Hundreds of real people are affected by violence every day in Texas. At the Texas After Violence Project, we're committed to cultivating narratives for justice. Through oral history and in-depth workshops, we hope to empower people to share their voices. And through public education and multi-media presentations, we hope to cultivate empathy, break down stereotypes, and help people discover ways to diminish violence in their communities.
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Debra McCammon, Director of the Hospitality House in Huntsville, TX speaks about her work with prison families in TAVP’s newest video story. The Hospitality House is an independent non-profit organization that provides temporary free housing for family and friends of the incarcerated. Debra has been involved with the House since 1989 and director since 2009.
Learn more about Debra here.