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Valentino Dixon: Artist, exoneree, visionary

Valentino Dixon

For more than 27 years, Valentino Dixon was in prison for a crime he did not commit. In 1990, at just 21, he was arrested and convicted of murder. In prison, he fought to prove his innocence and used his passion for art to find sanctuary from his prison cell.

In September 2018, thanks to Golf Digest and students at Georgetown University, he walked out of prison a free man.

Learn more about Valentino, view and purchase his artwork, subscribe to his newsletter (www.ValentinoDixon.com) and check out his recently launched foundation, Art of Freedom, at www.ArtofFreedomFoundation.org.

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