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Transforming tragedy into a message of nonviolence

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Mother of hate-crime victim coming to Evergreen High School

By Sandy Barnes

Fourteen years after her son’s brutal death, Judy Shepard tearfully speaks about the tragedy and its effect on her life.

“It doesn’t get easier,” Shepard while describing the loss of her son, who was the victim of a high-profile hate crime in Wyoming.

Since the anti-gay murder of Matthew Shepard in Laramie, his mother has shared the story of his life and the aftermath of loss in a book she has written, and through her work as an international gay-rights activist.


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