Blessed are the Makers: Devotional Art on the Border

In this time of shocking family separation and violence against the most vulnerable among us, we are often paralyzed by sorrow and a loss of faith. Creativity and the Acts of Devotion offer us a path to healing the rift, individually and collectively.

Published by Kosmos International, picked up by OpenDemocracy.org., then licensed under Creative Commons: The Migrant quilt is the story of how women on the U.S./MX border are taking the matter into their own hands…

https://www.kosmosjournal.org/kj_article/the-migrant-quilt/

One thought on “Blessed are the Makers: Devotional Art on the Border”

  1. Thanks for sharing this, Valerie! Some really gorgeous work/quilts. Somehow I need to find a space and try and bring them to Flagstaff.

    I hope you are doing well and having w wonderful summer. Cheers, Shawn.

    On Thu, Jun 21, 2018 at 2:23 PM, Art & Faith in the Desert wrote:

    > artandfaithinthedesert posted: ” In this time of shocking family > separation and violence against the most vulnerable among us, we are often > paralyzed by sorrow and a loss of faith. Creativity and the Acts of > Devotion offer us a path to healing the rift, individually and c” >

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