Join I Did the Time to celebrate the amazing photography of Debbie Espinoza in her work with Washington residents who are “Living with Conviction,” living with the burden of Legal Financial Obligations, court costs, fees and fines, many years after their justice-involvement has ended. Members from I Did the Time who were featured in Ms. Espinoza’s exhibit, along with members from other impacted groups across Washington will share on a panel about the impact of LFOs on their day to day lives and families. We will also prepare for the upcoming legislative session where the new LFO Reform bill will once again attempt to move through the Senate on to a new law that would halt the oppressive effects of these policies on individuals and families who are trying to move forward with their lives. Refreshments will be served. The photography exhibit will remain displayed in the downtown library through the month of January 2018.