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Happy Martin Luther King, Jr. Day!
Martin’s Dream is spending the month of January at the Helene S. Mills Senior Multi-purpose Center in Atlanta. Flowers Hoping to Be Free returned home. Martin’s Dream is a traditional sampler quilt composed of 12 blocks. What makes it special is … Continue reading
Often my professional life and my quilt life intersect. Three of my quilts are part of my presentation to local governments entitled Would You Act Like That in Front of Your Grandmother? The three quilts are Fulton County Attorneys, Friends … Continue reading
My quilt Martin’s Dream reminds us that we do it for the next generation. Do something today to make the world a better place, no matter how small. Happy Martin Luther King Day!
The Martin Luther King Jr Memorial is being dedicated today. Having spent the first six years of my education in segregated schools, there is not a day that goes by that I am not grateful for his work toward equality. … Continue reading
Martin’s Dream is an old fashioned sampler quilt that celebrates traditional quilting. However, it is the border in this quilt that makes the quilt. Black boys, white boys, black girls, white girls, holding hands all around the quilt — and … Continue reading
Martin Luther King Jr.’s dream changed life for us all for the better. Aren’t you grateful he had the conviction to act on his dreams? This weekend, take one step toward fulfilling your dream. Happy Birthday, Martin!
The children of Dr. Martin Luther King are constantly in the news with their internal squabbles about their parents’ estates. Most people I know find this public airing of dirty family linen distasteful. It also dishonors the memory of their parents. … Continue reading