Sister Helen Prejean: Dead Man Walking
October 31 @ 6:00 pm
When Sister Helen Prejean became penpals with a death row inmate, she didn’t imagine that it would change the course of her life. Now, nearly forty years later, Sister Helen is one of the world’s foremost anti-death penalty advocates, and Dead Man Walking, her harrowing, empathetic account of the impacts of capital punishment, has become essential reading.
CHF strives to eliminate barriers by making the following services available to you:
- wheelchair accessible seats,
- aisle seating,
- assistive listening devices,
- american sign language interpretation,
- open captions,
- seating close to stage,
- audio descriptions,
- and large print or braille programs.
You may request accommodations from the audience services representative at 312-605-8444 or at firstname.lastname@example.org