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Keystone College will welcome the Glass Artisans Chapter of the Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen and the Center for Anti-Slavery Studies for a lecture and exhibit on the Freedom Quilt. The lecture and exhibit are freedom and open to the public.

Sherman and Cindy Wooden, founders of the Center for Anti-Slavery Studies, will lead a lecture explaining the creative process behind the stained-glass Freedom Quilt exhibit and the Underground Railroad in Northeastern Pennsylvania exhibit on Tuesday, April 21 at 2:15 in the Theatre in Brooks.

The Freedom Quilt exhibit, created by the Chapter of the Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen, is a stained glass representation of the freedom quilts associated with the Underground Railroad. The Freedom Quilt exhibit will be on display in the lobby of the Theatre in Brooks April 7-21, during normal operating hours.

For more information, contact Jared Jaffe at 570-945-8463 or at jared.jaffe@keystone.edu.