To document, discuss preserve our families cultures
and contribution to World & American History.
My mother, Mrs. Serena Strother Wilson
spoke before the United Nations Conference in 2004
"Honoring Ancestor Women"
in Salt Lake City, Utah USA.
Collaborating with organizations to
provide exhibition, wholesale & retail outlets for artist,
new businesses or service providers
By document our oral history/quilting
allowing social media accessibility &
digitizing of our collections.
By researching, documenting & publishing findings
By providing hands-on internships
for historians, archivist, quilters
City / County / State
Workforce Development Programs
Weavers, basket makers, woodworkers, metalsmiths,
& college students
Preservationist, art and related educational
Researchers with museum collection training opportunities.
Communications, English, History, Math,
Biology, Print making, Literature, Film Making,
ROTC & English as a Second Language
Classes all visited the "UGRR Secrets of the Quilts"
Exhibit at West Virginia State University,
Concord University & Bluefield State College.
By instructing Folk Art Classes,
exhibits, lectures, demonstrations
Slide and video presentations
by facilitating open dialogs between people
that will educate & heal communities.
Wood Carving Exhibit & Class (above)
Hebrew in West African textile
& Igbo Research Book (below)
By promoting the importance of preserving
displaying, teaching and documenting
all cultures & art forms.
To teach the importance
"Do unto others as you would
have others do unto you."
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