13th annual maryruth weir event:
race and the death penalty
St. Helen Prejean, author of Dead Man Walking
Patrick Mulvaney, Managing Attorney-Capital Litigation Unit for the Southern Center for Human Rights
The Rev. James Woodall, State President of the Georgia NAACP
With remarks by Dominique Barlow, niece of Ray Cromartie (pictured), who was executed in Georgia on October 30, 2019
And many other wonderful speakers and performers!
Join us On December 3rd at 7 PM for our 13th Annual MaryRuth Weir event: Race and the death penalty!
Please click here to Register:
This event is free and open to the general public, but we ask that you consider making a contribution within your capacity.
THank you for your support, and we look forward to seeing you on December 3rd!
GFADP is working to end capital punishment in Georgia and around the world. We are a strong, diverse, statewide, grassroots movement which:
Opposes individual executions;
Supports legislative initiatives aimed at reducing the application of the death penalty until it is ultimately abolished;
Protects the humanity of individuals on death row;
Educates our fellow Georgians about the death penalty;
Provides concrete action steps for individuals and groups.
T-shirts are on sale for just $20! Support GFADP in style!
If you are interested in a T-shirt, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org