NCCADP Info Session

Zoom NC

Join the NCCADP for an hour-long online conversation to learn more about the state of the death penalty in North Carolina, the work of NCCADP, and how you can get involved. If you want to volunteer or simply connect with others across the state interested in abolishing the death penalty, this is the place to start. […]

NCCADP Info Session

Zoom NC

Join NCCADP director Noel Nickle for an hour-long online conversation to learn more about the state of the death penalty in North Carolina, the work of NCCADP, and how you can get involved. If you want to volunteer or simply connect with others across the state interested in abolishing the death penalty, this is the […]

CELEBRATING COMMUNITY: CREATING A NEW VISION OF JUSTICE

Pullen Park 520 Ashe Ave, Raleigh, NC

Join us for food and fellowship as we conclude our week of events marking 16 years of no executions in North Carolina. We will gather at Pullen Park (Shelter #4) for a potluck and program at 6 pm. NCCADP Community Engagement Coordinator, Nick Courmon, will emcee our evening and share “Poison Fruit”, a spoken word […]

Racist Roots Screening: Chelsea Theater, Chapel Hill

Chelsea Theater 1129 Weaver Dairy Road, Chapel Hill, NC

Join us on the anniversary of NC's last execution for a very special in-person screening of Racist Roots, a 25-minute film that exposes the modern death penalty's deep entanglement with slavery, lynching & white supremacy. The film will be followed by a panel discussion with James Williams, the former chief public defender for Orange & […]

Racist Roots Screening: University of North Carolina Asheville

Reuter Center, UNC-Asheville 2500 University Heights, Asheville, NC

  In August, North Carolina will mark sixteen years since its last execution, yet the death penalty remains on the books. To honor this anniversary, the NC Coalition for Alternatives to the Death Penalty is presenting the Asheville premiere of RACIST ROOTS, a powerful 25-minute film that exposes the death penalty’s deep entanglement with slavery, […]

Free

Vigil of Remembrance & Recommitment

Central Prison 1300 Western Blvd., Raleigh, NC

Join us as we kick off a week of events to commemorate the 16th anniversary of North Carolina's last execution. We will hold vigil outside Central Prison to remember the 43 people who were executed between 1970 and 2006, when litigation halted executions in NC, and the 136 people who still sit on death row. […]

Carrboro Century Center 100 N. Greensboro St., Carrboro, NC

Spring Coalition Meeting

Virtual

Join us for our quarterly Coalition meeting. We will share the latest updates on the NC death penalty — lots is happening! — and the Coalition's organizing work. And we always save time for networking and meeting each other. This one is in the evening for those who can't make it during working hours.

Giving Life: A Conversation on NC’s Death Penalty Through a Muslim Lens

Virtual

Join us for an online panel featuring Muslim scholars and a Muslim man living on NC's death row. Hosted by NCCADP, this conversation is co-sponsored by the Center for Death Penalty Litigation and the NC Muslim Bar Association. CLE credit is pending.
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What is NCCADP?

Virtual

Join NCCADP director Noel Nickle for a 1-hour online session to learn about the state of the death penalty in NC, the work of the Coalition, and how you can be involved in the movement. If you're interested in volunteering, this is the place to start.

Recurring Event What is NCCADP?

What is NCCADP?

Virtual

Join NCCADP director Noel Nickle for a 1-hour online session to learn about the state of the death penalty in NC, the work of the Coalition, and how you can be involved in the movement. If you're interested in volunteering, this is the place to start.

Of Liberation and Love: Songs and Stories from the Families of Death Row

Carrboro Century Center 100 N. Greensboro St., Carrboro, NC

The Orange County Community Remembrance Coalition presents this powerful event featuring narratives from Right Here, Right Now: Stories from America's Death Row and music by the band Good Boy. It will also include a community discussion on revisioning justice with panelists Jon Powell, director of the Restorative Justice Clinic at Campbell University; Lynden Harris, founder […]