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2016 OADP Annual Meeting Moves Back to Portland. For the past three years, OADP's annual meetings were held in Salem, Eugene and Keizer. It's time now to return to Portland. Including the 3 county Metro area, Portland has the largest number of OADP members, supporters and legislators.
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Two Years Later: We Are Still Troy Davis
Fighting for justice and an end to the death penalty
On Thursday April 10th Jen Marlowe, co-author of I Am Troy Davis, and Troy's sister, Kimberly Davis, will lead a discussion about the book, Troy’s case, and the impact Troy's struggle has had on those still fighting for justice and an end to the death penalty in Oregon.
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Mission Statement

The mission of Oregonians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty (OADP) is to repeal the death penalty in Oregon as an essential step toward a more cost-effective, humane and restorative response to violent crime, and thus toward safer, more peaceful and just communities.

About OADP

We are criminal justice activists joined in a concerted effort to increase the effectiveness of Oregon’s response to violent interpersonal crime. Our members include victims’ survivors, attorneys, religious leaders, teachers and other concerned citizens.

Oregonians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty (OADP) evolved out of the Oregon Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty, which was organized in 1983. OADP is incorporated in the State of Oregon as a non-profit organization with the purpose of research and education on the effectiveness of the death penalty and its alternatives. We have 501(c)3 status.

We have an Education and Outreach Committee and a Correspondents Committee. We maintain a list of relevant educational materials, support research, provide speakers, find people to correspond with and visit prisoners on death row, and sponsor events with the aim of raising public awareness.