At the KCADP Annual Meeting on November 14th, the following persons were re-elected to continue serving as KCADP officers: Ron Wurtz (Vice Chair) and Robert Sanders (Treasurer). Current board members who were re-elected to a new term were Steve Becker, Thea Perry, Robert Shawn Streepy and Celeste Dixon. Elected as new board members were Teresa Woody and Kelson … [Read more...] about New Board Members Elected!
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Please join us for the 2020 KCADP Annual Meeting and Abolition Conference! November 14, 2020 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. Great speakers: Bea Swoopes, Mark McCormick, Cheryl Pilate. No charge! Open to KCADP members and the general public. Click here to view the full flyer. Questions: Contact us at email@example.com or by calling … [Read more...] about Death Penalty Abolition: The Necessary Milestone in the American Struggle for Racial Equality, Civil Rights and Criminal Justice Reform
Just 60 days into his tenure as governor of Kansas, John Carlin was forced to confront the death penalty head-on. While he had promised not to oppose its reinstatement during his campaign, he admitted that, like many, he hadn't thought very deeply about the death penalty at that point. When freshly passed legislation authorizing executions arrived on his desk in early … [Read more...] about Kansans Making a Difference
The following persons comprise the nominee slate to be presented to the KCADP Annual Meeting on November 2nd in Manhattan. All nominations are for two years. Chair: Donna SchneweisSecretary: Meryl Carver-Allmond Directors: Sr. Therese Bangert, Al Terwelp, Rev. Michael Poage, Diane Garlock, Chris Plumpelly, Hope Faflick, and Thea Perry. The election will take place … [Read more...] about Board Nominees
Kansas Governor John Carlin "Make a Difference: Join the Journey to End the Death Penalty" is the title of the 2019 KCADP Annual Meeting and Abolition Conference. It will be held on Saturday November 2nd from 1 to 4 p.m. at the KSU Union, Bluemont Room. Keynote speaker is former Governor John Carlin. During his tenure as Governor, he faced the question of death penalty … [Read more...] about All Roads Lead to Manhattan on November 2nd
Join us in Wichita on November 17th for the 2018 Abolition Conference! Panelists are Floyd Bledsoe, a Kansan convicted of murder despite being innocent Bob Weeks, a champion of individual liberty and limited government Richard Ney, an attorney who knows how our criminal justice system breaks down. Time is 1:00 to 4:30 p.m. Location: First United Methodist … [Read more...] about Executions, Innocence and Abolition: Nov 17th, Wichita
Dear Friends, As we near the end of 2016, we are mindful of the many ways you have blessed KCADP this past year with your time, your communications with policy makers, and your donations. Thank you so much for all you have done! We extend our best wishes to you for a New Year filled with light, joy, and peace! Sincerely, Your KCADP Board of Directors … [Read more...] about A Wish for You