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Crime Victims Rights Week 2018

 

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The United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of North Carolina

and

The Victim Services Interagency Council of North Carolina

cordially invites you to attend

National Crime Victims’ Rights Week Ceremony 2018

MOVING FORWARD, NEVER FORGETTING, A CHARLESTON STORY

Keynote Speakers:

Ms. Felicia Sanders

Ms. Polly Sheppard

and

Reverend Eric Manning

Tuesday, April 10, 2018 1:00pm– 3:00pm

North Carolina Museum of History

5 East Edenton Street

Raleigh, NC 27601

 

In honor of National Crime Victims’ Rights Week, this years event will feature victims and survivors from the June 17, 2015 Charleston Church Massacre where nine African Americans were murdered during prayer service at the Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in downtown Charleston, South Carolina. The keynote speakers will share their personal experience of the tragedy and how it has impacted their lives.

 

This project is supported by the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of North Carolina, and members of the Interagency Council; City of Durham Police Department, Federal Bureau of Investigation, H.A.L.O.S., Justice for Citizens, NC Attorney General’s Office, NC Department of Public Safety, NC National Guard, NC Victim Assistance Network, and U.S. Postal Inspection Service.

North Carolina Museum of History

5 East Edenton Street

Raleigh, NC 27601

The North Carolina Museum of History is located in downtown Raleigh between the State Capitol Build- ing and the Legislative Building at 5 East Edenton Street. The main entrance faces the Bicentennial Plaza Pedestrian Mall that links Jones and Edenton Streets. The event will be held on the first floor, in the Auditorium.

Directions

From the North;

Take U.S. 1 South and follow the Capitol Blvd. (downtown) designation. Turn left on to Jones St. and go three blocks. The museum is on the right. From the Raleigh-Durham International Airport, take Glen- wood Ave. (U.S. 70) into downtown. Turn left on to Jones St.

 

From the East:

Take U.S. 64 West on New Bern Ave. (which changes to Edenton St). The museum is on the right. From I-40 , take exit 299(Person St.). Proceed north for two miles. Turn left on to Edenton St., go two blocks, and the museum is on the right. From U.S. 70 East, take I-40 to exit 299 (Person St.) and turn left on to Edenton St.

 

From the West:

From I-40 East, take exit 289 (Wade Ave.) to Capitol Blvd. Continue on Capitol Blvd. and turn left on to Jones St., go three blocks and the museum is on the right.

 

From the South:

From U.S. 64 East or U.S. 1 North, take Western Blvd. turn left on to Wilmington St., cross Edenton St, and the museum is on the left.

 

Parking is available in the visitor lot directly behind the museum, with entrances on Jones and Edenton Streets. During the week, the rate for parking is $1.00 for every hour or $8.00 for the day. Metered parking is also available on Jones and Edenton Streets.

 

The United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of North Carolina

and

The Victim Services Interagency Council of North Carolina

Crime Victims’ Rights Week Ceremony 2018

A special presentation will be created for the

April  10, 2018 National Crime Victims’ Rights Week

ceremony in order to remember and honor crime victims through name

submissions, written expressions and/or photos. Please complete the attached form.

Crime Victims Rights Week Announcement 2018

Updated March 21, 2018

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