Death Row Support Project
Write letters of Christian support to a death row prisoner.
Wikipedia's Capital Punishment Page
Online encyclopedia entry that covers the basics.
Wikipedia's Capital Punishment in America Page
Online encyclopedia entry that covers the basics.
Wikipedia's Death Row Page
Online encyclopedia entry with location of each state's death row (which prison it's in) plus Federal and Military death row locations.
National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty
Crisp layout with updated news.
Oklahoma Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty
Compelling photos of OK's Death Row, called H-Unit.
DPIC (Death Penalty Information Center)
Chock-full of useful info and statistics.
Floridians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty
Lots of up-to-date info!
ACLU's End the DP pages
Amnesty International's End the DP pages
A worldwide perspective.
Innocence Project
Barry Sheck (an OJ trial lawyer) started this group which works to free the wrongfully convicted from prison by testing DNA evidence.
Virginians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty
Ohioans to Stop Executions
A blog which includes a list of local meetings.
Project Hope to Abolish the Death Penalty
Alabama death penalty news and events compiled by Death Row prisoners.
Abolitionist Action Committee
Sponsors protests and fasts. Also sells Anti-Death Penalty T-shirts and bumper stickers online.
Deadman Talking Blog
Death Row prisoner Dean Carter explains what life is like inside San Quentin.
Texas Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty
Death Penalty Blog
A blog by a lawyer who defends clients in death penalty cases. Includes detailed legal updates.
Sister Helen Prejean's Site
The nun in Dead Man Walking. Includes a schedule of her speaking engagements and press articles.
Bureau of Justice Statistics
Some official stats and charts from the government.
American Catholic: DP and the Catholic Church
Short info; Bible passages and a prayer.
Kentucky Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty
statistics
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crimes with DP
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