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The UNC Law Death Penalty Project was established for the purpose of increasing societal awareness of the effects of the Death Penalty on the community at large. The Project's goals include calling attention to the discrepancies presented by capital punishment on certain socio-economic and racial classes and examining the problems created by the process our legal system currently uses. The DP Project seeks to challenge the current system's capital punishment until a more legitimate and fairly scrutinized legal process is established that is more suitable for carrying out a punishment with such a large effect on society. We utilize the law school community to help moratorium efforts and pro bono work, in addition to presenting educational and inspirational speakers.

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