No Tomorrow: PBS Documentary on Capital Punshiment Screened at Harford Community College

From the League of Women Voters of Harford County:

The Sociology Department, the Political Awareness Association and the League of Women Voters of Harford County invite you to join us for a private pre-screening and discussion of the forthcoming PBS documentary, No Tomorrow.

No Tomorrow
Thursday, December 2nd
Edgewood Hall, room132

No Tomorrow investigates the murder of Risa Bejarano, the principal subject of the recent film, Aging Out, about teenagers leaving foster care. Shortly afterward, she was murdered. No Tomorrow explores how the film about Risa’s last year of life unexpectedly became the centerpiece of a homicide investigation and a trial that would determine whether the alleged killer would live or die.

While the trial focuses on whether Risa’s murderer deserves to die, several leading death penalty experts address the broader question of whether the state deserves to kill him. By painting an intimate portrait of the tragic end of two young lives, No Tomorrow provides a dramatic window into the complexity and controversy surrounding capital punishment. Visit to learn more about the film.

Admission is free.
For more information, contact Jane Howe, League of Women Voters Publicity/Events Chair, at 410-457-4849.


  1. Otto Smidlap says

    That’s right…Palin has a close friend, like Kaczynski, who blew up buildings like the Pentagon, and she announced her first run for political office in his home in Chicago and, uh, oh wait…nevermind.