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Updates and Events

Life After Exoneration

A special segment that aired on NBC10 Philadelphia on Monday, February 3, 2020 featuring the Transition to Innocence support group. Read more

[RECEPTION SOLD OUT] Join us for a reception before the screening of
THE CENTRAL PARK FIVE
and meet co-director Sarah Burns
Wednesday February 12

[RECEPTION SOLD OUT] Join us for a reception before the screening of <br/> THE CENTRAL PARK FIVE <br/> and meet co-director Sarah Burns <br/> Wednesday February 12

[RECEPTION SOLD OUT] Come and meet documentarian and author Sarah Burns at a reception and screening of THE CENTRAL PARK FIVE at the Bryn Mawr Film Institute. All proceeds go towards the Pennsylvania Innocence Project. Read more

November 13th, 2019:
10th Anniversary Celebration
in Pittsburgh

November 13th, 2019: <br/> 10th Anniversary Celebration<br/> in Pittsburgh

The Pennsylvania Innocence Project opened in 2009. Now, we are celebrating our 10 year anniversary, plus the third year anniversary of our offices in Pittsburgh. Read more

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