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November 4, 2008

2008.11.04: Support The Campaign to End the Death Penalty

Filed under: Civil Rights,Criminal Justice,Racism,Sentencing — nyclaw01 @ 5:47 pm

From:  Kurti, Rebecca
Sent: Tuesday, November 04, 2008 5:47 PM
To: 1199 Members; ALAA MEMBERS
Subject: Support The Campaign to End the Death Penalty


Hey Legal Aiders,

As you may know, we had a pretty successful fundraiser recently. Thanks to everyone who organized and attended the event! Because of the organizing work we’ve been doing around Troy Davis and with LWOP prisoners, we have several family members of prisoners and exonerees from the NY area that we would like to bring to the CEDP convention in November.

If you were unable to attend our recent fundraiser, and would like to make a donation, please get in touch. If you have friends, co-workers, professors, or family members that would like to donate, please let us know. We actually only need to raise $200 more dollars to cover our convention expenses.

As you know, prisoners’ family members, exonerees, and people formerly involved in the criminal justice system are the backbone of our organization and are living testaments to everything that is wrong with our criminal injustice system. Please donate what you can to help us add their voices to our organizing efforts.

If you would like to check out more infromation on the CEDP’s convention, you can check us out on our website.

In Struggle,
Rebecca Kurti
Campaign to End the Death Penalty


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