Grieving Out Loud with Angela Kennecke

Uniting for change: A bereaved mother organizes D.C. march to combat fentanyl crisis

In just a couple of months, the nation’s capital will witness an awe-inspiring rally that aims to shake the foundations of our country’s drug crisis. Picture hundreds, perhaps even thousands, of passionate individuals marching to the White House, demanding attention from lawmakers who some believe have taken too little action.

Leading this movement is none other than April Babcock, but what drove her to become the driving force behind this event? In a gripping and heart-wrenching episode of Grieving Out Loud, your host, Angela Kennecke, delves deep into Babcock’s personal journey of loss, grief, and advocacy.

The March on the White House is scheduled for Saturday, September 23rd. If you would like more information on how to take part or get involved in the event, check out The Lost Voices of Fentanyl Facebook page

Learn more about the 3rd Annual Lost Voices of Fentanyl Rally

  • April Babcock and son Austen
  • April Babcock
  • April Babcock marching in DC
  • April Babcock at US/Mexico border
  • April Babcock promoting Lost Voices of Fentanyl
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