The March Quilts Oral Histories

Responding to the Lynch Quilts Project

As told by TMQ6 participant Eleanor Davis

About The March Quilts

In 2015, members of Bib & Tucker made blocks reflecting on their own responses to the 50th anniversary of the Selma to Montgomery marches and the making of the three other March Quilts. The center blocks made of small colorful squares represent stained glass windows because churches were an integral part of the Civil Rights Movement. These small squares also link the Members’ quilt to the other quilts made in the first year of the project.

The project is possible from funding through our partners: