Since 1994, Kim Goldman has been universally recognized as the sister of a murder victim in the sensationally public hearing deemed the “Trial of the Century” in the annals of pop culture. Her brother, Ron Goldman, was killed alongside Nicole Brown Simpson – ex-wife of former NFL superstar O.J. Simpson – that June, leading to the one-time running back’s arrest and eventual acquittal for the crimes. A civil court jury, however, would find Simpson responsible for the deaths of Brown and Goldman in 1997.
In the near-two decades since the civil court verdict, Kim Goldman has rebuilt her life as a mother, victims rights advocate and New York Times Best-Selling author. In addition to sitting on the Board of Directors at The National Center for Victims of Crime, Goldman serves as Executive Director for the Santa Clarita Valley Youth Project, a position she has held for over ten years.
A list of Kim Goldman’s books is available at her official website here, along with information on each title. Kim also co-hosts Broadscast, a radio show and podcast, along with her friend Jackie MacDougall.
Kim Goldman kindly spoke with me on April 25 to discuss her work as a victims rights advocate, thoughts on O.J. Simpson’s current incarceration, her feelings on how Ron is portrayed in the media today and other projects she is involved in.
You can read my review of Media Circus by Kim Goldman at this link.
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