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This issue dedicated to the people of Flint, MI. What was done to you was not only criminal, but a crime against humanity.
Spring 2016: Special Edition
(April, May and June) 

Greetings All!

I just wanted to touch base on a few things.
Be/Coming will be on display in the exhibit The Fabric of Emancipation in Harlem, New York, New York from June 4 – September 1, 2016. Opening reception is TONIGHT, June 4, 2016 from 6-8 pm. If you are in the New York area, please stop by and check out. Leave your story behind.

Morris-Jumel Mansion
65 Jumel Terrace
New York, New York 1003

#FreeJasmine: No Jail Time for Black Lives Matter Organizer Wrongfully Convicted of 'Lynching'

Finally, and this is the real reason I sent this out today. Jasmine Sanders, a Black Lives Matter organizer in Pasedena, CA has been charged with Felony Lynching!


This is an insult and spits in the face to all those men, women and children who lost their lives through these vile acts of murder, rape, torture and being burned alive for decades. Keep in mind that not one of those perpetrators of true lynching has ever been brought to justice, not even when they have been identified and admitted to what they have done.

So I am asking you to please take action and sign this petition, if not for Jasmine so that we do not sugar coat, white wash, scapegoat or deny the true history of lynching. Click
here to sign.

With the utmost gratitude,






      Yeah, I guess we are crazy! And I'm okay with that!



Quilt I, Her Name was Laura Nelson,resting and gearing up to travel again. she's been submitted to several exhibitions.

Quilt II, RedRum Summer 1919, in Paducah, KY until July 2016.

Quilt III, A Partial Listing, is on hiatus until Quilt IV is completed.

Quilt IV, To Be Determined,Sewing has commenced and we should be finished piecing the top by end of Summer 2016..

Quilt V, The Making Quilt, we took a trip to the Cincinnati Museum of Art last year and then this fall a fabric was dyed for it. 

Quilt VI, Memoria: In Progress,
 is always looking for a place to go up for a few days, weeks or months. Let me know if you have a place in your community where we can place the boards for a period of time, no matter how short or long.

Quilt VII, All Around the World the Same Song, still forming and making itself in my mind. As soon as pen hits paper and the community interacts with the idea, it will birth itself.

Quilt VIII, The Ties That Bind, its launched and moving. Recently renamed from All My Relations.




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