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Click for larger image • On April 10, Good Friday, Jane Hunt of Raleigh (far right) marches with others calling for the abolishment of the death penalty outside Central Prison in Raleigh, the final city in the 23rd Annual Pilgrimage for Justice and Peace. This year's pilgrimage, organized by Witness for Peace Southeast Regional Coordinator Gail Phares, focused on advocating for immigrants' and workers' rights, including visits to striking workers in Moncure and a prison in Graham where immigrants are held prior to deportation.

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Click for larger image • On April 10, Good Friday, Jane Hunt of Raleigh (far right) marches with others calling for the abolishment of the death penalty outside Central Prison in Raleigh, the final city in the 23rd Annual Pilgrimage for Justice and Peace. This year's pilgrimage, organized by Witness for Peace Southeast Regional Coordinator Gail Phares, focused on advocating for immigrants' and workers' rights, including visits to striking workers in Moncure and a prison in Graham where immigrants are held prior to deportation.

Click for larger image • Duane Adkinson of Garner prays for the abolishment of the death penalty outside of Central Prison. "I just think we should be building schools rather than jails," Adkinson said as he marched with 30 others to the Old State Capitol for another action. - PHOTO BY D.L. ANDERSON
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  • Click for larger image • Duane Adkinson of Garner prays for the abolishment of the death penalty outside of Central Prison. "I just think we should be building schools rather than jails," Adkinson said as he marched with 30 others to the Old State Capitol for another action.

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