October 27, 2005

NCADP 2005

The Preeimenent Conference of the Abolition Movement

This year's conference comes at a pivotal time for the Abolition movement. Our conference will draw youth and students, families of murder victims and death row prisoners, people of faith, civil rights activist and others to celebrate the recent progress that has been made in making the public and policy makers understand that the system is flawed an the status quo must change.

NCADP 2005 : Turning Wins into Winning
Hyatt Regency on Town Lake
208 Barton Springs Road
Austin, Texas 7807

October 28-30, 2005


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October 18, 2005

Declaration of Life

A Declaration of Life

I, the undersigned, being of sound and disposing mind and memory, do hereby in the presence of witnesses make this Declaration of Life,

I believe that the killing of one human being by another is morally wrong.

I believe it is morally wrong for any state or other governmental entity to take the life of a human being for any reason

I believe that capital punishment is not a deterrent to crime and serves only the purpose of revenge.

THEREFORE, I hereby declare that should I die as a result of a violent crime, I request that the person or persons found guilty of homicide for my killing not be subject to or put in jeopardy of the death penalty under any circumstances, no matter how heinous their crime or how much I may have suffered. The death penalty would only increase my suffering.

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October 15, 2005

October 03, 2005

The Justice Project

Every day we learn more about innocent men and women spending years on death row for crimes they did not commit. The criminal justice system in which we've placed our faith is broken.

We need your help to ensure that no innocent person is ever wrongfully convicted. If you'd like to receive news updates and action alerts about what you can do to help address this broken system, enter your email address in the box below.

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