The struggle to free unfairly-convicted Mumia Abu-Jamal took a significant step forward on Sept. 3 when his attorneys submitted two documents to the Pennsylvania Superior Court.
Author: Kushi Amlak-Sakhu
In America, there is a common conversation between black parents and their children, long known as “the talk”. It is about what to do when approached by a police officer. How to talk. How to act. How, simply, to survive.
In July the US Attorney General announced that the federal government would resume executions of those who have been sentenced to death – designating five men on federal death row to be killed by lethal injection.
Indigenous deaths in custody have worsened in the 12 months since Guardian Australia released its Deaths Inside project, with 17 more deaths recorded since August last year.
4WardEver UK and the United Families & Friends Campaign are calling on affected families to support new research to be conducted by Dr Nadine El-Enany, examining what drives campaigns and what families understand justice to mean.
On July 25, the US Attorney General announced that the federal government would once again practice capital punishment in relation to five death-row inmates convicted of murder, torture and rape of children and the elderly.
Family and supporters of a man on death row, convicted of capital murder, rallied at the State Capitol Wednesday. Rodney Reed was convicted of murder and sentenced to death in 1998. His supporters want new trial for Reed.
NPR’s Rachel Martin talks to Hannah Cox, of Conservatives Concerned About the Death Penalty, about the Trump administration announcing plans to reinstate capital punishment in federal cases.