Twenty years ago, five men who were wrongfully convicted of a violent assault in Central Park in 1989 were exonerated of charges brought against them as children. To mark the anniversary of that court decision, the Innocence Project presents “Twenty Years Since Exoneration” at The Greene Space. Guests will attend an audience-led conversation with Kevin Richardson and Raymond Santana, members of the Central Park “Exonerated Five,” and a live-stream of WNYC’s Notes from America with Kai Wright.
This event builds a conversation around how this case has affected the “Exonerated Five” specifically and about wrongful convictions in the U.S. more broadly.
Live Q&A and Notes From America with Kai Wright stream portion start at 6:00 p.m. EST
Note: Seating and space may be limited and will be available to attendees on a first come first served basis.
Can’t join us in-person at The Greene Space?
- Stream this event at The Greene Space live on YouTube at 6PM EST
The Innocence Project works to free innocent people from prison, prevent wrongful convictions, and create fair, compassionate, and equitable systems of justice for everyone. Founded in 1992 by Barry C. Scheck and Peter J. Neufeld, the organization is guided by science and grounded in antiracism. Learn more at https://innocenceproject.org.