Our organization was founded by an exoneree on a mission to establish and provide the resources that he never had access to when he was released after spending 17 years in prison. We are here to heal and support each other as we transition from life in prison to following our deferred dreams.
Our mission is to meet the immediate needs of exonerees by helping to heal the debilitating spiritual, mental, emotional, and physical effects of being wrongfully incarcerated and to affect policy change for restoration and the righting of wrongs.
Today, countless exonerees need your help to rebuild the lives taken away from them. Exonerees have no federal guarantee of remuneration or support to help them rebuild their lives. That’s why we are here, and that’s why we need you.
Exonerated Nation advocates for Policy Change
For Exonerees in California!
Since 2015, Exonerated Nation has provided education to California policy makers so they can develop legislation that improves the lives of exonerees and furthers overall criminal justice reform.
Roynes Dural was wrongfully convicted and served 8 years for a crime that he did not commit. WOULD YOU LIKE TO SHARE YOUR STORY? We’d…
Julie Baumer was wrongfully convicted in 2005 and served 4 years for a crime that she did not commit. View here to learn more about her…
Kevin Green was wrongfully convicted for murder in 1980 and served 16 years for a crime that he did not commit…
OBIE ANTHONY FOUNDER AND EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Obie Anthony was sentenced to life without parole for a murder he did not commit when he was 19 years…
Zavion Johnson was 18 years old when he was convicted a crime that he did not commit in 2002, as a result of misleading forensic evidence…
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WE NEED PEOPLE LIKE YOU! BE PART OF THE SOLUTION.
Exonerated Nation is a growing organization and we’re calling on you to help us meet the needs of exonerees. Here are three ways to support us: Make a tax-deductible donation to EN. Invite an exoneree to speak to your school or organization. Organize an event to educate your friends about wrongful convictions . Donate your gently used computers, cell phones, and clothing.