Mothers Exonerated of Murdering Their Children Speak Out – Hear Our Voices

Exonerated mothers who have been convicted of murdering their children will share the unique physical, emotional, and material challenges they faced in-prison and post-exoneration. They will also discuss creative and resourceful strategies for coping with life post-exoneration and wrongful conviction, such as unresolved grief, post-traumatic symptoms, physical health, mental health, stigmatization, compensation, jobs, relationships, and overall quality of life. It is an opportunity for these mothers to speak to each other and to the broader audience of innocence movement activists and advocates who support the exonerated, and work to promote social justice and criminal justice reform.