Posted: May 8, 2009 12:00 AM
The Innocence Project Artists’ Committee is a group of writers, directors, actors, visual artists and musicians who support the Innocence Project and are helping raise awareness about wrongful convictions.
Members of the Artists’ Committee lend their talent and voice to the Innocence Project’s vital work in a variety of ways. They help raise awareness and money to free innocent prisoners, they speak out about the need to prevent wrongful convictions, and they integrate these issues into their art. A wide range of artists have long been drawn to the Innocence Project because of the profound impact the organization has in its litigation and policy reform work and because they know first-hand the power of art and entertainment to raise awareness and engage more of the public in these issues.
Following are the members of the Innocence Project Artists’ Committee:
For more information about the Innocence Project Artists’ Committee, contact Paul Cates at 212-364-5346 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photos (and credits):
First row (left to right) – John Singleton (Bobak Ha’eri), Amy Brenneman, John Grisham, Paris Barclay, Helen Mirren
Second row – Trent Reznor, Paul D. Miller aka DJ Spooky, Stephen Colbert, Matthew Modine (David Shankbone), Nia Long
Third row – Zooey Deschanel, Bob Balaban (Lisa Ross), Tony Goldwyn, Yoko Ono (Chris Floyd/©Yoko Ono), Dave Matthews
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