Fourteen inmates enrolled in a Maricopa County Sheriff's Office reentry/rehabilitation program, along with corrections officers and artist collaborators, worked with artist Gregory Sale to create a museum installation featuring painted black-and-white striped walls that mimicked the visual imagery of standard-issue inmate uniforms. The three striped walls became the most explicit visual framework for the residency exhibition "It's not just black and white." The opening and closing receptions, film screenings, readings, visual and mediated exhibitions, public forums, panel discussions, dance and other staged events, all occurred against this defining backdrop. A fourth “open” wall of the installation invited all who visited to write, draw or record their thoughts about the current system of incarceration. As the title implies, an intention of the work was to explore and expose the many often-conflicting viewpoints, perspectives and values that emerge from thoughtful considerations of justice and public safety.