Dearly Beloved: We are our own Record Keepers
Dearly Beloved: We are our own Record Keepers

Providence, RI quilt. “Dearly Beloved is a commemoration initiated by two Black mothers in New England who are also professors. The goal is to memorialize and honor those who have been murdered through state sanctioned violence. We support the growing movements against the militarized institutions of the criminal justice system.”

Dearly Beloved
Dearly Beloved

Dartmouth, MA quilt.

“A large collective of intergenerational organizers and artists have painted 33 portraits of people who have been killed by state sanctioned violence. They range in age from 7 to a 107 years old. They include Black and Indigenous children (one of them unborn), men, and trans and cis women.“

Dearly Beloved
Dearly Beloved

”We stand today, survivors of 500 years of this system. We stand in grief for we cannot forget those who have fallen victim to this system’s vicious ways: our community, their loved ones and their families.“

Safer Rhodes Coalition and Pronk banners
Safer Rhodes Coalition and Pronk banners

Banners made with Coalition members to support their work in supporting immigrant rights and community safety. Also made for Pronk 2016 parade.

Migration is Beautiful
Migration is Beautiful
No Human Being is Illegal
No Human Being is Illegal
migrating ducks
migrating ducks

Dirt Palace window: Stuffed ducks. Dyed printed and sewn recycled t-shirt jersey knits.

photo by Norlan Olivo

migrating ducks
migrating ducks

Dirt Palace window: Stuffed ducks. Dyed printed and sewn recycled t-shirt jersey knits.

photo by Norlan Olivo

migrating ducks
migrating ducks

Dirt Palace window

photo by Norlan Olivo

migrating ducks
migrating ducks

Dirt Palace window

photo by Norlan Olivo

migrating ducks
migrating ducks

Dirt Palace window

photo by Norlan Olivo

migrating ducks
migrating ducks

Dirt Palace window

photo by Norlan Olivo

migrating ducks
migrating ducks

Dirt Palace window

photo by Norlan Olivo

102 changing threads
102 changing threads

Slater Mill: the mother of all strikes

photo by Susan O'Connell

102 changing threads
102 changing threads

Slater Mill: the mother of all strikes

102 changing threads
102 changing threads

Slater Mill: the mother of all strikes

photo by Katie Krafft

feather bag
feather bag

Design for Cojolya Association

feather bag
feather bag

Design for Cojolya Association

feather bag pheasant
feather bag pheasant
feather bag flamingo
feather bag flamingo

feather patterned jaspe stripe detail

we don't like to keep it simple
we don't like to keep it simple

fundraiser print for New Urban Arts:

 

we don't like to keep it simple
we don't like to keep it simple

fundraiser print for New Urban Arts:

we don't like to keep it simple
we don't like to keep it simple

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we don't like to keep it simple
we don't like to keep it simple

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we don't like to keep it simple
we don't like to keep it simple

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we don't like to keep it simple
we don't like to keep it simple

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we don't like to keep it simple
we don't like to keep it simple

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Dearly Beloved: We are our own Record Keepers
Dearly Beloved
Dearly Beloved
Safer Rhodes Coalition and Pronk banners
Migration is Beautiful
No Human Being is Illegal
migrating ducks
migrating ducks
migrating ducks
migrating ducks
migrating ducks
migrating ducks
migrating ducks
102 changing threads
102 changing threads
102 changing threads
feather bag
feather bag
feather bag pheasant
feather bag flamingo
we don't like to keep it simple
we don't like to keep it simple
we don't like to keep it simple
we don't like to keep it simple
we don't like to keep it simple
we don't like to keep it simple
we don't like to keep it simple
Dearly Beloved: We are our own Record Keepers

Providence, RI quilt. “Dearly Beloved is a commemoration initiated by two Black mothers in New England who are also professors. The goal is to memorialize and honor those who have been murdered through state sanctioned violence. We support the growing movements against the militarized institutions of the criminal justice system.”

Dearly Beloved

Dartmouth, MA quilt.

“A large collective of intergenerational organizers and artists have painted 33 portraits of people who have been killed by state sanctioned violence. They range in age from 7 to a 107 years old. They include Black and Indigenous children (one of them unborn), men, and trans and cis women.“

Dearly Beloved

”We stand today, survivors of 500 years of this system. We stand in grief for we cannot forget those who have fallen victim to this system’s vicious ways: our community, their loved ones and their families.“

Safer Rhodes Coalition and Pronk banners

Banners made with Coalition members to support their work in supporting immigrant rights and community safety. Also made for Pronk 2016 parade.

Migration is Beautiful
No Human Being is Illegal
migrating ducks

Dirt Palace window: Stuffed ducks. Dyed printed and sewn recycled t-shirt jersey knits.

photo by Norlan Olivo

migrating ducks

Dirt Palace window: Stuffed ducks. Dyed printed and sewn recycled t-shirt jersey knits.

photo by Norlan Olivo

migrating ducks

Dirt Palace window

photo by Norlan Olivo

migrating ducks

Dirt Palace window

photo by Norlan Olivo

migrating ducks

Dirt Palace window

photo by Norlan Olivo

migrating ducks

Dirt Palace window

photo by Norlan Olivo

migrating ducks

Dirt Palace window

photo by Norlan Olivo

102 changing threads

Slater Mill: the mother of all strikes

photo by Susan O'Connell

102 changing threads

Slater Mill: the mother of all strikes

102 changing threads

Slater Mill: the mother of all strikes

photo by Katie Krafft

feather bag

Design for Cojolya Association

feather bag

Design for Cojolya Association

feather bag pheasant
feather bag flamingo

feather patterned jaspe stripe detail

we don't like to keep it simple

fundraiser print for New Urban Arts:

 

we don't like to keep it simple

fundraiser print for New Urban Arts:

we don't like to keep it simple

detail

we don't like to keep it simple

detail

we don't like to keep it simple

detail

we don't like to keep it simple

detail

we don't like to keep it simple

detail

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