After the turkey and the shopping are over, Giving Tuesday offers a chance to support an organization or cause you believe in on a nationally recognized day of giving. And today, December 3, 2013 is Giving Tuesday! You can participate in this national initiative to support charities and good causes by making a tax-deductible donation to KCADP by just … [Read more...] about Giving Tuesday
Kansas Repeal Campaign Snapshot Submitted by Emma Weisfeld-Adams, Tue, 11/05/2013 Think all “Red States” love the death penalty? Think again. A hundred years ago Kansas became one of the first states to legislatively repeal the death penalty. It’s been reinstated a few times since but was never embraced. In 2010 the State Senate came one vote shy of … [Read more...] about Kansas is Featured in the EJUSA Newsletter!
Words can be powerful – and the right ones at the right time can help abolish the death penalty in Kansas! Please consider joining the new KCADP Writers’ Bureau. Beginning now and into the 2016 legislative session, KCADP will be hosting educational events that will attract media attention and working to secure editorial support for repeal. It is essential to have positive … [Read more...] about Join the KCADP Writers Bureau
Thank you to everyone who was able to attend our Annual Abolition Conference, as well as, Vicki's other speaking events at Benedictine College and Pittsburg State University! KCADP would like to especially Thank to Vicki Schieber and family for making the trip to Kansas! Also, don't forget to click here and download all the materials presented at the Abolition Conference! … [Read more...] about Thank you Vicki Schieber!
This event is FREE and OPEN to the public! Mark your calendars for October 19th and join us for our 2013 Abolition Conference at First Christian Church of Topeka, located at 1880 SW Gage Blvd., in Topeka! Pre-Register today by calling our office at 785-235-2237! Come and Listen to Vicki Schieber, the mother of Shannon Schieber, who was … [Read more...] about 2013 Abolition Conference
Champions for Change Roast n' Toast Dinner is tonight!! We hope that you will be joining this evening at Hope Community Church in Andover, KS for dinner, live musical entertainment, and silent auction! We will we honor our Community Abolition Champions and Leaders! Legislative Champions, Representative Steven Becker and Senator Carolyn McGinn. … [Read more...] about Champions for Change, a Roast n' Toast Dinner Event
This fall, KCADP staff and supporters will be running the Prairie Fire Marathon, Half Marathon, and 5k races in Wichita, KS in support of KCADP's repeal efforts! The Prairie Fire Races are on October 13th. So if you are a lifetime runner looking for a fun race this fall or if you are looking for a reason to start running, now is the time to get excited, because we … [Read more...] about Join our Run for Repeal Team!
KCADP would like to thank Bill Lucero for all his time and efforts in helping raise awareness, and money, to support our campaign for abolition here in Kansas! Click here to see more about Bill's ride! He rode his bike 102.8 miles through the heat and rain yesterday - and raised nearly $2,000 for KCADP while doing so! Thank you … [Read more...] about A Successful Ride for Repeal- Thank you Bill!
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 … [Read more...] about Join Bill on his Ride for Repeal on Tuesday, June 18th!
Last night, Topeka police officers Cpl. David Gogian and Jeff Atherly were killed in the line of duty. The horrific tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut on Friday shook us to our core. As we shared our grief with the families in Connecticut, our anguish only deepened with the loss of two law enforcement officers who gave their lives protecting Kansans. Our … [Read more...] about KCADP Statement on Newtown and Topeka Tragedies