Death Penalty Photo Exhibit

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It’s not often that we have an opportunity to understand the death penalty through
excellent photography.

 

Donnelly College in Kansas City is sponsoring a death penalty photo exhibit featuring
the works of Scott Langley, an accomplished photojournalist.

 

The exhibit can be viewed from now til April 7 in the Meeting Room on the
Donnelly Campus. Exhibit hours are from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. (Monday through Friday).

 

We urge you to check this out!

 

A Journey Into the U.S. Death Penalty through Photos and Stories

 

 

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“A Journey into the U.S. Death Penalty through Photos and Stories

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Thursday March 23rd, 2017 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m.



Matt Ross Community Center, Crown Room,  8101 Marty Street, Overland Park, KS 66204

 

Join us for this informative event.  It is free and open to the public!

 

The presenter is Scott Langley, a photojournalist and sociologist who has covered executions. His presentation details an hour-by-hour walk-through of what happens on an execution night, taking the viewer from the prison deathwatch cell into the actual lethal injection chamber, while outlining the social implications and concerns around the use of executions.

 

This presentation is one you won’t want to miss!  If you have questions or need more information contact KCADP via email at infoatksabolitiondotorg or by phone to 785-235-2237.

 

 

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