An African American quilter confronts racism amid COVID-19

An African American quilter confronts racism amid COVID-19

For centuries, Black women have been making quilts not only to keep warm, but also tell their stories. African American quilts have been a part of racial justice movements throughout U.S. history, and today, the art is drawing new attention following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis. In this video, we profile Ed Johnetta Miller, a world-renowned quilter whose work has taken a new turn as the country wrestles with multiple crises.

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