Our friends at TMN have been so moved and impressed by the hard work around Kenenth's case, that they have agreed to contribute half of the proceeds from their upcoming benefit to the Save Kenneth Foster Campaign! The success of this event depends on attendance, so please plan to be there!
WHO: Texas Moratorium Network
WHAT: "It Came From Austin!!!!" - A Benefit for Texas Moratorium Network and
the Save Kenneth Foster Campaign
WHEN: Saturday July 28, 2007 - 8:00 PM
WHERE: The Scoot Inn, 1308 E. 4th, Austin TX 78702
ADMISSION: $5-$10 sliding scale, 21+
TEXAS MORATORIUM NETWORK PRESENTS
"IT CAME FROM AUSTIN", A LIVE MUSIC/PERFORMANCE BENEFIT
SHOWCASE TO RAISE AWARENESS OF TEXAS DEATH
AUSTIN, TX - The Texas Moratorium Network
<http://www.texasmoratorium.org>(TMN) is organizing a benefit
show to help raise awareness of current death penalty issues in Texas,
raise money to fight the death penalty and gain new members. The benefit
is July 28 in Austin at the Scoot Inn. Show starts at 8 PM.
Fifty percent of the proceeds of the benefit will be donated to the
Save Kenneth Foster Campaign <http://www.freekenneth.com/>. The State of
Texas intends to execute
Kenneth Foster on August 30, despite the fact that he did not murder
anyone. Unlike any other state in this country, Texas utilizes a unique
statute called the Law of Parties which allows the State to subject a
person to death even though he did not kill, intend to kill, help or
encourage anyone to do so.
The other fifty percent of the proceeds will be used for the 8th Annual
March to Stop Executions in Houston on October 27.
Several Austin performers will participate, including the Austin
Chronicle's winner of 2006 BEST NEW BAND, the Texas Sapphires. There will
also be clowns, dancers, and various other performances.
The show's sponsors have donated various products and services which will
be raffled to attendees. Diablo Rojo, The Boiling Pot, Antone's Records
and Epoch Coffee will be donating gift certificates.
EastSide Pies will also donate pizza for attendees.
Bands and Performers:
Crystal Caviel, Projects Director