death penalty prejean sister helen prejean death penalty moratorium
death penalty prejean helen sister helen prejean death penalty sister helen prejean

Het is echter waarschijnlijk dat sommige auto-immuunziekten, zoals multiple sclerose en auto-immuun schildklierziekte, apotheek online veel langer symptomen zullen blijven geven dan andere. In het geval van Dr.



From Sister Helen Prejean, Founder
Welcome to The Moratorium Campaign.
Ever since my first book, Dead Man Walking, was published I have been traveling across the country giving talks, helping people to see through the illusions of the death penalty and call for its termination. Every talk I give ends with an invitation for citizens to sign a petition calling for a moratorium on government killings, and people have signed, in the hundreds of thousands.
Now, with the completion of my second book, The Death of Innocents: An Eyewitness Account of Wrongful Executions, The Moratorium Campaign is working with renewed vigor to deepen the discourse around the death penalty and to bring about moratoria across the USA.

We see a number of states, including New Mexico, New Jersey and New York, seriously contemplating either a moratorium or the complete abolition of the death penalty. We see the number of innocent people exonerated from death row now 117 and growing. We see mounting evidence that convinces even proponents of the death penalty that the system is seriously flawed.

Here, at The Moratorium Campaign, we are working to see every state declare a moratorium on executions. We are currently mapping out a plan of action to help people throughout the country take solid, practical steps towards achieving a moratorium in their state.

As part of that plan of action, we are redesigning and refocusing this Web site. So please check back soon to find out what you can do to help end state killings.

Click here to download and view AVI Video of Sister Helen Prejean and Ray Krone, The 100th person to be exonerated! (~6 MB)

Click here to download and view AVI Video of Sister Helen Prejean speaking at Loyola University in New Orleans about the Death Penalty. (~6 MB)


Contact us at [email protected]

Our address is:
The Moratorium Campaign
586 Harding Blvd.
Baton Rouge, LA 70807


National Organizations I State Organizations I International Organizations

National Organizations

Equal Justice USA

ACLU: Death Penalty Campaign

Amnesty International

Citizens United For Alternatives to the Death Penalty

Death Penalty Information Center

Friends Committee on National Legislation- Death Penalty

Human rights watch: the death penalty in the USA:

The Journey of Hope...from Violence to Healing:

National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty

Murder Victim's Families for Reconciliation

Prison Activist Resource Center

Prison Talk

Students Against the Death Penalty

State Organizations

alaskans against the death penalty:

campaign to end the death penalty:

coalition of Arizonians to abolish the death penalty:

coloradans against the death penalty:

Connecticut Network to Abolish the Death Penalty

Death Penalty Focus of California

Floridians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty

illinois coalition against the death penalty:

iowans against the death penalty:

kentucky coalition to abolish the death penalty:

massachusetts citizens against the death penalty:

new mexico coalition to repeal the death penalty:

Ohioans to stop executions:

pennsylvania abolitionists united against the death penalty:

South Florida Committee Against the Death Penalty:

tennessee coalition to abolish the death penalty:

Texas Moratorium Network

Virginians For Alternatives To The Death Penalty

Washington Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty

New Yorkers Against the Death Penalty

washington coalition to abolish the death penalty:

International Organizations

International Youth for a Moratorium

Moratorium 2000 Community of St. Egidio