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“I had to let it go”

Cheryl Blevins, a former TJJD employee, poses for a portrait in Bastrop on Nov 2, 2022

Trauma echoes

Tiffany Jones, a former TJJD employee, demonstrates her artwork at her home in Manor on Nov 2, 2022. Jones has used art as a way to combat the severe depression she suffered after her injury.

Cheryl Blevins, a former TJJD employee, poses for a portrait in Bastrop on Nov 2, 2022

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