She's not lying. Having attended dozens of events over the years with Dallas-area exonerees as part of my work with the Innocence Project of Texas, including numerous lobby sessions and committee hearings at the capitol, Grits has become accustomed to feeling like a pigeon amidst a field of peacocks whenever I'm around them. Wrote Minora:
Scott’s store is both a convenience and a physical reminder of the group’s expectations. They have an image to uphold, and it’s not that of criminals.See the full story. Congrats on the coverage, Chris. Hope it draws you some business.
Dr. Jaimie Page, co-director of the Texas Exoneree Project and a social work professor, said that as more exonerations took place and the group became a brotherhood, fashion became part of their culture.“Part of it is very deep and meaningful, and part of it is fun,” Page said. “It helps with their new identity. It helps with their self-image and self-esteem.”