A few weeks ago I was in Cincinnati at my family reunion and we all went to the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center as a fun family outing. I'd heard great things about the museum so I was curious to check it out.
As soon as I walked into the museum and up the main entrance stairs I saw this piece, called Journeys I and II, by artist Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson. It's what she calls a raggonon, a textile that goes on and on. She worked on it for 35 years, and it documents moments in history: personally, communally and globally.