James Clark is the Death Penalty Repeal Organizer for the ACLU of Southern California and served as the Southern California Coordinator of the YES on Prop 34 Campaign, the ballot initiative to replace California’s death penalty. James previously worked as the Coordinator of Georgians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty, a nonprofit organization working to end capital punishment in Georgia, where he was a leader in the movement to stop the execution of Troy Davis. James graduated from UCLA with a degree in the Study of Religion before earning a Master’s of Divinity at Emory University’s Candler School of Theology.
Sep 22, 2011
Troy Anthony Davis: Victim of American Injustice
Sep 20, 2011
Clemency Denied for Troy Davis — Urgent Action Needed!
Sep 16, 2011
Standing in Solidarity with Troy Davis
Jun 22, 2011
$4 Billion Since 1978 — Time to Cut California's Death Penalty
May 10, 2011
The Tide is Turning on California's Death Penalty
Apr 5, 2011
Illinois Proves (Again) That Ending the Death Penalty Saves Money
Feb 10, 2011
Add Water and Kill?
Jan 14, 2011
California Ignores Obvious Budget Solution: Cut the Death Penalty
Nov 23, 2010
States Refuse to Give Up Lethal Injection Drug Dealer
Sep 29, 2010
California's $4 Million Rollercoaster Ride