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Project Hope to Abolish the Death Penalty is an Alabama death row prisoner founded and run organization, established in 1989.

Our mission is to work together with friends and other supporters to educate the public and to bring about the abolition of the death penalty in Alabama.

Weekly Report from the Board Meeting at Holman Prison 2.15.17

Feb
15

Weekly Report from the Board Meeting at Holman Prison 2.15.17

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What Project Hope to Abolish the Death Penalty means to me.

Feb
13

We asked the Board to write on the topic “What Project Hope to Abolish the Death Penalty means to me”. This is the third article in this series. We hope it will give you some insights into who we are as well as what we are all about.

Hello to the readers and supporters of Project Hope to Abolish the Death Penalty. I am Jeffery Lee and I have been in prison for the past eighteen years and this is year seventeen here at Holman life row.

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Weekly Report from the Board Meeting at Holman Prison 2.8.17

Feb
08

Weekly Report from the Board Meeting at Holman Prison 2.8.17


Esther attended the SOS meeting in Selma. “Saving OurSelves - SOS: A Movement for Justice & Democracy” describes itself as a movement rather than an organization and we are grateful and proud to be one of the 40 plus organizations associated with it. We appreciated being given the opportunity to raise our issue and are very grateful to Senator Hank Sanders who once more pre-filed his 5 bills, as he has for so many years, addressing capital punishment.

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WHAT PROJECT HOPE TO ABOLISH THE DEATH PENALTY MEANS TO ME

Feb
06

We asked the Board to write on the topic “What Project Hope to Abolish the Death Penalty means to me”. This is the second article in this series. We hope it will give you some insights into who we are as well as what we are all about.
 
PROJECT HOPE TO ABOLISH THE DEATH PENALTY
 

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Weekly Report from the Board Meeting at Holman Prison 2.1.17

Feb
01

Weekly Report from the Board Meeting at Holman Prison 2.1.17

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What Project Hope Means to Me

Jan
30

We asked the Board to write on the topic “What Project Hope means to me”. This is the first article in this series. We hope it will give you some insights into who we are as well as what we are all about.

BROTHERHOOD AND HOPE

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Weekly Report from the Board Meeting at Holman Prison 1.25.17

Jan
25

Weekly Report from the Board Meeting at Holman Prison 1.25.17

Last week Anthony Tyson who had been the acting Chairman officially became the Chairman of our organization. Bart Johnson moved up to the position of Vice-Chair. Jeffery Lee is now our Secretary/Treasurer, Jessie Phillips is our Coordinator, Anthony Boyd because he is a master at keeping order remained in the important position of Sergeant at Arms and Randy Lewis carries on as our Information Director. These are all important positions with their specific duties.

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Weekly Report from the Board Meeting at Holman Prison 1.18.17

Jan
18

Weekly Report from the Board Meeting at Holman Prison 1.18.17


Yesterday faith leaders and members of the anti-death penalty group Abolitionist Action Committee (AAC) convened at the U.S. Supreme Court to mark the 40th anniversary of the first modern death penalty execution. We thank them for their commitment and a special thanks to the “more than a dozen” who were arrested.

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Weekly Report from the Board Meetinng at Holman Prison 1.11.17

Jan
11

Weekly Report from the Board Meeting at Holman Prison 1.11.17


Applause for California where prosecutorial misconduct became a felony last year! It says a lot about our justice system when “justice for all” even for those in power seems like a novel idea!

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ON THE INSIDE 12.8.16

Jan
05

                                                                 ON THE INSIDE 12.8.16

 I saw the news report at 5:00 p.m. announcing that there had not been any news on Ron. The USSC had not made a decision on his appeal. A lot of speculation was going around about the strategic move that his lawyers had made, and we also had faith in the same system that a month ago had given a stay to Thomas Arthur on similar issues.

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