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Upcoming Events in Austin: Violence and the Death Penalty Discussion, and Annual Report Distribution

Please consider participating in the Austin area opportunities listed below. Violence And The Death Penalty In Texas – Walter Long Walter Long, Austin criminal defense attorney and founder of the Texas After Violence Project, will facilitate a series of four Wednesday night discussions at Trinity United Methodist Church, 4001 Speedway, Austin, Texas 78751, on active engagement […]

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Upcoming Events in Houston: Speaker on Criminal Justice Reform and Film Screening

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? featuring 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 […]

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Upcoming Events in San Antonio: Film Screening, Panel Discussion, and Annual Conference

The film screening and discussion on Monday will specifically be geared to those on college campuses in San Antonio who are interested in learning about the flaws and failures of the death penalty and how they can get involved in ending this practice in Texas. A question and answer session with Anita Grabowski, Bexar County Campaign Coordinator for the Texas Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty, and Stephen Reeves, Legislative Counsel for the Christian Life Commission, will follow the film. The panel discussion on Tuesday will focus on the speakers’ perspectives on the death penalty and how they came to question its use. Dr. Elizondo and Mr. Reeves will share their reflections on Baptist teachings and the death penalty, including sharing the results of a study that the Christian Life Commission spearheaded about the use of the death penalty in Texas. The public is invited.

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January 2012 News and Events

Read about this month’s upcoming events, news and scheduled executions.

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December 2011 Alert: Activist Training, Special “Incendiary” Screening, Annual Conference

December Alert includes info on a Bexar County Campaign Activist training, a special screening of “Incendiary”, developments on the TCADP Annual Conference in February, news, executions, upcoming events and more. If you missed the alert in your email box, be sure to subscribe to TCADP so you can get the monthly email alerts on time.

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September Alert: Executions and Local Special Events

Sign the petition for clemency for Duane Buck, get tickets for the Champions of Justice celebration in Houston, read current news and developments on the death penalty, learn about resources developed for Respect Life month, and see what is happening in your area over the next two months!

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April Alert: Scheduled Executions, Spring Newsletter, News and Events

This alert includes information on the April scheduled execution, TCADP Spring Newsletter, Legislative updates, and additional events and news.

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Abolitionists Gather in Austin for Annual Conference

More than 120 anti-death penalty advocates from across Texas will gather this Saturday, February 19, 2011 in Austin for the annual conference of the Texas Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty (TCADP). This event, “Seizing the Momentum – Advancing Statewide Vision through Local Action,” will feature workshops and a panel discussion on the impact of the death penalty on Texas counties. TCADP also will honor Anthony Graves, his family, and his legal team with its annual Courage Award, in recognition of their tenacity, faith, and dignity throughout the ordeal of his wrongful conviction and incarceration. Read the entire press release.