Women of the Year annual lecture - Sister Helen Prejean on campaigning against the death penalty
Dead Man Walking: An Eyewitness Account of the Death Penalty in the United States by Helen Prejean http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/0679751319/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_pE7Vvb0XSF8VK
In a case that has drawn the attention of Sister Helen Prejean, Susan Sarandon and Senator Tom Corbin, attorney says Glossip was sentenced to death ‘because he’s poor’ as lawyers race to win a stay before Wednesday’s scheduled execution
Sister Helen Prejean, the Catholic nun who changed the US debate on the death penalty forever
Sister Helen Prejean, with Julie Etchingham at the Women of the Year 2013 lecture, Royal Institution.
With Richard Glossip’s execution due on Wednesday his defenders include Sister Helen Prejean and a New York man who says he has become his best friend
Anti-Death Penalty crusader Sister Helen Prejean in 2006.
Sister Helen Prejean, Dead Man Walking A Life Against Death: The Journey Continues May 31, 2014 http://sbc.retreatportal.net/calendar/viewEvent.aspx?programcode=14BMH07607
Susan Sarandon matched her hair to her full-skirted bronze Dolce & Gabbana dress in 1996...
Joyce DiDonato as Sister Helen Prejean and Philip Cutlip as Joseph De Rocher in Jake Heggie's opera Dead Man Walking.