TCADP April 2016 Alert: Springing into Action

In this edition of our monthly e-newsletter, you’ll find information about upcoming events featuring Sister Helen Prejean at Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas. You’ll also find links to recent stories about racial bias in the jury selection process and the regrets of a juror in a capital murder trial in Texas that sentenced a man to death.

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September TCADP Alert: Taking Texas By Storm – We’re coming to a city near you!

In this edition: Learn more about the two scheduled executions for this month, deadlines for the TCADP Lobby Corps applications and Annual Award nominations, as well as multiple TCADP events to be held in Denton, Tarrant, Dallas, Collin, Harris, and Travis Counties this month.

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April 2013 Alert: 5 Scheduled Executions, Legislative Session Mid-Point, Conference Videos and New Voices on the Death Penalty

TCADP’s April 2013 Alert includes an update on the Texas legislative session, scheduled executions, and the case of Duane Buck; it also features new voices on the death penalty, including a former District Attorney of Montague County and Conservatives Concerned about the Death Penalty.

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November Alert 2012: VOTE; Case Updates; Member Survey; Fall Newsletter and More

In This Edition:  Scheduled Executions Recent News  – Including the TCADP Fall Newsletter! Upcoming Events Take Action Today! – Complete a Member Survey! Calendar   Executions The State of Texas is scheduled to carry out three executions this month: November 8: Mario Swain November 14: Ramon Hernandez November 15: Preston Hughes Read more about these […]

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Austin Religious Leaders to Join Internationally Renowned Author and Speaker, Sister Helen Prejean, for Dialogue on the Death Penalty

On Friday evening, October 12, 2012, in the Mabee Ballroom of St. Edward’s University, two Austin faith leaders will join Sister Helen Prejean, an internationally known speaker and the author of Dead Man Walking, for an unprecedented conversation about the role of people of faith in the growing movement to end the death penalty.

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