Via pottery, formerly incarcerated people build connections

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“I'm formerly incarcerated. I served 13 years of my life. But it didn't define me,” says Domonique Perkins, co-founder of People’s Pottery Project. Photo by Steve Chiotakis/KCRW.

At People’s Pottery Project in Glassell Park, formerly incarcerated women can learn how to work with ceramics, earn a living wage, and find social support.

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