Journey of Hope : June 22- July 2, 2012

Washington DC area Journey of Hope Tour

Journey of Hope speakers will be touring the DC area June 22-July 2, 2012. Speaking events are being planned for Northern Virginia, Washington, DC and Maryland.  The Journey of Hope will culminate when we join with the Abolitionist Action Committee’s 19th annual Fast and Vigil June 29-July 2 at the US Supreme Court.  The Journey of Hope has been a big part of the Fast and Vigil since it began in 1994.

If you are interested in hosting a speaking event for your church, school, college and/or community group during these dates, please contact the Journey at info@JourneyofHope.org.

The Journey of Hope…from Violence to Healing is led by murder victim family members who are opposed to the death penalty.  We travel around the country and around the world sharing our stories of from Violence to Healing and talk about how the death penalty has nothing to do with the healing that murder victim family members need when a loved one has been killed, but how in fact it continues the cycle of violence and creates more victim family members.  We say stop the killing.  We have seen enough.  Death row family members, exonerated and other abolition activists join our Journey speaking teams to help put the human face on the issue of the death penalty.

Speakers include Shujaa Graham, Terri Steinberg, Charity Lee, Randy Gardner, Scott Langley, Art Laffin, Bill Pelke and others.  Speaking events are free, although love offerings or honorariums are welcomed.  The Journey of Hope is a 501 c 3 non-profit organization. Events will be scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. For more info go to journeyofhope.org

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