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Release: From Stigma to Acceptance Opens Jan. 17

This student-curated exhibit featuring the words and art of formerly incarcerated offenders is a collaboration between Sawtooth School, Wake Forest Humanities Institute and Department of History, the Winston-Salem Project Re-Entry program of the Piedmont Triad Regional Council, and former offenders who graduated from the program.  The reception and exhibit are free and open to the public.

EXHIBITING JANUARY 17 – FEBRUARY 28 | OPENING RECEPTION SAT. JANUARY 17 FROM 1 TO 3 PM

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  1. Earl Dominie jr

    January @ 6

    I am excited to see the exhibit on Saturday. I am a participant of the program. I really hope that this will help the public understand that we are good people with a past of bad choices, but, with the help of your participation and the guidance of the Re-Entry program, folks like myself can have a voice and a second chance to prove that we can make good choices to be the people we were meant to be. Myself and others like me, we only want to be productive citizens and to be able to make a good life with what we have to work with. I’m not looking for any sympathy for the mistakes I made in my life nor do I regret any, because I was on the path that God had chose for my life and I will not be making any more mistakes. I am happy with my family and the life I have and only I can see the future I will be in. I will make it! !♡

    Sincerely hopeful,
    Earl Dominie Jr.

  2. Sawtooth School

    January @ 6

    Thanks so much for your comment, Earl. We are pleased to be hosting the exhibit here at Sawtooth and are excited to expand what our typical viewer thinks of the creative process and its impact on the people involved. Hope to meet you at the opening!

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