A celebratory event of The Voices of St. Joseph’s Orphanage multimedia exhibition, which tells the story of the former orphans of the Orphanage, and their remarkable and enduring accomplishments. The multimedia exhibit includes photographs, documents, artifacts, and oral history selections from fifteen participants of the Restorative Inquiry and will be open at the Vermont History Museum in Montpelier through July (after which it will travel to a new site).
Elements of the exhibition–including the oral history selections–can also be found on the Restorative Inquiry website: https://www.stjosephsrjinquiry.com/oralhistoryexhibition.
The Voices of St. Joseph’s Orphanage exhibition contains material that may be challenging for children and may be disturbing or triggering for other visitors.
The voices of St. Joseph’s Orphanage exhibit is sponsored by the Burlington Community Justice Center and Vermont Folklife, and funded in part by a Vermont Humanities grant.