Alameda County’s Day of Remembrance

Since 1996, nearly 200 individuals have been murdered and many more have died, through perpetrators committing suicide or being killed by another, due to domestic violence in Alameda County.

Our Empowerment Director, Jane Whitney read names at Alameda County’s Day of Remembrance to honor victims of domestic violence.



[Image: Outdoors in a city plaza. Trees, buildings and a abstract sculpture in the background. Two women are standing behind a podium with “Alameda County District Attorney Office” on the front with an image of a scale representing justice. A bunch of purple flowers are next to the podium. Jane Whitney is standing behind the podium, dressed in black with a blue necklace, signing “6.” An interpreter is next to her, dressed in a black shirt and gray pants, her face covered by a microphone.]