“We feel that The Quilted Conscience really assists to show the welcoming communities in America, as well as brings out common ground among refugees and native born. Arts, crafts, film, music, dance – these venues assist to inform even more community members about refugees.”
– Ann Marie Kudlacz, Executive Director, So. Sudan Community Association, Omaha, NE
A youthful reaction to a Quilted Conscience exhibition.
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A typical response to the documentary at a Humanities Nebraska viewing.
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Some support statements for The Quilted Conscience project.
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“The Quilted Conscience is a high-impact program that offers a culturally unifying opportunity. This program brings students together in an environment that captures cross-cultural, life-changing experiences. Lincoln is a refugee-resettlement community represented by many cultures from around the world. I know there is great interest by many in our community to establish this project. Lincoln Public Schools embraces this partnership and offers in-kind support with time and talent. We appreciate consideration for this important project that offers an opportunity for our students to form bonds and make important connections with the Lincoln community.”
– Steve Joel, Superintendent, Lincoln Public Schools, Lincoln, NE