Gallery

Quilts and Human Rights

Worrall, Mary; MacDowell, Marsha; Swanson, Lynne

This gallery examines the ways in which textiles—especially quilts—have been made and used to demonstrate solidarity with movements dedicated to advancing international human rights, to mark important events related to human rights violations, to pay tribute to those individuals who have...(More)

Quilts


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Merits of Bombs?

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Arpillera

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Yesterday: Civil Rights in the South

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Nelson Mandela's Presence

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Mr. Mandela

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Peeling Layers Back to Basics

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Sarai Mugare

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She Carries Her House

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Anti-Apartheid Portraits

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Strange Fruit: A Century of Lynching

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The Tree of Peace Saves the Earth

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So Many Twin Towers

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Voices of Freedom

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Walls Talking: Mulatto Ex-Slave in Her House Near Greensboro, Alabama