I think that this could be a turning point.
I’m tired though that women and children must continue to lose our lives for people to finally listen and make changes to keep us safe.
Our thoughts and prayers continue to be with the family of Gabby Petito.
So many lessons have come from this tragedy. I hope that we cement every one of these lessons into our communities. I hope that these lessons guide us for every day going forward.
I received this article and I thought that some of the lessons were highlighted here.
I’m also thankful that Gabby Petito’s father, Joe Petito, called for us to do better in making sure that we actively search for ALL missing victims including:
Native American Women and children,
Black women and children,
Latina women and children,
Asian women and children,
rural women and children,
city residing women & children
women & children with disabilities,
and women and children of all shapes and sizes.
I am thankful that even in his time of gutwrenching grief, he chose to raise awareness about America’s lack of dedication, attention, and resources to finding all missing women and children.
My deepest and most sincere condolences to him and all who loved Gabby Petito.
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