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Questioning Capital Punishment

Helen Prejean

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This item is despatched from the USA. Postage is included in the price. Although not a regular occurrence, customers in other countries may be charged import duty by their own customs authorities. This programme is only available in NTSC DVD format. Please confirm your DVD player can read NTSC DVDs prior to placing your order.

Questioning Capital Punishment with Sr. Helen Prejean is a five session DVD study featuring one of the world's leading authorities on and outspoken critics of state-sponsored execution.

  • Session 1: Crossing the Breach
  • Session 2: What in God’s Name?
  • Session 3: A Change of Heart
  • Session 4: Radical Forgiveness
  • Session 5: Next Steps


NB This programme is only available in NTSC DVD format. Please confirm your DVD player can read NTSC DVDs prior to placing your order.


Featuring Sr. Helen Prejean

A Roman Catholic Sister and leading American advocate for the abolition of the death penalty, Sr. Helen has ministered to numerous inmates on death row, and has authored two books based on those experiences, Dead Man Walking and The Death of Innocents: An Eyewitness Account of Wrongful Executions. She is the founder of the Death Penalty Discourse Center in New Orleans.

Net proceeds from the sales of Questioning Capital Punishment will benefit the Death Penalty Discourse Network.

“Electric Chair” copyright © 2007 Janet McKenzie, JanetMcKenzie.com Used with permission.

This item is despatched from the USA. Postage is included in the price. Although not a regular occurrence, customers in other countries may be charged import duty by their own customs authorities.

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Author(s) Helen Prejean
Date Added 10 Feb 2009

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