Murder Victims’ Families for Reconciliation (MVFR) recently selected Omaha as the site for their national board meeting and training session. Founded in 1976, MVFR is a national organization of family members of victims of both homicide and executions who oppose the death penalty in all cases. From October 22-25, MVFR will hold a two day board meeting along with a one day training session for family members of victims of homicide and executions. For more information on MVFR, you can view their website at www.mvfr.org.
“I am beyond thrilled that Nebraska was selected as the site for the MVFR board meeting. Recently, NADP has begun work to bring together murder victims’ family members and I think that this training session is crucial to that integral part of NADP. No one can put a voice to homicide or execution like a family member can,” stated Megan Moslander, NADP Office Manager and Events Coordinator.
NADP is also pleased to work with People Uniting, Lending Support and Encouragement (P.U.L.S.E) of Omaha to make the training session a success.
NADP strongly encourages any individuals who are interested in the training session to please contact Megan or Jill at 402.477.7787. This training session will provide an excellent opportunity to meet with others who have experienced similar experiences a victim of homicide or execution in Nebraska.