Quilt I at the Madame Walker Theatre
Quilt I at the Madame Walker Theatre

Indianapolis, IN, March 2012. This photograph was taken at the Madame Walker Theatre in March 2012 at a community arts and health event.

Quilt VI _ Central Library
Quilt VI _ Central Library

Volunteer Quilter
Volunteer Quilter

Otis Grove works on Quilt I, Her Name was Laura Nelson at The Chicago Historical Society.

Quilt I at the Madame Walker Theatre
Quilt I at the Madame Walker Theatre

Indianapolis, IN, March 2012. This photograph was taken at the Madame Walker Theatre in March 2012 at a community arts and health event.

Welcome!

The Lynch Quilts Project is a community based effort, which examines the history and ramifications of racial violence in the United States of America through the textile tradition of quilting. Join us in weaving a path towards social justice - past, present and future.

 

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LaShawnda  Crowe Storm

Race Relations Resources

 

Interested in tackling these issues around race, but don't know where to start? 

 

Click here for a comprehensive list of resources concerning racial equity, justice and healing developed by the W.K. Kellog Foundation. 

 

Click here for a condensed list which also includes art and peacebuilding related resources that I have used in the development of The Lynch Quilts Project.

TEDx Indianapolis: Building Community One Stitch at a Time

For more information about my art practice, click here or visit www.LaShawndaCroweStorm.com.​