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March 2017
2,000 EXONERATIONS
 
 
Please join us on March 16, 2017 for the Registry's Welcome Celebration at the University of California, Irvine. View our Invitation and RSVP here. If you cannot attend in person, you can watch a live streaming of the event here.
On March 7, we released our reports on Exonerations in 2016 and Race and Wrongful Convictions. Below is a selection of media coverage of both reports.
New York Times: Black People More Likely to Be Wrongfully Convicted of Murder, Study Shows

LA Times: When Wrongful Convictions Affect Blacks More Than Whites, Can We Call it a Justice System?

NPR and WBUR's Here & Now: Reports Find Record Number of Exonerations, and Race Plays a Major Role

Vox: Study: Black People are 7 Times More Likely Than White People to Be Wrongly Convicted of Murder

Texas Tribune: Study Finds Harris County Leads Nation in Exonerations

The Registry was also featured in Reuters, the AP, and the AFP. These stories were run in newspapers from Washington to London, as well as online.
An earlier version of this newsletter incorrectly identified the celebration date. It has been corrected here.
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