Video Presentations at the UGRR Quilt Code Traveling Exhibits Give Overview of the Historic Underground Railroad in America
Historian, Quilter, Griot
working exclusively on the issue of human trafficking.
Freedom Center in Cincinnati, OH.
video taped interviews with Serena Wilson.
Below is the CBS camera crew with
Teresa R. Kemp & her late mother, Serena Wilson
at the UGRR Underground Railroad Station,
Kelton House in Columbus, Ohio.
of their supporters &
Commemorative walk across
the bridge of the Ohio River
with other abolitionist families
and international supporters at the
Students get to see them
that is shown in the exhibit.
Master Quilter and Art Historian
National Freedom Center. (Below)
were chained against their will, while
waiting to be sold in Slave Markets in American.
Underground Railroad Nation Freedom Center
in Cincinnati, OH.
did not know what
helped with monies,
Free and enslaved populations (in some places)
co-existed with slavery, the same way we do now
with what is called "Human Trafficking".
(Click to hear her story)
Harriett Tubman (Click to hear her story)
"the spot" in the interview.
that often adults or children
might say something they did not mean,
they have offended.
I want them to "mend the breach"
during the Exhibit and Gallery Activities.
HUMAN TRAFFICKING - Modern Slavery
to fight the for enslaved!"
the Arts & Crafts Activity.
"UGRR Quilt Codes" were used.
African textile languages that make up the
Patterns is given, then students,
(Grades 2nd - 8th)
explored the exhibit.
teaching tool - UGRR Sampler Quilts.
They hold last UGRR Sampler quilt
made with her late mother
at the program to honor Military Veterans
held at Jim Hamilton Owens Field Airport in Columbia, SC.
with Crossroads quilt pattern
is hand painted and stamped. (Below)
Traveling Museum's African Collection. (Below left)
photograph quilt displays at exhibits.
during the 2005-2007
Underground Railroad Secret Quilt Code Museum
Exhibit in Underground Atlanta, Atlanta, GA.
documenting your community or family history.
about the Shakeree artifact with Hebrew symbols.
She had copies of original Glynn County, GA
USA plantation wills
dated 1844 & 1858 naming
Rev. Peter Farrow Sr. & his wife, Eliza as their slaves.
UGRR Quilt Code Museum
in the LA area viewed Exhibit
Diverse groups with common interest meet at exhibits.
Historians viewing several posters
with the translations
of African symbols meanings.
with Jewish symbols of dreidels. (Below)
Ghana, West Africa
with Hebrew symbolsare always the topic of conversations. (Below)
formerly located in Atlanta, GA
there were 7 video monitors and
they could add up to 150 chairs
for large groups to view videos.
daily Crafting Activities.
UGRR Arts & Crafts Activity
activities are part of their everyday life and they are already good at calculations.
to the American Plantation Quilt patterns
with same designs at the
Hundreds of SCAD
(Savannah College of Art & Design)
students viewed the Quilt show and Exhibit.
with cotton woven,
reverse applique textiles
lead to many discussions about
the Igbo tribes' people taken for agricultural abilities to grow rice, cotton and sugar cane.
had ancient knowledge
fine carpentry & metal smithing skills.
assisted & guided quilters thru exhibits of her Bits & Pieces Quilts,
also featured at the show.
Plan of Action for what they can do.
STOP HUMAN TRAFFICKING PAGE
for a more detailed listing
- US Department of State - 20 Ways You Can Help Fight Human Trafficking
- HELP ID ME - Missing Children's photos and info
Facebook page devoted to identifying missing children to share with friends
in the Fight Against Slavery produced
by the Polaris Project Map of the United States:
Polaris Project's website see what
passed in their states
to fight Human Trafficking.
- IJM (International Justice Mission)
- Hagar International
- CRS - Article Catholic Church is joining forces with local law enforcement agencies
at (404) 468-7050
Children's Health Care of Atlanta
KYAAP - In Kentucky, House Bill 3 requires all individuals to report suspected human trafficking of a child to DCBS. Human Trafficking Hotline Number is: . The information will be kept confidential and will be used for reporting purposes only.