Community tapestry explanation
A video recording of a man speaking on stage at Fountain Park in Chestertown, Maryland on Juneteenth 2020. The man helped with the organization of the community tapestries that are being created in five Maryland counties, including Kent County. He explains the significance of the tapestry and how people can contribute to its creation. He also discusses God's role in everything and how people should "pray for peace but work for justice".
Juneteenth, Art, Community arts projects, Tapestry, Black lives matter movement, Religion, GodFloyd, George, 1973-2020 Chestertown
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