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Former TCASK board of directors chair, Amy Sayward, hosted a discussion last night at St. Bonaventure University about the Catholic church and the death penalty. St. Bonaventure is located 77 miles south of Buafflo.

The discussion which she co-hosted with Olean attorney, Janine Fodor was titled, Dr. Amy Sayward is a 1991 graduate of St. Bonaventure University and currently chair of the history department at Middle Tennessee State University.

Listen to an interview with Dr. Amy Sayward about the discussion by CLICKING HERE.

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