Stories of Wrongful Convictions: A Documentary Showcase

Making An Exonoree event poster
Date & Time May 08 2024 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Location Robertson Hall
Arthur Lewis Auditorium
Making an Exoneree
Audience Open to the Public, Registration Required

Four lives shattered by wrongful convictions. Four people seeking justice. Twelve Princeton undergraduate students dedicated to uncovering the truth.

Join Making an Exoneree for the premiere of student-made short documentaries that reveal the facts – and falsehoods – of wrongful conviction cases.

Their short films unravel the stories of Damien Phillips,Tyrone Green, Anthony Mills and Peter Kenney Jr. Combined, these four people have spent almost a century incarcerated. The students hope that by sharing their stories, we can all correct injustice and bring innocent people home from prison.

The program will include student teams presenting their documentaries, live calls from our incarcerated program participants, and an audience Q&A.

Join us in person! Light refreshments at 6:30pm, program begins at 7pm Robertson Hall, Princeton University

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