Welcome to Who Decides, Inc.

Who Decides, Inc. is a public-benefit organization. As a national network of activists, volunteers and dedicated people, we are committed to using various mediums of art such as creative writing, plays, visual art, dance, music and film as a way of educating society about the practice and history of capital punishment in America. The public events and forums that we present explore more than 400 years of the U.S. death penalty from all perspectives: the crime, the victims, the condemned, the methods of execution, and the laws. Our ultimate goal at Who Decides is to preserve the history of this controversial practice by establishing a national museum on the death penalty. This national museum will serve as an educational institution devoted to collecting, studying, exhibiting and interpreting America's extensive history on capital punishment.

Who Decides, Inc. would like to announce that our organization will make its arrival in (Great Britain) this Fall to present two events to the public. The two visual art exhibitions will be held at the venues/dates listed below. If your in the U.K., please consider coming out to support us.

*Bridport Arts Centre: Bridport, Dorset UK
Sat 22 October - Thursday 24 November

*Temple Church: Temple, London, UK
28 November 2016-25 February 2017


 "COMING IN 2017"

In the early part of 2017, our "visual art" we will reach New York City. Venues and dates will be released soon.


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A movement cannot gain momentum without supporters.
This is what you can do today to help us promote the idea of
establishing a national death penalty museum.
You can post something positive about us on a social network or spread the word about our efforts to anyone via the media. By doing
this you can help champion our cause. We are only trying to gain wider recognition and expand our presence in order to achieve our
stated mission. Without the support from individuals like you, it is
going to be difficult for us to succeed in creating a national
museum to further educate society on the death penalty in America.  We are asking for your help. Help us ignite this movement by
getting involved, spreading our aims,
and asking others to connect with us.

 Founder, Kenneth Reams