March 25, 2019
CAPA and JFK Lancer Announce
2019 NID Conference
Courtyard Dallas Downtown/Reunion District
310 South Houston Street, Dallas
President Kennedy told us that democracy thrives only when citizens contribute their talents to the common good and that it is up to leaders to inspire citizens to acts of sacrifice.* As the Director of the annual "November In Dallas" conferences, it is my pleasure to announce that the prestigious group "Citizens Against Political Assassinations" (CAPA) will host the "CAPA November In Dallas Conference" beginning this November 22-23, 2019.
CAPA is led by Chairman Cyril H. Wecht, M.D., J.D., with goals including filing Freedom of Information Act requests and similar legal actions to enforce the law and undertake public education efforts to show the importance of disclosure to new generations.** Dr. Wecht has put together an excellent team to select speakers and organize the program, headed by Larry Schnapf. Of course, Lancer will participate in the new conference by maintaining the "Retail Room".
to reserve retail tables.
The years have gone by so fast that it is hard to believe Lancer has held conferences since 1996. None of this work could have been accomplished without Mary Ferrell, Robert Chapman, Sherry Fiester, Jim Olivier, George Michael Evica, Alan Dale, Larry Hancock, Brian Edwards, Casey Quinlan, David Knight, and my partner, Tom Jones. There are too many others to thank in this message so I invite you to our
to see the lists of chairpersons, speakers, special guests, and witnesses who graced us with their presence, their information, and their remembrances. On behalf of all of those persons and JFK Lancer, I thank you from my whole heart and mind for your support and participation.
JFK Lancer will carry on with publishing and our website. In fact, my time until November will be updating our website and getting several books ready for publication.
I will see you this November.
All my best,
Debra Conway, President JFK Lancer Productions & Publications
*Poetry And Power—The Inaugural Address Of John F. Kennedy