Prison Reform

Prison Reform

Close the Death Chamber

William Swanson and Jim E. Adams at the 163rd Convention of the Diocese of California of the Episcopal Church. Photo Credit: Helene Swanson. .

William Swanson and Jim E. Adams at the 163rd Convention of the Diocese of California of the Episcopal Church.
Photo Credit: Helene Swanson. .

A first Monday of the month Candlelight Vigil at San Quentin Prison, Marin County, CA.  See More…

On October 19, 2012 William Swanson discussed the pros and cons of the Death Penalty from a theological perspective with attendee Jim E. Adams at the 163rd Diocesan Convention of the Diocese of California. Active in prison law reform, the small group has been holding vigils since February 7th, 2011.

UPDATE:  Due to the untimely death of Founder William Swanson this program is being revisioned as we identify new ways to address the atrocities visited upon those imprisoned. William’s philosophy has shaped Katrina’s Dream and all that is to come.

Natural Causes Killed Victor, a Folk Opera

An opera written by George G. Swanson, a retired Episcopal priest.

Natural Causes

Robert Aldridge’s opera, Elmer Gantry, began as George Swanson was driving down I-95. The music was sweaty, pushing each other into the tent, eager, sceptical, hopeful, distracting ourselves from our G-d-awful problems. Swanson says he was hooked. See More…

Website and Articles on Prison Torture

A growing collection of various websites and articles that address Prison Torture here in the United States of America and around the world.  See More…

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