Although most of the spring break reviews by the Texas County and District Attorney’s Association’s (TDCAA) blog is negative, I found this comment by a prosecutor from Fort Worth named “Ray” interesting.He said: “On a more serious note, I am not at all concerned with young people engaged in any sort of political discussion. Having…read more
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A big hat’s off to Scott Cobb with the Texas Moratorium Network and Hooman and all the youth with the Texas Students Against the Death Penalty for their hard work this week. These young folks made an enthusiastic abolitionist statement yesterday in Huntsville outside the Walls Unit where the state of Texas murdered Tommie Hughes….read more
Matt Pederson Staff Reporter Many college and high school students prefer to head somewhere tropical to spend their spring break, but a few came right here to Huntsville on Wednesday, and they came with a purpose. Students from all over the state, and a few from across the country, flocked to Huntsville to take part…read more
Taken from TMN Blog Texas Students Against the Death Penalty has done an execellent job preparing for this year’s Anti-Death Penalty Alternative Spring Break, March 13-17 in Austin. This will be an invaluable hands-on, learning experience for students, who will plan and carry out various activities, including a protest in Huntsville. Students will gain valuable…read more
TSADP just received a $1000 grant from Center for American Progress to use for the Anti-Death Penalty Spring Break Alternative. During the spring break I am going to ask students to share their experiences with you in this blog. So please come back! We are renting a bus and making a trip to Huntsville on…read more
By Ashley RichardsThe University Star The typical college Spring Break has been painted in the minds of young people for more than a decade based on documentaries from MTV’s Cancun getaways. Venturing from that stereotype, mtvU, the network’s university-affiliated station, will be following students next week as they spend their break time in Austin at…read more