STOP the Execution of Rodney Reed! Statewide Rally on November 9th at the Governor’s Mansion in Austin, TX

Posted October 29, 2019

Join us on Saturday, November 9, 2019 in Austin, Texas. We need as many folks as possible to come to Austin and demand that Governor Abbott and the State of Texas STOP THE EXECUTION of Rodney Reed! We are inviting folks from all around Texas and the country to join us to demand justice for Rodney Reed and Stacey Stites. Please mark your calendars and spread the word!

Speakers will include:
Rodrick Reed – Brother of Rodney Reed
Sandra Reed – Mother of Rodney Reed
Heather Campbell Stobbs – cousin of Stacey Stites
Shaun King – Writer and national Black Lives Matter activist and co-founder of Real Justice PAC
Lee Merritt – National civil rights attorney who focuses on cases of police brutality, hate crimes, and corporate discrimination
Rep. Vikki Goodwin – Texas House Member, District 47
Mark Clements – Former juvenile Life Without Parole prisoner from Illinois
Shujaa Graham – exonerated death row prisoner from California
Juan Melendez – exonerated death row prisoner from Florida
Robert Muhammad – Leader of Austin Nation of Islam
Mike Siegel – Congressional candidate for Texas district 10
Kevin Gannon – Retired NYPD detective from A&E’S Dead Again
Deke Pierce – Candidate for Travis County Constable, Precinct 2
Reverend Byron Green – Pastor at Mount Carmel Baptist Church in Elgin, TX
Delia Perez Meyer – sister of TX death row prisoner Louis Castro Perez

Performance by Riders Against the Storm

Saturday, November 9, 2019, 2:00 PM
Texas Governor’s Mansion, 1010 Colorado St, Austin, TX
More speakers to be announced soon! Updates here:

We will be collecting petitions and clemency letters at this event, and will have information about further actions in November to stop the execution!


64 thoughts on “STOP the Execution of Rodney Reed! Statewide Rally on November 9th at the Governor’s Mansion in Austin, TX

  1. Tammy Baker

    State of Texas and all government officials, do the right thing and give this man a fair trial This is Injustice 101! Do the DNA test. Why murder someone for a murder they didn’t commit? Injustice…..


  2. John Kauffman

    He is an innocent man. Killing him is unjust! When you save one life you help the entire world. Please consider his case with compassion.


  3. Nydesha

    He’s innocent so let him go ! He doesn’t deserve to die for something someone else ADMITTED to doing . Don’t let this man die !


  4. Melita

    Death closes a door no person can open. Don’t let the finality of death close the door on the possibility of Reed’s innocence. Please give Mr. Reed a chance to prove his innocence!


  5. Juju

    If The Real Suspect Confessed, Why Should Rodney Still Be Locked Up? Knowing He’s INNOCENT BY LAW? Set Rodney FREE! He Doesn’t Deserve To Die! He Has Already Lost A Lot Of Years In A Cage For Something That He Didn’t Do.


  6. Renee

    Free Rodney this system is so corrupted . They already took some years away from this innocent man …Now they wanna take his life…. Let him go !!!


  7. Chuntae Hunter

    Do not take another innocent life , free this innocent man. It’s time to make a change , stop framing and killing innocent men and women begins lies and hate. Do the right thing , grant clemency , stop the execution. God bless you Rodney , don’t stop praying and continue to seek God through this.


  8. Tina Miller

    To take this man’s life with no evidence is murder itself and those that take any party in trying to execute him are murders themselves!
    Mr. Reed should have never been convicted of murdering this woman; or was he convicted for BEING BLACK IN TEXAS??? “FREE RODNEY REED!”


  9. Nia Marie

    His sentence was clearly over exaggerated and needs to be stopped. They know he’s innocent but then again they still want to kill and stop the black male from achieving in society.



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