Montana Innocence Project staff, and freed client share biggest takeaways from the 2024 Innocence Network Conference in New Orleans

Unpacking Injustice by Montana Innocence Project

Episode notes

Last week, four Montana Innocence Project staff members and freed client Joseph Jefferson-Dust attended the 2024 Innocence Network Conference in New Orleans.

Over 1,200 people were united in community at the event, including 400 freed and exonerated people, who had endured a total of 6,654 years of wrongful imprisonment.

Our staff and client Joseph Jefferson-Dust engaged in educational sessions, community-building, collective empowerment, and healing.

In this episode they will reflect on their biggest takeaways from the event! To see photos from the conference, head over to our Instagram @Bigskyinnocence.

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