The Death Penalty Information Center is pleased to present its first podcast in Spanish. This podcast is part of our series, DPIC On The Issues, and is now available for listening and downloading. Our podcast in Spanish is the 18th in the series of podcasts, and it discusses general death penalty topics, with a focus on public opinion among Hispanics, the population of minorities on death row, and the use of the death penalty in Spanish-speaking countries. Click here to listen to this latest podcast. DPIC also offers information in Spanish on our “en Español” page and our frequently-updated Spanish-language Fact Sheet.

Generally, these podcasts offer concise, informative discussions of important death penalty issues. Other recent episodes have focused on Death Row and the U.S. Supreme Court’s impact on the death penalty. You can receive automatic updates through iTunes when new episodes are posted and receive access to all previous episodes. Other audio and video resources can be found on our Multimedia page.

DPIC’s podcasts may be useful to students researching death penalty issues in a variety of courses. Our podcasts are available on our iPhone/iPad App as well.

(DPIC Podcast #18: Spanish Language Podcast, posted April 2, 2012). We would like to thank Maru Mora-Villalpando of Latino Advocacy, LLC, for translating this podcast, and George Washington University law students Caroline Jova and Andres Manosalva, for recording it. If you have suggestions for topics you would like to see addressed in future podcasts, contact us at See also International.