Anne Feczko is a committed death penalty abolitionist and Catholic peace activist. During her undergraduate education at Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio, she led the campus chapter of Students for Life, challenging the common understanding of “pro-life” ideology and broadening the campus dialogue to include capital punishment, war, elder abuse, and other areas of concern. She has been a key organizer in the annual Fast & Vigil to Abolish the Death Penalty and looks forward to working closely with CMN on the content creation, writing, and editing of their restorative justice workshop. Professionally, Anne serves as a Staff Nurse at Christ House, a medical homeless shelter in Washington, DC, where she has learned first-hand the devastating effects of our current criminal justice system and the great need for restorative justice initiatives in prisons and communities.
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- RT @TCADPdotORG: Visit https://t.co/pv8OSUaIy0 to watch the Cherry family's powerful call to stop #deathpenalty for #PaulStorey & find out… about 2 hours ago
- A call by @anarzamora for #California DAs to follow courageous lead of @DonellAyalaEsq and reject the #deathpenalty. https://t.co/BCtOf4Kjaa about 2 hours ago
- Florida Legislative Black Caucus supported State Attorney Aramis Ayala this morning. https://t.co/VBOokh73Xq #standwitharamis #deathpenalty about 6 hours ago