Bill Lucero, a longtime friend and volunteer of KCADP is setting out to ride 100 miles on his bike, in a single day, in order to raise awareness about the death penalty repeal efforts in Kansas.
Lucero will bike 100 miles: Tuesday, June 18th, starting from his home at, 1176 SW Warren Ave. at 6:15 a.m. Bill will then head south to 93rd and Burlingame Rd where he will turn west to Auburn, pulling in at around 7:30 a.m. He will then be accompanied by several friends from the Kaw Valley Bike Club’s Ol’ Phogey. From Auburn they will bike to Eskridge, Harveyville, Burlingame, Scranton, Overbrook, Lake Shawnee finally finishing at the KCADP office located at 3rd & Kansas Ave.
“Forty years following my father’s murder I am still working for repeal of the death penalty in Kansas. I know first-hand that capital punishment will not bring solace or closure to murder victim family members. Rather, I believe this method of retribution only hardens affected families and perpetuates an endless cycle of suffering.” ~ Bill Lucero
Click here for more information on how you can support his Ride for Repeal!
KCADP would like to thank Bill for all his efforts and involvement in the repeal movement here in Kansas! KCADP can not make abolition possible without such amazing grassroots efforts like this! Thank you Bill!
If you would like to support Bill on his Ride for Repeal please click here to make your donation.