Death Penalty | Restorative Justice

Those at risk of execution across the United States are primarily men, disproportionately African-American, and range in age from late teens to 70s and 80s. They are overwhelmingly poor and vulnerable. Many death row residents: mental illness, intellectual disability, childhood abuse, serious trauma, and more. Restorative justice is a theory of justice that emphasizes repairing the harm caused by criminal behavior. Cooperative processes that include all stakeholders can lead to transformation of people, relationships and communities.

Catholic Mobilizing Network

Amplify the Catholic Church’s strong pro-life stance against the death penalty by mobilizing women religious.

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  • $55,000 Funding Goal
  • $125 Fund Raised
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