On the eve of the second anniversary of Troy’s execution, the Davis family, AI USA, NAACP, EJUSA, NCADP, and Haymarket Books (Endorsed by: CENJC, IAC, others) invite you to join the Davis family at St. Mary’s 521 West 126th Street, in Harlem, where the community came together two years ago in the hope that Troy’s life would be spared.
Friday, September 20th
St. Mary’s Episcopal Church
521 West 126th Street
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We will reflect on Troy Davis’ legacy, remember Martina Davis-Correia, discuss the movement to abolish the death penalty, and launch the book “I Am Troy Davis”, co-authored by Jen Marlowe and Troy’s sister Martina Davis-Correia, with the participation of Troy himself.
Participants include (list in formation):
- Kimberly Davis (Troy’s sister)
- Jen Marlowe (author of “I Am Troy Davis”)
- Eve Ensler (playwright & activist)
- Yusef Salaam (Central Park 5 and death penalty abolitionist)
- Lawrence Hayes (death row exonoree)
- Cherrell Brown (Equal Justice USA)
- Wende Gozan Brown (formerly from AIUSA)
- Laura Moye (AIUSA former death penalty abolition campaign director)
- emcee Thenjiwe McHarris (AIUSA)
About the stunning new Haymarket title, “I Am Troy Davis”:
?Here is a shout for human rights and for the abolition of the death penalty. This book, I Am Troy Davis, should be read and cherished. It will inspire courage in the heart of those who are willing to use their efforts to save lives and increase the quality of life for all people.?
“Like Trayvon Martin’s monumental murder, the execution of Troy Davis was a historic awakening for this country — an awakening of the deadly consequences of white supremacy. Don’t miss this book!”
More on the new book, “I am Troy Davis”: http://bit.ly/1fCxNUR