Troy Davis Rally May 19th 6PM Union Square

Global Day of Action for Troy Davis May 19 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Union Square New York City, NY Join the Global Day of Action for Troy Davis As many of you know Troy Davis' 30-day stay of execution expires on May 16, and an execution could be scheduled for…Read More

Wrongfully convicted man speaks Monday at St. Francis College, Brooklyn, 6PM.

"Wrongly Convicted of Murder, Now Fighting For Others" Where: St. Francis College Callahan Center 180 Remsen Street, Brooklyn Heights, NY 11201 When: Monday, March 23 6:00pm – 8:00pm FREE & OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Jeffery Deskovic was tried and convicted for…Read More

Holiday Card Writing to Death Row Inmates

... The Campaign to End the Death Penalty Invites you to. . . A HOLIDAY CARD-WRITING PARTY Tuesday, December 16, 7:00PM Yippie Museum Cafe 9 Bleecker Street, New York (Take 6 to Bleecker, or B,D,F,V to Broadway-Lafayette) *** This holiday season, the…Read More

Exoneree Jeffrey Deskovic interview on webradio

Jeffrey Deskovic, who spent 16 years in prison for a Peekskill murder he did not commit, did a riveting one-hour interview on Northeast Public radio recently with host Dr. Alan Chartok. You can listen to Jeffrey's interview on the web: http://www.alancharRead More

Pro-death penalty Spitzer is gone!

An easy victory for us, we now have an anti-death penalty governor. I'll be sending out information about our new tactics in approaching him, what our demands should be. Until then, if you know any current/ former prosecutors or law enforcement officers who…Read More

New York Abolitionist Events March 5th and 6th

New Yorkers Against the Death Penalty 516 849 2363 ************************************************************** AWARENESS-RAISING EVENTS NEXT WEEK, MARCH 5 & 6TH in ROCKVILLE CENTER and SELDEN!! BRING FRIENDS, ALLIES, STUDENTS,AND THE…Read More

October Events in New York

The Flawed Justice State: N.Y. Exoneree Speaks Out in October Events New Yorker Jeffrey Deskovic was 17 when a jury found him guilty of a murder he did not commit. If the jury knew then that DNA evidence did not match Deskovic, how did this happen? Why did…Read More
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