Death Penalty Action’s spark of life is to save lives by supporting and encouraging activism to stop executions and end the death penalty.
Yesterday during a powerful live conversation, Sister Helen Prejean connected the callings of various faith traditions to do what we can to help others who are suffering. Sister Helen spoke about an empowering “spark of life within each of us.” Death Penalty Action’s spark of life is to save lives by supporting and encouraging activism to stop executions and end the death penalty.
If the spark is within you, please click here to make a generous donation today in support of Death Penalty Action’s work.
Watch yesterday’s and past Voices of Experience on the Death Penalty presentations on the Death Penalty Action Facebook page. And join us next Tuesday at 3pm when we’ll hear from the Chairman of the Board of Witness to Innocence and his wife, Kwame and LaShawn Ajamu. Kwame is one of Ohio’s nine exonerated death row survivors. LaShawn co-chairs a committee to better services for ALL murder victim family members. Both are founding members of Death Penalty Action’s Board of Advisors.
Whether you are celebrating Passover, Good Friday and Easter, the upcoming Ramadan, another holiday or have no religion, we wish all the best to you and yours during this unprecedented holiday season.
With hope, love and prayers for everyone impacted by the pandemic,
Scott Langley and Abraham J. Bonowitz
Death Penalty Action Co-Directors