Tokens will be taking part in an evening with author Shane Claiborne; information for individual tickets is as follows:
Executing Grace: An Evening with Shane Claiborne and Friends
Hosted by Lee C. Camp and Michael T. McRay
Join us in this event on Wednesday, February 8, 7:00-9:00PM in Collins Alumni Auditorium, Lipscomb University
In addition to an extended interview with Claiborne about his writing and theology around the death penalty, the night will feature other conversations on the death penalty, mass incarceration, and forgiveness with folks like Stacy Rector, director of TADP; Jeannie Alexander, director of No Exceptions Prison Collective (NEPC); Cynthia Vaughn, who after 30 years forgave her father on death row for the murder of her mother; and more.
All proceeds go to No Exceptions Prison Collective and Tennesseans for Alternatives to the Death Penalty.
Sponsored by: Tokens Show, Hazelip School of Theology, Fred D. Gray Institute of Law, Justice and Society
This meeting will begin at 6:30PM.
Join TADP on Wednesday, March 8, to tell our legislators that Tennessee’s death penalty system is broken and should be repealed. Justice Day will also provide the opportunity to talk with lawmakers about their legislation affecting Tennessee’s death penalty.
This is an important year to make significant progress towards our goal.
If you have never attended a TADP Justice Day before, this is the year to be there. Criminal Justice reform will be a focus on this legislative session, and your voice is needed to be sure that the death penalty repeal is part of the conversation.
Justice day training will begin at 8a.m. on March 8th before meeting with legislators. There will be an addiction Nashville training for Justice Day on February 21, 2017, at Second Presbyterian Church at 630p.m.
Training is required for making visits so you will need to attend one or both of these trainings.
Please RSVP on our Eventbrite page.