Body Count is doing its part to help those who have been wrongly imprisoned.
The band is selling limited edition “No Lives Matter” t-shirts. Sales of the shirts will go to benefit The Innocence Project and The RightWay Foundation.
The Innocence Project works to exonerate people who have been falsely incarcerated through DNA testing and criminal justice reform efforts. It was founded in 1992 by Peter Neufeld and Barry Scheck at Cardozo School of Law. According to information on the agency’s official website, 367 people nationwide have been exonerated by The Innocence Project through its efforts, and 21 of those people were on death row.
The RightWay Foundation foster care agencies to help young people who are caught in the foster system have better lives.
Body Count’s new fundraising effort comes more than a month after the band re-issued its 2017 song ‘No Lives Matter,’ The song was originally featured in the band’s 2017 album Bloodlust.
More information on Body Count’s re-release of ‘No Lives Matter,’ its new charity fundraiser and its latest news is available along with all of the group’s latest news at:
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