Public education event of the death penalty, Monday, October 5

posted Oct 2, 2015, 1:42 PM by GFADP staff
Justice Journeys, an education and advocacy action group focused on the injustices of mass incarceration invited Georgians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty to present at their monthly meeting on Monday, October 5.  
As you know, Georgia has resumed executions and Kelly Gissendaner was executed this week. Nationally, Richard Glossip's execution was stayed in Oklahoma because of an issue with the execution drugs and last night, Virginia executed a man before the US Supreme Court ruled on his pending appeals. In Georgia, we're expecting several more execution warrants to be issued this year. Whether you've been in the struggle to end the death penalty for a long time or you're new; we need you. Come and learn about GFADP's work and what you can do in your community. 
The panel of speakers includes GFADP Organizer Dorinda Tatum, community member Leonard Jones, and GFADP board members Kathryn Hamoudah and Peggy Hendrix.
Monday, October 5th  – 7 to 8:30 PM
St. Bede’s Episcopal Church, 2601 Henderson Mill Road, Atlanta 30345
For questions, please contact Tommie Thompson,  678-481-6025.
The event is free and open to the public. 
See you on Monday!
Kathryn on behalf of GFADP