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More than two million Americans are incarcerated in prisons and jails. These are often violent, difficult, and unhealthy places. But if prison is dangerous, how much more so – is Death Row? And how does a person live, knowing the only way out is death by execution?
Our guests are writer Tessie Castillo, and Terry Robinson, a resident of Death Row in North Carolina. Along with others on Death Row, they wrote “Crimson Letters: Voices from Death Row”
capital punishment, death penalty, U.S. prisons, death row, incarceration, penal system, reform, morality, humanity
Criminal Law | Criminal Procedure | Criminology | Criminology and Criminal Justice | Ethics and Political Philosophy | Law and Race | Law and Society | Law Enforcement and Corrections | Legal Profession | Race and Ethnicity | Social and Cultural Anthropology
David A. Harris,
Ep. 124 - Voices from Death Row,
Available at: https://scholarship.law.pitt.edu/criminal-injustice/2