Childhood memory of community family Juneteenth celebration in 1955 on Roanoke Island.
Be kind to your mind during the pandemic by making something with your creative hands.
Braiding cords with beads into necklaces is helping me to stay calm and focused on surviving this pandemic.
Freedom starts inside and spreads outward and begins with peace of mind. Music unlocks the door!
I pray to be humble & kind on Pandemic May Day 2020. The world is in a tizzy but I don’t have that luxury.
Indigenous embroidery tips, tricks and traps.
We can rise up from the charred cinders of our brokenness by transforming our hands to be creative.
Indigenous textiles as a vehicle to jump start creativity to facilitate self-healing.
The 411 on accessing Marks of Resistance: Indigenous Embroidery as an online class.
Overview of Marks of Resistance online class and the Seed 2 Runway Project.