Death Penalty and Execution Protest Photos, Photographs and Images
Starvin' for Justice: Fast and Vigil
Fast and Vigil to End the Death Penalty
Washington, DC ~ June 29 - July 2, 2006

For four days, activists, former death row prisoners, community leaders, murder victim family members, and others fast and vigil outside the United States Supreme Court in Washington D.C. The Abolitionist Action Committee sponsors the annual event to mark the anniversary of two important court rulings in 1972 and 1976.


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Ringing the bell for justice. Matthew Fogg of Amnesty International ringing the bell for justice. Virginians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty (VADP).
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George White, center, and other murder victim family members from MVFR and MVFHR. The walking stick that Sam Reese Sheppard used to walk from New Orleans to Boston to promote nonviolence. George White and Bill Pelke, founders of Journey of Hope... from Violence to Healing.
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Abe Bonowitz.
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A Catholic Bishop. A member of the Campaign to End the Death Penalty (CEDP).
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Kurt Rosenberg, from Witness Against Innocence, introduces a group of seven wrongfully convicted prisoners. Kurk Rosenberg and members of Witness Against Innocence. Exoneree Ron Keine and his wife.
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Ray Krone, flanked by other wrongfully convicted. Ray Krone, the 100th exonerated prisoner from death row. Ron Keine, an exonerated death row prisoner from New Mexico.
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Gary Beeman, exonerated death row prisoner from Ohio. Harold Wilson, exonerated prisoner #123 from Pennsylvania.
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Shujja Graham. Shujja Graham, from CA death row, and other exonerated. A wrongfully convicted.
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George White, who was convicted of murdering his wife, was found innocent and released from prison. Larry Cox, executive director of Amnesty International, Larry Cox, executive director of Amnesty International,
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Larry Cox, executive director of Amnesty International, with AIUSA volunteers holding banners. Ron Kaz staffs the petition and literature table.

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