The LAVA FOR GOOD media platform and its co-founders, music trade veterans JASON FLOM and JEFF KEMPLER, had been honored with the CHAMPION OF JUSTICE AWARD at this yr’s MID-ATLANTIC INNOCENCE PROJECT luncheon.
This yr’s luncheon, which came about in WASHINGTON, DC on WEDNESDAY (6/28), celebrated the storytellers who shine a light-weight on the wrongfully imprisoned and sometimes play a important position in securing their freedom.
LAVA FOR GOOD was introduced with the award by JOHN HUFFINGTON, a former MARYLAND demise row prisoner who was exonerated on JANUARY thirteenth, 40 years after his preliminary wrongful conviction. LAVA FOR GOOD lined his story in depth on FLOM’s “Wrongful Conviction” podcast collection.
Commented MAIP Govt Director SHAWN ARMBRUST, “This yr, MAIP was thrilled to honor LAVA FOR GOOD and its founders, JEFF KEMPLER and JASON FLOM. LAVA FOR GOOD’s impactful platform, by means of its compelling storytelling, has performed a big position in elevating consciousness about wrongful convictions and provoking optimistic change. LAVA FOR GOOD has exemplified the ability of storytelling in shedding gentle on the wrongfully imprisoned and advocating for justice.”
Based by music govt, podcast host, writer, and justice advocate FLOM and LAVA MEDIA COO KEMPLER, LAVA FOR GOOD creates standout unique content material, podcasts, and experiences with the objective of advocacy and impression by means of storytelling.
Commented FLOM, “JEFF and I had been humbled to be introduced with this award. For years, we’ve had deep ties to the MID-ATLANTIC INNOCENCE PROJECT. This award is an incredible honor and a testomony to the ability of inspirational storytelling creating real-world impression to fight wrongful convictions.”
To hearken to the present slate of LAVA FOR GOOD podcast collection, go to www.lavaforgood.com.