It is the generous support of our funders that allows CDPL to take on ambitious projects like Racist Roots, which speak to the death penalty’s systemic unfairness and racial inequity. We extend our deepest thanks to the Fund for Nonviolence, Unlimited Possibilities Education & Service Foundation, and Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation, whose steady support makes our work possible. Just as important are the many individuals who support CDPL financially, and who work shoulder-to-shoulder with us in the fight for justice.
We also offer our sincere gratitude to the many people who collaborated on this project, including scholars, attorneys, advocates, photographers, artists, poets, people on death row and their families. We are fortunate to be able to share your knowledge and your voices.