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Our 2022 Champion of Justice

The New England Innocence Project (NEIP) is an independent social justice non-profit that works to correct and prevent wrongful convictions and fights injustice within the criminal legal system for innocent people imprisoned for a crime they did not commit in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont.

Our team provides free forensic testing, investigation, experts, and an experienced legal team to exonerate the innocent and bring them home to their loved ones.  We provide exoneree support as they work to rebuild their lives in freedom through the peer-led Exoneree Network.  We also use our expertise about wrongful convictions to provide education and advocate for legislative and judicial reforms to prevent future tragedies.

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Thank you for joining us at Discovering Justice's Annual Gala on June 22nd. Your gift will provide students across Massachusetts with access to a high-quality civics education.

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John Joseph Moakley United States Courthouse, Courthouse Way, Boston, MA, USA

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About Us

Discovering Justice brings students and communities together to examine the workings of the justice system, explore the ideals of justice, and prepare them to engage in our democracy. Our in-school, after-school, in-person, and online civics education programs emphasize critical thinking, collaboration, empathy, equity, and agency - values that underpin our democracy. We provide students and their educators and mentors with the knowledge and tools they need to uphold democratic values and create change in their communities. Each year, our gala sponsors help us raise more than $500,000, which allows us to bring civics to life for thousands of students across the Commonwealth. And in 2022, your support will help bring our impactful programs to more students than ever before.