The Houston Chapter of the Texas Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty invites you to attend:
IMPROVEMENTS TO THE TEXAS CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM
WHAT HAS BEEN DONE? WHAT IS NEEDED?
Brandon Dudley, Chief of Staff for Senator Rodney Ellis
Thursday, January 26, 2012, 7:00pm
Dominican Sisters Meeting Room
6501 Almeda Rd., Houston, Texas
Pizza will be served for hungry attendees!
Rodrigo Hernandez is scheduled for execution on January 26. The Houston Vigil will be held that day at the corner of Westheimer and Shepherd at 5:30 pm. Following this vigil, please join TCADP’s Houston Chapter for a special presentation by Brandon Dudley, Chief of Staff for Senator Rodney Ellis, who will speak on improvements to the Texas Criminal Justice System.
“Incendiary” Film Showing, Wednesday, February 1, 8:00pm
Please join the Houston Peace & Justice Center (HPJC) for a special screening of this film at the Regal Greenway Grand Palace Stadium on Wednesday, February 1st at 8 PM. Stick around afterwards for a discussion about the most recent developments in the Willingham case.
Tickets must be purchased in advance (by January 30, 2:00am). Purchase Tickets Today.
Equal parts murder mystery, forensic investigation and political drama, INCENDIARY: The Willingham Case has captivated theatrical audiences this fall. Winner of the 2011 Louis Black Award at SXSW Film, and selected to play as a 2011 Sterling US Feature at the American Film Institute/Discovery Channel SILVERDOCS Festival 2011, INCENDIARY has been called “one of the most timely movies of the year…nonfiction filmmaking at its most classic. Crime, punishment, morality and hardball politics make for an explosive narrative mix all their own.” (Ann Hornaday, The Washington Post)
TCADP 2012 Annual Conference: Seizing the Momentum… Creating the Climate for Change
Saturday, February 18, 2012, University of the Incarnate Word Sky Room, San Antonio
Please make plans to join us on Saturday, February 18, 2012 in San Antonio for the 2012 TCADP Annual Conference. The conference features two workshop sessions, a panel discussion on how the changing demographics in Texas will impact our efforts to abolish the death penalty, and networking opportunities with new and old friends. The annual awards ceremony will take place during the luncheon to celebrate those individuals who inspired us in 2011.
Registration for the 2012 TCADP Annual Conference is open. TCADP member, non-member, student, and early-bird rates are available. Prices go up after February 1, 2012.
Advertise in the program to promote your work, congratulate the award winners, and sponsor this annual event. Exhibitor tables are also available. Learn more.
All of the conference information, including award winners, hotel information, etc. is available online at http://tcadp.org/what-we-do/annual-conference/.