Executions, Innocence and Abolition–Nov. 17th Conference in Wichita

“Executions, Innocence and Abolition”  is the theme of the Annual Abolition Conference & KCADP annual meeting.

 

It will be Saturday November 17th from  1 to 4:30 p.m. at First United Methodist Church, 330 N. Broadway, Wichita.  The afternoon begins with the brief annual KCADP meeting and then moves immediately into the Abolition Conference.

 

Speakers confirmed so far:   Floyd Bledsoe, Kansas exoneree, Richard Ney, attorney;  and Bob Weeks, host of Liberty.TV.  This diverse speaker panel will provide a variety of perspectives on the problem of innocence and the death penalty.

 

To register: email your name and contact information to infoatksabolitiondotorg  (infoatksabolitiondotorg)  

 

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