Prison Reform Team Presents

by | Nov 28, 2018 | Prison Reform/Death Penalty Task Force

An Evening with Khalil Rushdan on December 17

Khalil Rushdan will present his story live to a small audience at the Desert Southwest Conference center in Phoenix, Arizona. Reserve your seat or request the livestream link by contacting Billie Fidlin, Director of Outreach at bfidlin@dscumc.org.

About the event

Khalil Rushdan

Khalil Rushdan

In the fall of 2011, Khalil Rushdan walked out of prison a free man, after serving 15 years of a 25-year sentence following his conviction for first-degree murder. The Arizona Justice Project worked to free Rushdan as he was wrongly imprisoned. Hear the details of Khalil’s journey and about the work he does now as a mentor and resource for formerly incarcerated individuals, as well as his work as a leader who brings solutions to the community empowering others by helping to rebuild their lives upon release from incarceration.

Date:  Monday, December 17th
Time: 6:30 to 8:30 pm
Place: Desert Southwest Conference, 1550 East Meadowbrook Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona, in the Galvan meeting room and LIVE streamed.
RSVP to Billie K. Fidlin, Director of Outreach, via email at bfidlin@dscumc.org.

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