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Weekly Report from the Board Meeting at Holman Prison 12.4.19

  Weekly Report from the Board Meeting at Holman Prison 12.4.19


 During the week of Thanksgiving we were very pleased and honored to sign a “Record of Gift” to the University of North Alabama and Special Collections Archives for the material we are sending them. Among other duties it means that “due care for the protection, preservation of the material will be afforded” as the UNA Archives will own the material. We are extremely grateful that our records have found such a special and permanent place. Among them are documents dear to our heart such as the death certificates of Cornelius Singleton and Darrell Grayson which leave no doubt of cause of death:” homicide and institutional homicide.” Some very special people will also have their rightful place in the archives, Murder Victims’ Family Members who signed a form asking the state for a moratorium. On a personal note we were glad to be able to donate our past Chairman’s and forever friend Darrell Grayson’s handwritten poems for his special corner where he will be remembered long after the state employees who murdered him will be forgotten!


The Christmas edition of Wings of Hope has been completed and is at our printer. Without being the least bit biased there is no doubt that the reader has a treat in store!


We have extended an invitation to the latest arrival on death row to come for orientation and helpful hints for life on death row. We hope he will choose to attend.


Our Christmas card list has been updated and is now available on our website. http://www.phadp.org/?q=node/801 


We continue to thank anonymous donors who gave by going to our website and using the “donate” button and of course also those who gave directly. We also thank all those who recently joined our Facebook page.  Our thanks to all who believe in what we do and stand with us.                                                               


                                                                                 Esther