The Women of Color Quilters Network, the artists of And Still We Rise, discuss the inspiration and history behind their 85 story quilts.
See 400 years of history in 85 story quilts, from Frederick Douglass to Mae Jemison to the first African American president in And Still We Rise: Race, Culture and Visual Conversations. Open NOW through March 29 at the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. #AndStillWeRise
This exhibition is guest curated by Carolyn Mazloomi, Ph.D., founder of the Women of Color Quilters Network (WCQN), and is organized by the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center and Cincinnati Museum Center.
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