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Black History Month

We invite you to celebrate the achievements of all black artists with our limited edition Black History quilts inspired by the endurance, community, and creativity of Gee’s Bend. In partnership with The Souls Grown Deep Foundation, 100% of the profits from your purchase will go towards their mission of promoting African American artists from the South and preserving the cultural traditions in which they are rooted.

 

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Black History Little Quilt

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Black History Throw Quilt

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Black History Quilts

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Souls Grown Deep

The Souls Grown Deep Foundation is dedicated to promoting African American artists from the South and supporting their communities through economic empowerment, racial and social justice, and educational advancement.

To learn more about the Gee’s Bend quilters and The Souls Grown Deep Foundation visit soulsgrowndeep.org.

Photo courtesy of Souls Grown Deep.

 

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Earth Day

Inspired by astronomer Carl Sagan’s Pale Blue Dot and his humbling words as he reflects upon a photograph of Earth taken from billions of miles away. In partnership with the Save the Boundary Waters campaign, 20% of the profits from our Earth Day quilts will go toward their mission to provide permanent protection for the Boundary Waters Wilderness Area.

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Earth Day Little Quilt

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Earth Day Throw Quilt

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Earth Day Quilts

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Save the Boundary Waters

The Campaign, led by Northeastern Minnesotans for Wilderness, was organized by local residents in and around Ely, Minnesota, who are dedicated to creating a national movement to protect the clean water, clean air and forest landscape of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness and its watershed from toxic pollution caused by mining copper, nickel and other metals from sulfide-bearing ore. To learn more about the Save the Boundary Waters campaign and their efforts visit savetheboundarywaters.org.

Image courtesy of Melanie Radzicki McManus – Special to the Star Tribune