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by Erik Jensen,Jessica Blank

Author: Erik Jensen,Jessica Blank
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Atria; 1st Atria Books Hardcover Ed edition (February 22, 2005)
Pages: 320 pages
Category: Fiction and Literature
Rating: 4.3
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In 2000, Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen embarked on a tour across America - one that would give them a glimpse of the . Jessica had been in a movie for Court TV called 'The Exonerated' about prisoners falsely accused and who spent time on death row in prisons.

In 2000, Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen embarked on a tour across America - one that would give them a glimpse of the darker side of the justice system an. It is the result of her friend, Erik Jensen from Minnessota,who agreed to make the trip and they nose dived into the darker side of our justice (or injustice) system and were told stories of gross conditions which were repulsive and overwhelming to the victims, before they could win their freedom after such a long interval between being accussed and released.

In 2000, Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen embarked on a tour across America - one that would give them a glimpse of the darker side of the justice system and, at the same time, reveal to them just how resilient the human spirit can be. They were a pair of young actors from New York who wanted to learn more A love story.

In 2000, Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen embarked on a tour across . Erik and Jessica don't stumble down the rabbit-hole of the American criminal justice system

In 2000, Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen embarked on a tour across America - one that would give. If you have seen "The Exonerated," you will love reading the stories behind the stories on stage or film. But even if you haven't seen it, there is much to glean here about the kind of guts required to make a difference as an artist or an activist in the world today. living justice, staging beauty. Erik and Jessica don't stumble down the rabbit-hole of the American criminal justice system. They climb down it step by step, confessing their fear and confusion, and insecurity that they have no idea what they're doing, and probably have no business doing it anyway.

Blank and Jensen's book Living Justice (2005), a memoir about the making of "The Exonerated", was published by. .Blank also writes for television with Erik Jensen.

Blank and Jensen's book Living Justice (2005), a memoir about the making of "The Exonerated", was published by Simon and Schuster. Blank and Jensen also co-wrote the documentary play Aftermath, based on interviews they conducted in 2008 with Iraqi civilian refugees in Jordan. In 2015 she wrote a pilot for "The Negotiator" for Gaumont TV. In 2015 she played the role of Heather Drake in the 16th episode of the 5th season of the CBS police procedural drama Blue Bloods on the episode "In The Box".

They live in Brooklyn. Subtitle Love, Freedom, and the Making of The Exonerated. In 2000, Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen embarked on a tour across America - one that would give them a glimpse of the darker side of the justice system and, at the same time, reveal to them just how resilient the human spirit can be.

The Exonerated also garnered Blank and Jensen numerous awards, including the 2003 Lucille .

The Exonerated also garnered Blank and Jensen numerous awards, including the 2003 Lucille Lortel Award, the Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Off-Broadway Play, and a Drama Desk Award. Living Justice is a moving story, outlining their struggles, triumphs and the day-to-day tasks involved in the creation of a production that became much larger than either had envisioned.

Love, Freedom, and the Making of The Exonerated. By Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen. They were a pair of young actors from New York who wanted to learn more about our country's exonerated - men and women who had been sentenced to die for crimes they didn't commit, who spent anywhere from two to twenty-two years on death row, and who were freed amidst overwhelming evidence of their innocence.

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Traces the authors' cross-country travels to talk with former inmates who were subsequently exonerated, a project that raised awareness about the American criminal justice system and led to the creation of an award-winning stage production.