A list of the most noble activists against the Death Penalty. These activists would try and raise awareness all around the world. They are ranked on their level of prominence. You are able to re-rank the list based on your opinion.
A activist group who has worked on abolishing the death penalty as a punishment. Because of this group 19 states in the district of Columbia are death penalty free. They help remove it by interacting with government officials and civilians based on the issue.
The California innocence project says that the death penalty is expensive. It can cost at most of $300,000 to sentence someone. As well as that it explains that the death penalty is brutal. It shows the past of the death penalty and a few ways the past death penalties have gone.
Michael Reggio descriptively shows the history of the death penalty. All the way from the 18th century BC to the present time period. He also shows a number of cases that the supreme court decided on.
DPIC is a national, non profit organization helping us understand information on issues of the death penalty. The organization started up in 1990 showing information from descriptive reports and journalist briefings. Now it serves as a purpose to help people understand what's really going on.
This is a map showing the death penalty representation in every state. It shows whether or not a state has it or not or if the state has a governor imposed moratorium. It is an extension off of the DPIC organization's page.