Thursday, January 26, 2023
TV One Premiere Screening of Original True Crime Docu-Series Evidence of Innocence Highlights Racial Inequities in American Justice System
Published June 4, 2018

(L-R): Rushion McDonald, Series Creator and Executive Producer, Linda Lipsen, CEO of American Association for Justice, Chantá Parker, Special Counsel at the Innocence Project, Ben Crump, Series Host and Civil Rights Attorney, Tia Smith, TV One Sr. Director of Original Programming & Production, and Mike Fletcher, Senior Writer for ESPN’s The Undefeated at the Evidence of Innocence screening at the NCTA Theater in Washington, D.C. The four part limited series premieres on TV One on Monday, June 4 at 10P/9C.
(Photo Credit: Cheriss May, Courtesy TV One)

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