Resurrection After Exoneration - RAE


Resurrection After Exoneration (RAE) is a non-profit, founded and led by exonerees, that is dedicated to promoting and sustaining a network of support among Louisiana's wrongly convicted. It is the first of its kind in the nation. In addition to providing direct services to exonerees and the formerly incarcerated, RAE is committed to public outreach and education. To that end, in March 2008 RAE premiered 'Voices of Innocence', a narrative performance by four exonerees intended to educate communities about the impact of wrongful incarceration. In 'Voices', the men portray their lives in their own words, offering the audience a picture of the exoneree as a complete individual, rather than just a victim. To date, 'Voices' has performed at public venues and universities nationwide, mostly recently as the central event of Harvard University's celebration of the 60th Anniversary of the Declaration of Universal Human Rights.


3301 Chartres Street
New Orleans, LA 70117

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