DeathRowInmate.Org - A grassroots anti-death penalty advocacy organization inspired by San Quentin, Ca death row inmates, their families, friends, and others interested in achieving social change through education of facts and issues regarding the death penalty.
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We are currently in the process of updating and adding several new features to the site right now to make it bigger and better for our loyal follwers. Some of the newer features will include better art galleries, easier to navigate Pen Pal section, as well as a newer site layout, so stay tuned for the big changes!
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Death Row Inmate Project is currently
looking for volunteers who would be
interested in helping us continue our
effort in abolishing the death penality,
and building a better website;
E-mail John at:
San Quentin, CA 94964-0001
The Death Row Inmate Project was inspired by Michael Flinner and Spencer Brasure of San Quentin California's Death Row, with the goal of educating the public about the complexities of capital punishment. Michael and Spencer have found themselves surrounded by a team of volunteers who are developing this grassroots anti-death penalty social network to meet this goal. Mail Us At:
Michael Flinner SQSP # V-30064
San Quentin CA 94964-0001
Spencer Brasure SQSP #P-10000
San Quentin CA 94964-0001
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Last Updated on Monday, 03 December 2012 07:51 Written by SPENCER BRASURE Saturday, 03 December 2011 12:36
CONVICTS AGAINST CANCER
My name is Spencer Brasure. I'm penning this section for the website because I am a man who lost his precious five year old daughter Nina Elizabeth to Wilms Cancer (kidney tumors) in November of 1998.
There are many forms of death sentence. The cruelest fall upon those who couldn't deserve them less. Every 3 1/2 minutes in America, a child is diagnosed with cancer. No single arc covers all of human complexity. Unfortunately, cancer will touch the lives of every single living person at one time or another, either by directly afflicting them, a friend, or a loved one. No one is spared, young or old.
This brand new section of DRI, represents painful memories that are slowly being transformed into creativity and insight. Michael and I as co-founders of this venue are plugging away at developing a social media stage where tributes and stories of survival and loss can be shared by the international prison population and those in the free world---living memorials to those whose bravery and dignity continue to inspire us.
This undertaking will require a significant volunteer mechanism of cancer blogger, tech-savvy folks, and nominal monetary contributions to get the word out.
The State of California will eventually resume executions here at San Quentin State Prison and in earnest, there is but one reason for the air, I still breathe---to do whatever I can in the loving memory of Nina, to change the face of these silent killers. My personal situation must not prevent you from willingly using your homepage to exchange trade links to and from this and our Convicts Against Cancer pages at Facebook. This voice is about ensuring that others have ample opportunity to educate themselves about cancer and more importantly,standing united against the disease of a thousand faces.
With prisoners worldwide, one can envision the willing participation from those in various hobby-craft programs. At the outset, our idea is to enlist these prisoners and outside knitting / crocheting societies to donate thousands of colorful, kid-friendly beanie caps and scarves so that we can cover the little heads of children who have or who will lose their hair to chemotherapy, radiation, etc. , building bridges of redemption through these and other rehabilitative efforts.
Suffering children have always touched the hearts and minds of men and women in custody and the free world, and no one has ever brought a pilot program to the world quite like this. Convicts Against Cancer wants to work with agencies like, Locks of Love, StandUp2Cancer, Children's Hospital, Madison's Foundation, and a good many others who'll embrace these efforts as we get underway. My brother and his wife are avid bicyclists and have participated in several charity bicycle events, rides, races, etc. Events benefiting cancer research (like bike races) are on our agenda, but we need your help putting them together.
We've been planning to become a 501C(3) non-profit organization so as to meet the Better Business Bureau's "Standards of Charity Accountability", fundraising practices, and solicitations much like this one. Don't let the name fool you, we intend to set an international stage where benevolence thrives. We're willing to put your money and materials where our mouths are by getting you and yours involved. As it relates to current goals, we aim to develop a significant online educational presence by making Cancer-related literature available to prisoners and free people everywhere, and we'll certainly need to locate and find a way to cover the costs associated with the production of small custom fabric labels to have them sewn onto the knitted goods.
Anything you can contribute to these deserving efforts, please don't hesitate to contact us immediately. We need tons of active participants to make this work. Friend us @ facebook today and share us with your buddy list; pledge a token of your solidarity right here on this site toward our goal; assisst us in obtaining various inexpensive essentials (yarn for knitters, etc) and help us connect the dots with every major cancer venue and blogger online so that we can fully optimize this effort and ease the burdens and fears of families facing assorted cancers --- families desperate to save their loved ones.
Please let your heart lead the way, Thank you, the DRI project.
The DRI project, C/O Convicts Against Cancer, 3298 North Glassford Hill Road, Suite # 104/PMB # 154, Prescott Valley, AZ. 86314
Correspondents: Spencer Brasure, P.O. Box # P-10000 San Quentin, CA. 94964-0001 USA
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