Category Archives: Exonerated

Case Defaulted

October 21 – Texas Journey in Dallas! If you are passionate about human rights and want to learn, there is one place for you: the SMU Embrey Human Rights Program in Dallas, directed by Dr. Rick Halperin. Continue reading

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3 Days in Paris (Against the Death Penalty)

October 10 – Texas Journey in 5 days! Raising awareness against the death penalty must take place on two fronts: where it has been abolished (because – as Sandrine Ageorges-Skinner said on Friday – nothing is permanently achieved) and where it is still in practice. This is why we are going to Texas. Continue reading

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Meet Curtis McCarty

October 5 – Texas Journey in 10 days! What if the person on death row is innocent? I personally oppose the death penalty in all circumstances, whether innocent or guilty. But what if the person is indeed innocent? Continue reading

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Not In Our Name!

September 29 – Texas Journey in 16 days! On April 29, 2009, I attended a conference in Hamburg and was fortunate enough to hear and meet Bill Pelke. This event profoundly changed my life. One year later, I was the first non-American to be accepted on the Journey of Hope…From Violence to Healing board of directors. Continue reading

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Easy To Be Hard

September 28 – Texas Journey in 17 days! Last night, the state of Georgia legally killed Brandon Rhode. This marked the 40th execution in the United States in 2010. Continue reading

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