Arguments against the death penalty

The Constitution in Crisis Pt 4

By The New School / Fora TV, on 1 January 2007

Bryan Stevenson discusses criminal justice in the United States. He discusses the influence of race in the outcome of criminal justice cases and uses social statistics to give the listeners a broader view of why the US state prisons are comprised of more of one race or another. Between chapter 4 and 8 Stevenson discusses the seemingly inherent racial bias to the administration of capital punishment in the United States.

  • Document type Arguments against the death penalty
  • Themes list Minorities, Discrimination,