Five Things You Can do

The After Innocence Campaign is a targeted collatorative effort to educate the public and the media about the urgency of ending wrongful convictions and strengthen the call for simple reforms in public policy, including compensation for the exonerated. Join the filmmakers, the exonerated and their families, and the committed activists and attorneys featured in After Innocence in a new national campaign to free others who are wrongly convicted and help restore dignity and justice to the lives of the exonerated.

FIVE THINGS YOU CAN DO:

1) DONATE
Support the work of the Life After Exoneration Project (www.exonerated.org), the nation’s only direct service and support organization dedicated to rebuilding the lives of exonerees:
$25: Medical evaluation
$50: Counseling session
$100: Dental exam
$250: New set of clothes
$500: Computer
$1,000: Initial resettlement grant

Contributions are accepted online or may be made by check to:
LAEP/Tides Center
PO Box 10208
Berkeley, CA 94709.
Contributions are 100% tax-deductible.

2) VOLUNTEER
Volunteers are needed all over the country! Volunteers play a critical role by providing mentoring, fact-finding research, accompaniment, and pro bono professional services. Please indicate your interests online at www.exonerated.org.

3) EDUCATE
Bring this film to a theatre near you by contacting New Yorker Films rebeca.conget@newyorkerfilms.com

4) ADVOCATE
Contact Rebecca Brown, Policy Analyst at the Innocence Project (rbrown@innocenceproject.org), to learn more about criminal justice policy in your state.

5) SPREAD THE WORD
Get involved with the After Innocence Campaign locally and nationally. Sign up at www.activevoice.net/afterinnocence.html.
 

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