Adult Learning Council Film Discussion Group
Friday, September 8, 2017
Pizza at 6pm, film begins at 6:30pm
Wicker Room, South Campus
($5 suggested donation for pizza)
In recognition of the Ministry of Presence of First Community Church, we present this true-life story of one woman’s determination to correct a miscarriage of justice.
After her brother Kenny is found guilty of murder, Betty Ann embarks on an 18-year mission to overturn his conviction of life without parole. Along the way she finds a new friend, Abra, to stand strong with her. Starting with less than a high school education, Betty Ann passes the bar, combs through evidence, enlists the help of Barry Scheck (co-founder of the Innocence Project) and relentlessly challenges the system that won’t admit its failings.
The FCC Ministry of Presence is a dedicated group of men and women who reach out to those incarcerated at the Franklin Medical Center and the Chillicothe Correctional Institute which houses death row inmates. Participants of this ministry will be present for the discussion following the film.
Please RSVP by Thursday, September 7, to Jennie Nickel at (614) 529-9930 or email@example.com if you plan to attend.
Call Adult Learning Office at 614 488.0681 ext 219
or email Christy Caine at CCaine@FCchurch.com