A group of men and women sit around a table putting together booklets.

Layne Mullett and Emily Abendroth, LifeLine: Voices Against the Other Death Penalty

LifeLines: Voices Against the Other Death Penalty is a media and cultural project intended to transform the nature of public discussions and understanding of death by incarceration (DBI) — more commonly known as life without parole (LWOP) — in Pennsylvania. The project was developed to support a statewide campaign to end the practice of sentencing people to die in prison. Pennsylvania prisons hold over 5000 people serving DBI sentences. LifeLines produces digital resources, printed literature, and visual installations that can be used as tools to push for legislative policy change.