In the Shadow of Death: Restorative Justice and Death Row Families

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  • Title Page iii
  • Foreword vii
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Contents xiv
  • Contents xv
  • Note to Readers xvii
  • Part I - Shadow of Death 1
  • 1: Why Do Offenders' Families Matter? 3
  • 2: Understanding Restorative Justice 12
  • 3: Meet the Families 27
  • Part II - Storytelling 49
  • 4: Death Penalty Trials 51
  • 5: “you Didn't Punish Him, You Punished Me” 74
  • 6: Children of the Condemned 92
  • 7: Psychological Distress 114
  • Part III - Restorative Justice 137
  • 8: Life is Different 139
  • 9: Organizing for Abolition 157
  • 10: Reaching Out 177
  • 11: Systems Failure 197
  • 12: Shining Light in the Shadows 221
  • Afterword 236
  • Appendix A: Methods for Gathering Information about Offenders' Families 239
  • Appendix B: Process of a Death Penalty Trial 249
  • Notes 257
  • Bibliography 283
  • Index 295
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