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Celebrate Women’s History Month with a Quilt Story

Quilt with star pattern in seven rows of six stars with borderCelebrate Women's History Month by learning more about the the Brickley Family Legacy Quilt.

Since the early 1980s, Michigan State University Museum has become a world-class center of quilt-related scholarship and hosts unique and important collections of quilts and quilt-related materials. These collections have been built through groundbreaking research initiatives, conducted with deep community engagement and broad academic partnerships, with a special focus on digital preservation and access, social justice and human rights, health and well-being, Hmong, African Americans, and Native Americans.

“A Solitary Greenhouse,” created by jackie sumell, #MSUCAL 2019-2020 Artist-in-Residence of Critical Race Studies, is now on display in #MSU’s Beal Botanical Garden. Through this exhibit, sumell hopes to raise awareness of solitary confinement. Read more: https://t.co/MP4eeVHRCw

It’s #PollinatorWeek2021! DYK bees, birds, butterflies, bats & beetles all play an important role in helping achieve #SDGs?

Explore ways MSU research, education & outreach supports pollinators on campus & beyond & stay tuned for highlights all wk!🐝🦇🪲🦋
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Interested in a career in the arts and nonprofits? Check out the Kennedy Center Internship Program! Deadline to apply is Sunday, June 27!

Learn more: https://t.co/8iGKhfoMEu

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