Join us in McPherson on Saturday Oct 21st for our annual meeting and abolition Conference!
Roger Werholtz, retired Secretary of Kansas Department of Corrections
Celeste Dixon, murder victim family member
Carolyn McGinn, Kansas Senator, Chair of Senate Ways and … [Read More...]
Mark your calendars today for the 2017 KCADP Annual Conference!
It will be Oct. 21st in McPherson from 1 to 3:30 p.m.
Speakers are being finalized and will be announced soon along with registration details.
This is an event you won't want to miss!
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I became an advocate at the invitation of someone who was already involved in this important work.
Whether you share your personal experience of commitment to abolition or express your financial support of the cause, you can help grow the movement. There are many opportunities and examples of how … [Read More...]
Over the years, we have been blessed by the witness of Bob Hessman and his family as they dealt with the loss of their beloved Mary Mel Eesa Rains to homicide.
Bob and his family talked of the challenges they faced after her murder, and how they drew strength from their faith and family and … [Read More...]
It’s not often that we have an opportunity to understand the death penalty through
Donnelly College in Kansas City is sponsoring a death penalty photo exhibit featuring
the works of Scott Langley, an accomplished photojournalist.
The exhibit can be viewed from now til … [Read More...]