People think human rights violations are in Timor, Rwanda and Iran. But there are human rights being violated every single day, here in the United States of America.
Shocking to know that there is no rights for adult children to see their ailing parents. And the ‘isolators’ did not even have to tell the adult children whether their sick parent had died or where they were buried.
Kerri, whose father Casey Kasem was the radio host of American Top 40 and the voice of Scooby Doo, experienced that first hand.
Her father’s right to family, right to live in freedom and safety, and right to be free from torture were all denied him. Even in death her stepmother violated her father’s rights—his right to nationality—by burying him in a country he’d never been, where he had no family, when he was born and raised in the United States of America and wanted to be buried here.
Hopeless, helpless, frustrated and angry, Kerri soon learned that she had nowhere to turn—neither the police nor adult protective services could help her. Speaking out about her experience, Kerri began receiving hundreds of letters from individuals in similar shoes—traumatized, angry and never to see their loved ones again.
At this week’s COED METal you will hear how Kerri began by creating the Kasem Cares Foundation and started traveling across the country educating others on their fundamental human rights and fighting to make those rights a reality through legislation.
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