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Following the reconstruction of The Portland Press Herald’s website, the article previously know as “Selling art that will set people free” has been retitled. It was originally released on March 5, 2009.

Please read the article, at the new link, HERE.

Thank you!

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Don’t miss Donald Verger’s new show! Throughout the month of April, a selection of Verger’s freshest photography will be on display at the Hilltop Cafe in Portland, ME. Unlike other work which features majestic lighthouses and the beauty of nature that graces our everyday, this show will be featuring the photography of people. Familiar and unfamiliar faces, the face of innocence…

Come join us at the Opening Reception, on Friday, April 3rd, 5-7pm. 100% of sales are donated to The Innocence Project.

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There is a powerful new book, Picking Cotton, about misidentification. A powerful story of the criminal justice system going wrong and of ultimate forgiveness and new insights.

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Donald is planning a show to Benefit the Innocence Project for the month of April at Portland, Maine’s Hilltop Cafe, 90 Congress Street. Return to this blog for details coming soon. In the meantime, google the new and powerful book, Picking Cotton by Ronald Cotton and Jennifer Thompson-Cannino and Erin Torneo.¬†

Ronald, Jennifer, and Erin recived the 2008 Soros Justice Media Fellowship for this couragous book.

Visit their website.

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