Monday, April 25, 2005

A woman walking, part 2

Last week we told you about Lisa Thomas, a 52-year-old African American woman who is walking from her home town in Alabama all the way to Washington, D.C. to protest hunger and to protest the death penalty. The journey is 925 miles.

From Project Hope in Alabama, we learn that Lisa has made it to Charlotte, North Carolina. It's cold there, but it looks like she had some sleeping bags donated.

To follow Lisa's journey, go to Project Hope's blog here. When you get there, scroll down a little bit and you will see a wonderful press release People of Faith Against the Death Penalty did to publicize her trip through North Carolina.

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