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TCADP March 2022 Newsletter: Today is election day in the Texas Primary!

In this edition Scheduled executions: Texas set to resume executions next week after five-month hiatus 2022 Texas Primary Election: Important District Attorney races are on the ballot in Dallas, Tarrant and Bexar counties, among others In case you missed it: District Attorneys nationwide, including three in Texas, pledge to effectively end the death penalty TCADP 2022 Annual Conference: Thank […]

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Sister Helen Prejean to keynote TCADP 2022 Annual Conference this Saturday, February 26, 2022

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                    Tuesday, February 22, 2022 CONTACT: Kristin Houlé Cuellar, TCADP Executive Director512-552-5948 (cell); kristin@tcadp.org@TCADPdotORG #TCADP2022 Author and activist Sister Helen Prejean to address TCADP Annual Conference Virtual event will honor five individuals & feature representatives of states that have abolished the death penalty in last three years (Austin, Texas) — Advocates from across Texas […]

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TCADP February Newsletter: Get ready for the Texas 2022 Primary Election!

In this edition Scheduled executions: Take action to stop the execution of Melissa Lucio TCADP 2022 Annual Conference: Join us on February 26, 2022 for a day of information and inspiration Texas 2022 Primary Election: Early voting begins February 14, 2022 with important District Attorney races on the ballot in Dallas and Tarrant counties In case […]

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TCADP January 2022 Newsletter: Starting the year on the right note – with no executions in Texas this month

In this edition Scheduled executions: No executions set in Texas for January or February TCADP 2022 Annual Conference: Don’t miss keynote speaker, Sister Helen Prejean! In case you missed it: Death penalty developments in 2021; a radio station at the Polunsky Unit; new filing for Rodney Reed; important commentary on two Texas death penalty cases […]

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TCADP December 2021 Newsletter: Ending the year with a renewed call for justice

In this edition: Scheduled executions: No executions set for Texas until March 2022 In case you missed it: U.S. Supreme Court considers whether individuals have the right to spoken prayers and physical comfort in the execution chamber; Gallup poll measures declining support for the death penalty; former Bexar County District Attorney calls for DNA testing […]

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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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TCADP March 2016 Alert: Get ready to Amplify Austin!

In this edition of our monthly alert, you’ll find a link to photos from the TCADP 2016 Annual Conference, information about a new initiative to engage Public Safety Officers on the Death Penalty, and information about three upcoming events with Sister Helen and a national conference on the death penalty.

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December 2013 Texas Death Penalty Alert: Announcing TCADP’s Annual Award Winners

If you missed the monthly TCADP alert sent on December 3, see this post for more information about coming events, breaking news, and ways you can be involved in ending the death penalty in Texas.