moore
David S. Dockery, president of the university, encourages homicide-loss survivors at the fifth annual Remember Me Commemorative Walk. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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David S. Dockery, president of the university, encourages homicide-loss survivors at the fifth annual Remember Me Commemorative Walk. - Jacob Moore
Families sit at tables with pictures of their lost loved ones during the fifth annual Remember Me Commemorative Walk. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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Families sit at tables with pictures of their lost loved ones during the fifth annual Remember Me Commemorative Walk. - Jacob Moore
Students hold candles along the sidewalk circling Miller Tower as homicide-loss survivors walk together in remembrance of their loved ones. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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Students hold candles along the sidewalk circling Miller Tower as homicide-loss survivors walk together in remembrance of their loved ones. - Jacob Moore
Nita Mehr, associate professor of social work, leads the Remember Me Commemorative Walk with homicide-loss survivor Carolyn Knox. - Photo by Jacob Moore
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Nita Mehr, associate professor of social work, leads the Remember Me Commemorative Walk with homicide-loss survivor Carolyn Knox. - Jacob Moore
Mary Anne Poe, director of the Center for Just and Caring Communities, speaks during the Town & Gown in Providence Hall. - Photo by Deanna Santangelo
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Mary Anne Poe, director of the Center for Just and Caring Communities, speaks during the Town & Gown in Providence Hall. - Deanna Santangelo
Mary Anne Poe, director of Center for Just and Caring Communities, speaks during the Town & Gown in Providence Hall. - Photo by Deanna Santangelo
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Mary Anne Poe, director of Center for Just and Caring Communities, speaks during the Town & Gown in Providence Hall. - Deanna Santangelo
Mary Anne Poe, director of Center for Just and Caring Communities, speaks during the Town & Gown in Providence Hall. - Photo by Deanna Santangelo
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Mary Anne Poe, director of Center for Just and Caring Communities, speaks during the Town & Gown in Providence Hall. - Deanna Santangelo
Judge J. Roland Reid, Haywood County juvenile court judge, gives his first impressions of the film <em>Me Facing Life: Cyntoia's Story.</em> The Center for Just and Caring Communities hosted a panel discussion of the film.  - Photo by Victoria Stargel
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Judge J. Roland Reid, Haywood County juvenile court judge, gives his first impressions of the film Me Facing Life: Cyntoia's Story. The Center for Just and Caring Communities hosted a panel discussion of the film. - Victoria Stargel
Union University Center for Just and Caring Communities hosts a panel discussion following a viewing of the film <em>Me Facing Life: Cyntoia's Story</em>. Twana Miller, Juvenile Justice Program Manager, TN Center for Child Welfare, shares her opinion of the movie and the factors affecting Cyntoia's story as a part of the panel of West Tennessee juvenile justice professionals. - Photo by Victoria Stargel
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Union University Center for Just and Caring Communities hosts a panel discussion following a viewing of the film Me Facing Life: Cyntoia's Story. Twana Miller, Juvenile Justice Program Manager, TN Center for Child Welfare, shares her opinion of the movie and the factors affecting Cyntoia's story as a part of the panel of West Tennessee juvenile justice professionals. - Victoria Stargel
The Center for Just and Caring Communities hosts a panel discussion following a viewing of the film <em>Me Facing Life: Cyntoia's Story</em>. West Tennessee juvenile justice professionals discuss their impressions of the film and how the issues raised by the film should be addressed. - Photo by Victoria Stargel
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The Center for Just and Caring Communities hosts a panel discussion following a viewing of the film Me Facing Life: Cyntoia's Story. West Tennessee juvenile justice professionals discuss their impressions of the film and how the issues raised by the film should be addressed. - Victoria Stargel
The Center for Just and Caring Communities hosts a panel discussion following a viewing of the film <em>Me Facing Life: Cyntoia's Story</em>. West Tennessee juvenile justice professionals discuss their impressions of the film and how the issues raised by the film should be addressed. - Photo by Victoria Stargel
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The Center for Just and Caring Communities hosts a panel discussion following a viewing of the film Me Facing Life: Cyntoia's Story. West Tennessee juvenile justice professionals discuss their impressions of the film and how the issues raised by the film should be addressed. - Victoria Stargel

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