GFADP Events and Updates

posted Dec 12, 2011, 9:29 AM by Kathryn Hamoudah   [ updated Aug 31, 2012, 8:29 AM by GFADP staff ]
For those of you who couldn’t make it out to the Human Rights Atlanta Visualize Human Rights art exhibit at the Auburn Avenue Research Library, please note that the show will be on display through early January. Atlanta based organizations have created pieces that illustrate and represent one of the articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.  GFADP will depict Article 5: No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment.
Wednesday, December 14 -Screening of TOO MUCH DOUBT- Tribute Lofts; 480 John Wesley Dobbs; Atlanta, GA 30312-7pm-10pm
Cerebral Motion Productions, is producing a three part series entitled, Corruption: The Politics of Crime. The first in this series is TOO MUCH DOUBT: The Story of Troy A. Davis, which looks into the international campaign to stop his execution. It features Martina Correia, Kim Davis and other members of the Davis family as well as Big Boi and prominent leaders in the campaign and includes, GFADP Board members, Sen. Vincent Fort, Sara Totonchi, Terrica Redfield-Ganzy and Kathryn Hamoudah.
Important Information:
There is first floor parking for guests in the parking garage, and plenty of road side parking for overflow. Please dial code 083 to gain entry into the building. The screening will take place on the 7th floor roof top. There will be a greeter in the lobby to welcome guest and plenty of food and soft drinks. A Q&A on the "Too Much Doubt" Documentary and the Death Penalty will take place starting at 8:15 PM.
Also, please join us for a day long summit on the death penalty in January (info below).
 A Call to Action: Uniting to End Georgia's Death Penalty
Saturday, January 28, 2012

Ebenezer Baptist Church  
407 Auburn Avenue Northeast; Atlanta, GA 30312

Troy Davis and his most fearless advocate, Martina Davis-Correia, always said that this fight was more than just about Troy.  Let’s honor their wishes by continuing the fight to abolish Georgia's death penalty.
On January 28, 2012, join Georgians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty (GFADP) and Amnesty International USA for a state-wide death penalty abolition summit held at the historic Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta! This summit is the first major gathering since the execution of Troy Davis which galvanized people worldwide. It will include powerful speakers, skill-building workshops, and more!    
Please forward this far and wide – Free and lunch will be provided
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