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Tennessee Season to Remember to Honor Homicide Victims December 7

For more than two decades, state and local public safety officials, along with families of homicide victims, have gathered to honor and remember victims and survivors of homicide during the holiday season. This year will mark the state’s 21st annual “Tennessee Season to Remember,” which will be held at 5:30 p.m. (CST) on Thursday, December 7, at the First Baptist Church in downtown Nashville.

At the ceremony, families from across Tennessee will hang ornaments on memorial wreaths in honor of their loved ones, which will later be displayed in the Tennessee State Capitol throughout the holiday season. The Tennessee State Capitol will also be lit in purple to honor this event and homicide victims.

Nashville vocalist Tamika Tyan McDonald will provide the musical tribute.

For those unable to attend in person, the ceremony will also be livestreamed from First Baptist Church (108 7th Avenue S. Nashville, TN 37203) on their YouTube page:

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