The End of Normal

1 Lynching In America: Anthony Ray Hinton’s Story

7 aug. 2017

Visit http://LynchingInAmerica.eji.org, a storytelling project about racial terror by the Equal Justice Initiative and Google.
 
Anthony Ray Hinton spent 30 years on death row for a crime he didn’t commit. This is his story.
 
Equal Justice Initiative, with support from Google, has launched the interactive experience Lynching in America: Confronting the Legacy of Racial Terror (lynchinginamerica.eji.org).
 
This platform digitizes EJI’s extensive research and resulting data on lynchings of of African Americans between 1877 and 1950, and features oral histories that reveal the ways in which this era shapes our world today. This platform digitizes EJI’s extensive research and resulting data on lynchings of
 

 

2 The Sun Does Shine by Anthony Ray Hinton

24 mrt. 2018

What would you do?
 

3 Anthony Ray Hinton Awarded Honorary Doctorate Degree

22 mei 2019

On May 19, EJI Community Educator and former client, Anthony Ray Hinton was awarded an honorary doctorate degree by St. Bonaventure University in New York. Mr. Hinton spent nearly 30 years on death row for a crime he did not commit. EJI represented him and won his freedom in 2015. He has since joined our staff and has been speaking around the country on issues concerning the urgent need for criminal justice reform. One of his first speaking engagements was at St. Bonaventure University. He made such an impression that students invited him to return as their commencement speaker and to receive the honorary degree. Dr. Hinton’s work continues at EJI.
 
The Equal Justice Initiative works to end mass incarceration, excessive punishment, and racial inequality.
 
Visit our website and follow us to learn more: Website: https://eji.org
 

4 Exonerated death row inmate Anthony Ray Hinton

5 apr. 2018

 
Anthony Ray Hinton writes, The Sun Does Shine.
 

5 The Sun Does Shine – a memoir by Anthony Ray Hinton

16 mrt. 2018

The Sun Does Shine: How I Found Life and Freedom on Death Row, a memoir by Anthony Ray Hinton. In this video, Ray speaks of how reading saved his life in prison, and how he and other inmates started a book club.
 

6 Why Anthony Ray Hinton Took His Case to the U.S. Supreme Court | SuperSoul Conversations | OWN

5 jun. 2018

 
Oprah’s Book Club author Anthony Ray Hinton explains why he took his case to the U.S. Supreme Court, risking his life, after spending decades on death row. For more on #SuperSoulConversations, visit Oprah.com.
 

7 The Powerful Lesson Death Row Taught One Inmate About Hate | SuperSoul Conversations | OWN

5 jun. 2018

 
Oprah’s Book Club author Anthony Ray Hinton reveals what death row taught a fellow inmate about racism and talks about how we need to “teach people to love.” For more on #SuperSoulConversations, visit Oprah.com.
 

8 Oprah and author Anthony Ray Hinton on “The Sun Does Shine”.

5 jun. 2018

“CBS This Morning” co-host Gayle King speaks to Oprah Winfrey and author Anthony Ray Hinton in the Toyota Green Room about Oprah’s latest book club pick, Hinton’s “The Sun Does Shine: How I Found Life and Freedom on Death Row.” Hinton spent nearly 30 years on death row for crimes he did not commit until he was released in 2015.
 

9 Anthony Ray Hinton

12 jun. 2018

CBS 42 Morning News 6 a.m.
 

10 HIDDEN HEROES: Wrongly Convicted Man Who Spent 30 Years on Death Row Inspires With His Story

14 jun. 2018

 
Anthony Ray Hinton and his close friend Lester Bailey tell the story of their friendship and the story of Hinton’s exoneration.
 

11 – 60 Minutes preview: The path for exonerated prisoners

8 jan. 2016

On 60 Minutes, Scott Pelley interviews a man who spent 30 years on death row before being exonerated. 60 Minutes producer Henry Schuster joins CBSN with more on the story of Ray Hinton and what led to his arrest.
 
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12 Anthony Ray Hinton: How he survived Death Row

10 mei 2015

Anthony Ray Hinton spent 30 years on Alabama’s Death Row. In his first interview with local media, after his release in April, 2015, Hinton describes what it was like on Death Row and the challenges he faces as a free man after years of incarceration
 

13 Anthony Ray Hinton, Conversation, 10 January 2016

21 feb. 2016

Anthony Ray Hinton spoke with Ben Harmon about Hinton’s arrest, conviction, death sentence, and exoneration. This was a special Lannan Cultural Freedom event.
 

14 Anthony Ray Hinton on meeting Mark Zuckerberg

9 mrt. 2017

Former Alabama Death Row inmate Anthony Ray Hinton talks about his meeting with Facebook founder and billionaire Mark Zuckerberg
 

15 Anthony Ray Hinton and Mayor Randall Woodfin

3 apr. 2019

Anthony Ray Hinton of Alabama was wrongly convicted of the 1985 murders of two fast food restaurant managers in Birmingham, sentenced to death, and held on the state’s death row for 28 years.In 2015 the Supreme Court of the United States unanimously overturned his conviction on appeal, and the state dropped all charges against him.
 

16 Anthony Hinton Discusses His Exoneration

11 jun. 2015

Anthony Hinton talks about his experience on Alabama’s death row, his exoneration, and his release from prison.
 

17 IJP Speaker Series Part 2 – Anthony Ray Hinton – The Cascading Consequences of Wrongful Conviction

18 nov. 2016

Anthony Ray Hinton, a death row exoneree, shares his story of wrongful conviction, survival on Alabama’s death row, and decades-long journey to exoneration and freedom. The New Mexico Innocence and Justice Fall Speaker Series is made possible through the generous support of the Lannan Foundation.
 

18 Spotlight on St. John’s featuring author Anthony Ray Hinton

7 nov. 2019

“Spotlight on St. John’s” featuring author Anthony Ray Hinton, “The Sun Does Shine” Highlights from the 2019 New Student Convocation featuring guest speaker, Anthony Ray Hinton. (QPTV-September, 2019)
 

19 Best of Resurrected Animals Pranks

22 feb. 2015

Jesus is feeling good and in the mood to put the dead back to life. The only thing that never dies, is your laughter!
 
Filmed in Montreal, Quebec
 
Welcome to the world-famous  channel, where we pull public pranks on unsuspecting Montreal residents and tourists.