Thursday, August 12, 2010

Sister Helen will be at The Kairos Conference November 15-17

Mark your calendars! The Kairos Conference: Discerning Justice and Taking Action on the Death Penalty is happening on November 16-17, 2010 in Atlanta, GA.

This unique event is brought to you by People of Faith Against the Death Penalty (PFADP) and Sister Helen Prejean, acclaimed author of Dead Man Walking. Engage with religious leaders, get energized, learn new skills for mobilizing faith communities to work for an end to the death penalty.

From PFADP: People of Faith Against the Death Penalty
NC Racial Justice Act NC Moratorium Now What You Can Do Stop Scheduled Executions Project Link The Abolition Petition For Whom the Bells Toll


People of Faith Against the Death Penalty's National Conference
Emory University Atlanta, GA -- Sr. Helen Prejean, Honorary Chair

Please save the date to attend the first national interfaith conference on religious action on the death penalty in the United States this century. We will be posting more information soon, including a link to our Kairos Conference website where you will be able to register for this exciting conference and learn more information about it.

To pre-register for the conference, click here

Please email kairos (at) pfadp (dot) org with any questions or call our office at 919.933.7567.

Sponsored by People of Faith Against the Death Penalty, this seminal conference will be held at Emory University's Conference Center Hotel November 16 & 17, 2010.

The conference is part of a new effort to help the abolition movement build new levels of support among religious communities across the country.

Who should attend this conference:

* You!
* Your pastor and staff
* Senior clergy and staff of religious judicatory bodies and associations
* Clergy
* Death penalty abolition activists
* Your friends and colleagues

Support for this conference comes from the Open Society Institute, the Proteus Action League, the Fund for Nonviolence, and PFADP's individual members and congregations across the United States.

It's a new day for the abolition movement, one that more and more religious leaders are awakening to. Come to this conference and engage with fellow abolitionists and religious leaders and in so doing bolster the efforts toward reform and repeal in every state in America.

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