Along with the creation of the CCADP came the launch of their website, ccadp.org. The site not only addresses the issues of capital punishment but also provides a space where death-row inmates and their supporters can post their stories as well as personalised items such as photos, artwork and poetry. Their site also assists inmates to remain in touch with friends and family who may not be able to accept collect calls over the phone and by supplying them with stamps for written correspondence. Prisoners can also solicit for pen pals. In most states, inmates do not have Internet or e-mail access. For many, this site is their only link to the outside world.
As of 2005 the site had hosted over 500 death row inmate pages.
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