A PHOTOGRAPHIC JOURNEY INTO THE U.S. DEATH PENALTY With human rights photojournalist, Scott Langley

Event
Sunday, April 29, 2012

A PHOTOGRAPHIC JOURNEY INTO THE U.S. DEATH PENALTY With human rights photojournalist, Scott Langley

The Ku Klux Klan rallying in support of a black man’s execution in Texas. The North Carolina death row warden wheeling a gurney into the execution chamber. The moment that Troy Davis was executed in Georgia. These are just a few of the images captured in this dynamic photography presentation. The images depict an insider's hour-by-hour walk-through of what happens on an execution night, taking the viewer from the prison deathwatch cell into the actual lethal injection chamber. Photos from Troy Davis's recent execution in Georgia tell the story of what happens outside a prison in the moments leading up to execution. The presentation also includes original photos from execution vigils (both for and against the death penalty), marches, rallies, portraits of exonerated death row prisoners, candid emotional and prayerful moments, and celebrities who are outspoken on the issue. The photographs, together with Langley's narratives, uniquely combine art, journalism and education into a poignant and powerful experience.

Event Time: 2:00-4:00pm

Timber Ridge at Talus, Evergreen Room
100 Timber Ridge Way NW
Issaquah, WA 98027
United States