How you can be involved with TCADP:
Increase our strength and numbers.
Ask local organizations and groups to sign an Organizational Statement of Support and Affiliation that endorses the mission of TCADP. Share the statement with local faith communities, civic groups, and other like-minded organizations.
Find other supporters by providing a death penalty information table at local festivals, civic gatherings, or conferences.
Ask clergy you know to sign our Interfaith Statement of Opposition to the Death Penalty.
Educate others about the death penalty.
Join a TCADP Communications Team: Submit letters to the editor and post online comments in response to death penalty-related stories in your local newspaper or online media outlets.
Watch a film on the death penalty and hold a discussion with your civic group, class, or faith community.
Host a presentation by one of our voices of experience on the death penalty, such as exonorees, former prosecutors, defense attorneys, murder victim family members, or mental health experts.
Advocate for political change.
Communicate your concerns about the death penalty to elected officials, including state legislators, district attorneys, state district judges, and county commissioners.
Attend local political events, including conventions, town hall meetings, open houses, and other community forums to engage with local officials.
Apply to join the TCADP Lobby Corps, a group of volunteers who work to advance our legislative agenda and build relationships with elected officials.
For more information and resources (films, fact sheets, speakers, and links to the documents referenced above), visit www.tcadp.org or contact the following TCADP staff members:
For activities in North Texas: Jason Redick at Jason@tcadp.org
For social media and the TCADP Communications Teams: Vanessa Akins at Vanessa@tcadp.org
For the TCADP Lobby Corps: Kristin Houlé at firstname.lastname@example.org
For general inquires: email@example.com