when and where is it?
>Subject: [UTexasAmnesty] Last Call for National Amnesty DP Training!
>Date: Fri, 27 May 2005 22:05:02 -0500
>Is anyone interested in going to a death penalty training? If so, read
>----- Forwarded message from JFrazier@... -----
> Date: Fri, 27 May 2005 15:26:20 -0400
> From: JFrazier@...
> Subject: Last Call for National Amnesty DP Training!
>Amnesty friends in the Southern region
>Our national death penalty program (PADP - Program to Abolish the Death
>Penalty) is organizing a summer training on the death penalty for Amnesty
>activists. The Southern Regional Office has some funds to support a
>handful of people to attend the training. If you are interested, please
>let me know ASAP. We are most interested in getting death penalty
>coordinators in our student and local groups to attend, but other who are
>active on the issue are welcome to apply.
>Southern Regional Office
>----- Forwarded by Laura Moye/AIUSA/Amnesty International on 05/27/2005
>11:02 AM -----
> Kristin L Houle
> 05/26/2005 05:47 bert@...,
> PM cfitzgerald@...,
> cc: Laura
> Mona Cadena/AIUSA/Amnesty
> Subject: Last Call for
>Dear R/SDPACs and Regional Office Colleagues,
>It's come to this... we're begging. Please, please let us know by
>tomorrow, Friday, May 27, if you will be able to join us for the National
>Death Penalty Abolition Coordinators Training. Even if you're a tentative
>"yes," or, sadly, a "no," we'd like to hear from you!
>For those of you who might be on the fence about coming, or might be
>wondering if this sort of training will benefit you, whether you'll learn
>something new, etc., here's a bit of enticement:
>We will spend the afternoon on both days in breakout sessions, the topics
>of which will be proposed by.... YOU!! We plan to try out an "open space"
>meeting model, wherein the participants set the agenda and discuss the
>topics that are of most importance to them. This means that there will be
>time and space for you to talk with each other about whatever is on your
>mind (as it relates to the death penalty and how we as Amnesty work on this
>issue). The proposed topics can be as creative or traditional, or as
>narrow or broad, as you'd like. And what's more, you will be true pioneers
>I've pasted below a list of everyone I've heard from so far, since you
>never know with email. Again, please do your best to let us know if you're
>a "yes," "tentative yes/maybe," or "no" by the end of the day tomorrow.
>Cathy Knepper - Maryland
>Steve Pohlmeyer - Iowa
>Bob Nave -- Connecticut
>Scott Langley - North Carolina
>Martina Correia - Georgia
>Terry McCaffrey - WRDPAC
>Richard Carlburg - California
>Sandra Perez - WRO
>Terrie Rodello - Oregon
>Rosanne Adderly -- Louisiana
>Laura Moye -- SRO
>Robert Schultz - MWRO
>Josh Rubenstein - NERO
>Becca Boucher - Vermont
>Joe Whiteman - New Mexico
>Catherine Jabar - New Mexico
>Donna Schneweis - Kansas
>John Lyons -- Illinois
>Karen Burkhart - Indiana
>Nancy Hoffman - New York
>Amber Holen - Wyoming
>Nancy Hart - Nevada
>Please let me know if I've missed anyone or if your status has changed.
>Many, many thanks for your help, and for putting up with our pestering!
>Program to Abolish the Death Penalty
>Amnesty International USA
>600 Pennsylvania Ave. SE
>Washington, DC 20003
>----- End forwarded message -----
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