Virginia State Penitentiary presentation
Virginia Museum of History & Culture, Richmond, VA.
Nov. 9, 2019
Theme Park Babylon launch, Chop Suey Books, Richmond. 2019
Standers launch, Chop Suey Books, Richmond. 2012
With Virginia State Penitentiary historical marker, 2017. Photo by Scott Elmquist, Style Weekly.
Signing books, Virginia Museum of History and Culture.
Discussing death penalty abolition with an attendee at CPAC, Washington Harbor, 2019.
Death penalty abolition panel, Charlottesville, Va, 2019. With (L to R) Shane Claiborne, Michael Stone, Susan Brumfield, Dale Brumfield, former death row prisoner/now paralegal Joe Giarratano.
With death penalty abolitionist Sister Helen Prejean, Hampton Va. 2018
Dale Brumfield's Banner Lecture on the Virginia State Penitentiary at the Virginia Museum of History and Culture, Nov. 9, 2019
Dale Brumfield's appearance on the show "Inside Scoop" with Catherine Read on Fairfax TV ch. 10 on Sept. 3, 2018, talking about Virginia's death penalty.
This is a promotional video made for "Rock "N" Roll Hotel," the aborted MTV-style feature-length music video made in Richmond in 1982. Starring Judd Nelson, Rachel Sweet, Matthew Penn, Dick Shawn, Joe Grifasi and Donna McKechnie. Directed by Paul Justman, produced by Peter Rodis and Schuster Films. The first version was made in "Wondervision" 3-D but was never released. The second version exists only as a 2-D dub of a VHS tape found in a closet in Culver City, California. This promotional video was also pulled from a 31-year-old VHS tape, and contains a scene not in the final movie - the "I Love Rock and Roll" number.