Alice Kim is the director of human rights practice at the University of Chicago’s Pozen Center for Human Rights, teaches at a maximum security prison with the Prison+Neighborhood Arts Project, and is a co-founder of Chicago Torture Justice Memorials. She is co-editor of The Long Term: Resisting Life Sentences, Working Toward Freedom (Haymarket Books).

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Mothers of the Movement Fight to Abolish the Death Penalty in Illinois
There was a saying among the mothers: “We’re there for every mother’s son.”
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My Brother on Death Row
Troy Davis' sister speaks out, as Davis awaits a Supreme Court decision.
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Dead Man Waiting
For the second time, a court has stayed the execution of Georgia death row prisoner Troy Davis
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N.J. Closes Death Row