Friday, February 26, 2010


Write-a-Thon at Rhodes College

Last night, students at Rhodes College hosted their first TADP write-a-thon as part of their “Justice Jam” event. Allison Dove, a senior at Rhodes, organized the write-a-thon and did a tremendous job. Our table was located in the “Lair,” a large building where students gather to eat and hang out. Thirty eight letters were written by Rhodes students to their local legislators asking them to support legislation to abolish the death penalty in Tennessee. We enjoyed lively and stimulating conversations among many students as to the public policy of the death penalty and how it works. The write-a-thon was also a great venue to introduce TADP and our work to the students at Rhodes. I was so impressed by the commitment and passion of many young people who are seriously engaged in fighting for social justice. We at TADP look forward to working more with Rhodes College as we together work to abolish the death penalty in Tennessee.
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