Spurred by the recent release of three black men from death row, a group of NAACP members, elected officials and released inmates are urging lawmakers to pass the North Carolina Racial Justice Act, which allows for reviews of racial bias in death penalty cases. If defendants can show their convictions or sentences were based on race, they can have their death sentences overturned. Advocates say the bill is desperately needed to ensure innocent people are not sent to death. "You can overturn a wrongful conviction, but you can't unpack a wrong grave," said the Rev. William Barber, president of the state NAACP. Read full AP article.Read the whole speech.