Will Stewart-Starks is just one of many Kansans who are opposed to the death penalty. Will is the Kansas State Chair of Young Americans for Liberty, and he is concerned with issues of innocence, cost and morality. Watch the video below to hear Will talk about why he thinks Kansas should … [Read More...]
Mary Sloan, KCADP Executive Director, ties a yellow ribbon around the Tree of Healing at the annual Commemoration Ceremony. Thank you to all of those who participated!
Read more about the ceremony here.
Photo and Story by Glenn Bartlett (Kansas … [Read More...]
Kirk Bloodsworth, Advocacy Director of Witness to Innocence and a death row exoneree, will speak on wrongful convictions and the death penalty here in Kansas (please see below for locations, dates, and times of each event).
Mr. Bloodsworth was accused and convicted of a horrific crime: … [Read More...]
The KCADP Spring 2013 newsletter is now available online!
Need to catch up on death penalty and legislative session news? Read our recap of KCADP’s legislative session work and our bill introductions!
The Maryland Legislature’s vote to repeal the death penalty has been big news … [Read More...]
George Weeks, a KCADP volunteer from Pittsburg, was featured in the Pittsburg Morning Sun this week.
George says that he always "leaned against" the death penalty, but in the last three years he has become much more supportive of abolition.
Issues like the cost of … [Read More...]