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Death row inmates use art to depict life in prison




 Swiss cartoonist Patrick Chappatte's take on justice and the death penalty
Swiss cartoonist Patrick Chappatte's take on justice and the death penalty

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Capital punishment is probably one of the most divisive topics in the U.S. But this week, USC will showcase an exhibition that tackles the topic in a very unusual way.

It's called Windows on Death Row and it features images of notable political cartoonists, and also prison inmates themselves. It opens Thursday at USC's Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism.

The organizers, Swiss cartoonist Patrick Chappatte and his wife, journalist Anne Widmann, joined the show to tell more.