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Grandmothers Against Gun Violence, committed to racial justice, works to protect and support all communities. We strive to strengthen gun violence prevention and to address social inequities.
As we work to strengthen gun violence prevention and to address social inequities, we invite you to learn more about the Innocence Project. The Innocence Project works to free the innocent, prevent wrongful convictions, and advance the innocence movement. It has been at the forefront of criminal justice reform. Since the organization’s inception in 1992, hundreds of wrongfully convicted people have been freed or exonerated due to their efforts.
This event will be moderated by Naomi Ishisaka of the Seattle Times and features Lara Zarowsky, Executive Director, Washington Innocence Project and Charlotte Whitmore, Supervising Staff Attorney, Boston College Innocence Program.
In partnership with the Alliance for Gun Responsibility, please join us for this virtual program as we learn about the importance of their work and the lives changed by their endeavors.