Day of Remembrance: Troy Davis LivesSeptember 26, 2011
The state of Georgia shocked the world when it took Troy Davis’ life last Wednesday. But in the wake of that outrage, the movement to end the death penalty has only grown in numbers and energy.
We have heard innumerable stories of consciousness raising and transformation. People did not go home from the various protests despondent. Like us, they have committed to not forgetting what happened and are emboldened, redoubling efforts to end the callous system that has demonstrated it has no business taking human life.
On Saturday, October 1, join us for a Day of Remembrance.
Join us in Savannah for Troy Davis’ funeral. The service is open to the public, but media cameras will not be permitted:
October 1, 11am
“Celebration of Life Service”
Jonesville Baptist Church
5201 Montgomery St., Savannah, Georgia
For those of you who cannot make it to Savannah, please wear an “I am Troy Davis” t-shirt or black armband with “Not in my name” written on it and change your Facebook profile picture to this image:
Those wishing to send cards or donations to the Davis family:
“I am Troy Davis,” P.O. Box 2105, Savannah, GA 31407
Contributions to the Davis children’s college savings accounts can be made payable to Martina Correia, put “college fund” in the memo.
Flowers and plants can be sent to:
Sidney A. Jones and Campbell Funeral Services
124 West Park Avenue, Savannah, GA 31401-6439
If you have not yet signed the “Not in my name” pledge, please be sure to do so.
Troy Davis did not die in vain. We will make certain of that.