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  1. Gifts and Journeys:Catholic Social Teaching and the Death Penalty

  2. Agenda • Video • Quiz • Alice’s Journey • Daphne’s Journey • Gifts • Questions … Discussion

  3. What do you knowaboutthe Death Penalty?

  4. Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?

  5. 1,000,000 500,000 300,000 5th Grade Topic 1 5th Grade Topic 2 Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader? 175,000 100,000 4th Grade Topic 3 4th Grade Topic 4 50,000 3rd Grade Topic 5 3rd Grade Topic 6 25,000 10,000 2nd Grade Topic 7 2nd Grade Topic 8 5,000 2,000 1st Grade Topic 9 1st Grade Topic 10 1,000

  6. 5th Grade Topic 1 Question How many foreign nationals are currently on death row in the United States? None 68 141 9,870

  7. 5th Grade Topic 1 Answer 141 Return

  8. 5th Grade Topic 2 Question In what year did the Supreme Court rule that executing juveniles was unconstitutional. 1953 1985 2005 There has never been such a ruling.

  9. 5th Grade Topic 2 Answer March 2005 Return

  10. 4th Grade Topic 3 Question International Death Penalty Abolition Day takes place on which day every year? April 1 March 1 December 7 December 10

  11. 4th Grade Topic 3 Answer March 1 (This day marks the occasion in 1847 when the U.S. state of Michigan became the first English-speaking territory in the world to abolish capital punishment. ) Return

  12. 4th Grade Topic 4 Question In what year did the United States Supreme Court rule that executing persons with mental retardation was unconstitutional. 1929 1973 2002 There has never been such a ruling.

  13. 4th Grade Topic 4 Answer June 20, 2002 Return

  14. 3rd Grade Topic 5 Question How many people are currently on death row in the United States? 1,780 3,146 101,054 43,003

  15. 3rd Grade Topic 5 Answer 3,146 (142 in Ohio) Return

  16. 3rd Grade Topic 6 Question Each death penalty case in Texas costs taxpayers about $1.75 million. TRUE or FALSE

  17. 3rd Grade Topic 6 Answer FALSE (The reported figure is 2.3 million. That is about three times the cost of imprisoning someone in a single cell at the highest security level for 40 years.) Return

  18. 2nd Grade Topic 7 Question Which state still uses the electric chair? Texas Virginia Connecticut Nebraska

  19. 2nd Grade Topic 7 Answer Virginia (used 1/16/13) Return

  20. 2nd Grade Topic 8 Question What percentage of death row inmates cannot afford to pay for their own attorney? 55% 75% 95% 100%

  21. 2nd Grade Topic 8 Answer 95% Return

  22. 1st Grade Topic 9 Question In a 1990 report, the non-partisan U.S. General Accounting Office found "pattern of evidence indicating racial disparities in the charging, sentencing, and imposition of the death penalty" in the U.S. TRUE or FALSE

  23. 1st Grade Topic 9 Answer TRUE Return

  24. 1st Grade Topic 10 Question Since 1973, more than 140 people have been released from death rows throughout the country due to evidence of their wrongful convictions. TRUE or FALSE

  25. 1st Grade Topic 10 Answer TRUE (6 are from Ohio) Return

  26. Million Dollar QuestionGrade Level Topic 11 Ohio’s Death Row

  27. 1,000,000 Question Where is Ohio’s Death Row located? * S. Ohio Correctional Facility~Lucasville * Mansfield Correctional Facility * Chillicothe Correctional Institution * Ohio Reformatory for Women~Marysville

  28. 1,000,000 Answer Chillicothe Correctional Institution (for men) Ohio Reformatory for Women~Marysville(1 woman) Return

  29. Thanks for Playing!

  30. Sr. Alice’s Journey

  31. Daphne’s Journey

  32. Japanese proverb Hate the sin itself and not the man himself who commit it. The Gifts “All of us are worth more than our worst act.” Sr. Helen Prejean

  33. Questions&Discussion “Most people want the death penalty simply because of the desire for revenge.  Revenge is never ever the answer.  The answer is love and compassion for all of humanity.” ~~Bill Pelke

  34. Death Penalty Information Center http://www.deathpenaltyinfo.org/home Intercommunity Justice & Peace Center (IJPC) http://www.ijpc-cincinnati.org/death-penalty Ohioans to stop executions (OTSE) http://www.otse.org/ Jesuits on – Death Penalty (22 min. video) Father Gregory J. O’Meara, S.J. Marquette University http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uS0Oqvm15i0 Other Resources

  35. Daphne is developing a death penalty resource guide to help you find other resources available in Xavier University’s library (and beyond)… Coming soon This was presented at the Loyola Lunch Seminar on January 31, 2013 by Sr. Alice Gerdeman, Intercommunity Peace & Justice Center & Daphne Miller, Cataloging Librarian, Xavier University