Texas After Violence Project - oral histories about the effects of violence, criminal justice, & the death penalty
The Texas After Violence Project, is an independent, non-profit organization that conducts qualitative research, primarily oral history, into the effects of violent crime, the subsequent investigation and legal processes, incarceration, and executions. The project has conducted sixty (60) interviews since April 2008 with family members of murder victims, family members of executed persons, law enforcement officials, lawyers, clergy, lay religious workers, media witnesses to executions, and public actors. For more information, see our website at http://www.texasafterviolence.org. Thank you.
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