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Run the New York City Marathon with Team Innocence Project!

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10 Things Anyone Can Do To Help Exonerate Innocent People and Prevent Wrongful Convictions

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Whether it's contacting your local elected officials, volunteering with your local Innocence Network organization or just following us on social media, here are ten great ways anyone can help exonerate the innocent and help prevent wrongful convictions.

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Take ActionSign up to receive breaking updates on actions you can take to help pass legislation to prevent wrongful convictions and help free the innocent. You'll also receive our monthly newsletter with updates on innocence news from all around the country!

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Invite an Exoneree to Speak

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The Innocence Project believes that the personal stories of the exonerated provide the most compelling introduction to the problems of wrongful conviction. Our Exoneree Speakers’ Bureau is made up of former Innocence Project clients who have become accomplished public speakers motivated by their desire to prevent future injustice. Their unique expertise and insight into the criminal justice system has affected audiences nationwide.

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