Events Calendar

A Selection of Past Events

Monday, September 15 – Rally to Stop Executions

12 noon – 1pm at Legislative Plaza (corner of 6th and Charlotte), Nashville, TN

More information here

Saturday, September 13 – Nashville Teach-In on Mass Incarceration and the Death Penalty

10 am – 4:30 pm at the Nashville Public Library, Conference Center

615 Church St, Nashville, TN 37219

More information here

Wednesday, September 10 – Knoxville Teach-In on Mass Incarceration and the Death Penalty

7-9pm at University of Tennessee-Knoxville

McClung Tower, Room 1210

More information here

Tuesday, April 15 – Death Penalty Teach-In at the University of Memphis

1-2pm in the University Center, Room 338

Hosted by University of Memphis Philosophy Graduate Student Association, and featuring Professor Margaret Vandiver, co-editor of Tennessee’s New Abolitionists.

For more information, contact Joshua Dohmen at jrdohmen [at] memphis [dot] edu.

Monday, March 31 – The Pitfalls of the Death Penalty: Three Public Defenders Share their Perspectives

With Dawn Deaner, Justyna Scalpone, and Kelley Henry

12 noon – 1pm at Vanderbilt University, Furman Hall, room 114

Saturday, February 22, 9:30 a.m.- 2:30 p.m.TADP Student Conference on the Death Penalty

Tennessee State University, Humanities Building

This conference is free, and lunch is provided for students and faculty.  Register here!

Monday, January 27, 5:30-7pm – Death Penalty Teach-In, Nashville

Vanderbilt University, Alumni Hall, room 201.

Alumni Hall is near 23rd Ave and West End; there is on-street parking on West End, and the closest parking garage is Terrace Place on 21st and West End.

Check out the facebook event page for the Teach-In here!

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