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Look inside Interview with Sara Trail
  • Publisher: C&T Publishing
  • Edition: BB Hardback
  • Publication: 31 October 2021
  • ISBN 13/EAN: 9781644031384
  • Stock: Not Yet Published
  • Size: 229x305 mm
  • Illustrations: 252
  • Pages: 176
  • RRP: £22.99
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Stitching Stolen Lives


The Social Justice Sewing Academy Remembrance Project; Amplifying voices, empowering youth & building empathy through quilts by Sara Trail & Teresa Duryea Wong

Book Description

Stitching Stolen Lives is an in-depth look at the mission and work of the Social Justice Sewing Academy Remembrance Project. This book shares stories and insight into the lives lost and the long overlooked, heartrending truths shared by teens and young adults.

  • Personal stories of individuals and their families whose lives have been cut short by racially-motivated crime
  • Includes thought-provoking portrait art quilt blocks in the likeness of those whose lives were stolen
  • Valuable resource section provides information on how to talk about racial equity, use art as a tool to aid self-expression, and get started on your own social justice initiative
About the Author

About Sara Trail

Sara Trail is the founder and Executive Director of the Social Justice Sewing
Academy (SJSA). SJSA is based in Antioch, CA, USA. Visit the SJSA website www.sjsacademy.com.

About Teresa Duryea Wong

Teresa Duryea Wong is a researcher, lecturer, and author of four nonfiction quilt history books. She lives in Houston, Texas, USA. Visit the Social Justice Sewing Academy website www.sjsacademy.com.

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