National Coalition to

Abolish the Death Penalty

90 million Americans believe the death penalty is wrong. We mobilize them to end the death penalty state by state.
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Joelle Leib

Joelle Leib

Summer 2015 Communications Intern

Joelle Leib is a rising junior studying American Studies with a concentration in history at Scripps College, a women’s college in Claremont, California. At Scripps she is a member of the Claremont Colleges Ballroom Dance Company and social activities chair of Claremont Hillel. Joelle is currently a participant of Machon Kaplan, a social justice based internship program run by the Religious Action Center. In her spare time she enjoys swing dancing and hiking.

Blog Posts:

The Missing Piece in Criminal Justice Reform

The Missing Piece in Criminal Justice Reform

Why abolishing the death penalty fits in perfectly with Obama‚Äôs call for criminal justice reform. Read More navigateright

NCADP Board Vice Chair Barbara Arnwine is honored by the NAACP

NCADP Board Vice Chair Barbara Arnwine is honored by the NAACP

NCADP Board Vice Chair Barbara Arnwine was awarded the William Robert Ming Award at the 106th annual NAACP Convention in Philadelphia on July 13, 2015 for her significant contributions to civil rights causes as a lawyer.  Read More navigateright