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Check out Undisclosed Podcast's episode - "Hypothetical Firebreaks" - to learn the latest investigation updates in Dennis Perry's case, and to hear from three GIP lawyers.

https://audioboom.com/posts/7083189-s3-episode-16-hypothetical-firebreaks

Georgia Innocence Project

Georgia Innocence Project

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Today Calvin C. Johnson, Jr., Georgia's first DNA exoneree and GIP Board Member, spoke to over 400 ninth graders at Decatur High School about his wrongful imprisonment. Calvin told his heartbreaking and inspiring story of spending almost 17 years in prison for a crime he did not commit before being exonerated through DNA evidence by the Innocence Project. Thanks to DHS's IB Coordinator Cheryl Nahmias and teacher Cherith Johnson (both pictured below) for helping introduce DHS 9th graders to wrongful conviction issues, and to DHS student Kenya Freeman (also pictured below) for introducing and facilitating Calvin's talk.

Georgia Innocence Project

Georgia Innocence Project

We're hiring! GIP is searching for a dedicated Development and Communications Associate to join our Atlanta-based team.

Interested? Know someone who might be? Check out the position at our website:

https://www.georgiainnocenceproject.org/hiring/

Georgia Innocence Project

Georgia Innocence Project

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In all aspects of the criminal justice system, race discrimination is pervasive. DNA exonerations reveal what many in society experience on a daily basis: that Black lives don’t matter as much as white lives. Despite comprising only 13% of the US population, the vast majority (62%) of DNA exonerees are Black. #WrongfulConvictionDay

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A decade on Florida’s death row. Innocent. https://t.co/dpZNMdp1Zk



Congratulations, Clemente! 14 years of wrongful imprisonment — a decade of which was spent on death row — is now behind you. https://t.co/dpZNMdp1Zk



Undisclosed fans! Listen to episode 14 now, and let us know what you think: https://t.co/A4FUt0Unvg