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2022 One Injustice is One Too Many Gala

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Heard Museum

2301 N Central Ave

Phoenix, AZ 85004

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Join us for our 4th annual One Injustice Gala at the Heard Museum on March 25, 2022 from 5:30 to 8:30 PM.

About this event

Arizona Justice Project requests the pleasure of your company for the 4th One Injustice is One Too Many event. This is our major fundraising event for the year. We are excited to present this year's keynote speaker, Anthony Ray Hinton!

Join us for an unforgettable night of heartfelt celebration at the Heard Museum. Guests will enjoy food stations with heavy hors d'oeuvres, drinks, live music, and exciting auction items! 


Champion Sponsor ($10,000+)

Mitchell Stein Carey Chapman, PC

Osborn Maledon

Defender Sponsors ($5,000+)

Papetti Samuels Weiss LLP

Snell & Wilmer

Fellow Sponsor ($2,500+)



Alpha Graphics-University Drive


Sponsorship Packet

To become a sponsor, contact 602-844-1220 or email jasmine.young@azjusticeproject.org.

Keynote Bio:

Anthony Ray Hinton survived for 30 years on Alabama's death row. His story is a decades-long journey to exoneration and freedom. In 1985, Mr. Hinton was convicted of the unsolved murders of two fast-food restaurant managers based on the testimony of ballistics experts for the State who claimed that the crime bullets came from a dusty revolver found in Mr. Hinton's mother’s closet.

Without the benefit of a competent expert to challenge the State’s theory (Mr. Hinton’s lawyer hired a ballistics expert who was blind in one eye), an all-white jury convicted Mr. Hinton and he was sentenced to death. After years of petitioning to have the revolver re-analyzed, three independent experts concluded that the bullets could not have been fired from his mother’s revolver.

With the assistance of the Equal Justice Initiative, led by attorney Bryan Stevenson, Mr. Hinton was freed in 2015. Since his release, Mr. Hinton has traveled the world sharing his story and discussing the changes that need to be made to prevent similar injustices from happening to other people. In 2018, Mr. Hinton published The Sun Does Shine: How I Found Life and Freedom on Death Row, which was selected for Oprah’s Book Club and is a New York Times bestseller. In 2019, he was awarded an honorary doctorate from St. Bonaventure University.

Event Program:

5:30pm – 7:00pm: Food Stations and Cocktail Reception in the Central Courtyard

  • Live Music
  • Drinks
  • Food Stations
  • Raffle and Silent Auction

7:00pm – 8:00pm: Program in the Steele Auditorium

  • Keynote by Anthony Ray Hinton

8:00pm: Your Chance to Make an Impact

  • Your support helps correct wrongful convictions and make the Arizona justice system fairer for all


Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?

Yes. Guests must be 21 or older to attend.

What are my parking options?

Complimentary self-parking will be available on site for your convenience.

What should I wear?

We suggest cocktail attire. Visit our One Injustice photo gallery to see what guests wore last year.

How can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Please contact Jasmine Young at jasmine.young@azjusticeproject.org or 602-844-1220 with any questions.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

You do not have to bring your printed ticket to the event. We will have your name on our guest list at registration.

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Heard Museum

2301 N Central Ave

Phoenix, AZ 85004

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No Refunds

Organizer Arizona Justice Project

Organizer of 2022 One Injustice is One Too Many Gala

The Arizona Justice Project was established in 1998 and became the fifth organization in the United States created to help inmates overturn wrongful convictions. Today, there are more than 60 similar organizations worldwide.

Indigence is frequently associated with injustice and the quality of justice suffers as a result. To prevent denial of access to justice, members from the Arizona Attorneys for Criminal Justice founded the Arizona Justice Project in 1998. Its mission is to represent indigent Arizona inmates whose claims of innocence or manifest injustice have gone unheeded. Every time an accused goes to prison without having received a fair trial, we are one step closer to the loss of our own freedoms. In fact, there is no greater punishment than that imposed on the innocent.

Cases Of Innocence Of Manifest Injustice

The Arizona Justice Project reviews and assists in cases of actual innocence or cases in which a manifest injustice has occurred. To date, the Arizona Justice Project has received over 5,000 requests for assistance, and currently has between 40 to 50 cases in post-conviction relief proceedings under the supervision of a review team. Oftentimes, the Arizona Justice Project is a last resort for men and women who have been failed by our justice system. Their voices would go unheard and sadly, many innocent people would remain wrongfully behind bars without the hard work of our Arizona Justice Project staff and volunteers.

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