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Visioning Human Rights in the New Millennium

Visioning Human Rights in the New Millennium
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Quilting the World's Conscience by Carolyn L. Mazloomi

What a powerful way to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the United Nations Human Rights Declaration! This amazing book is a thoughtful journey of art and expression, as each of the quilts and works of fiber are are inspired by an article of The United Nations Declaration of Human Rights. With an eloquent introduction by Carolyn L. Mazloomi and artist statements along with each full-color picture, this is and art a book to spend time with and consider. 'Visioning Human Rights in the New Millennium' by Carolyn L. Mazloomi, PhD, published by Schiffer Publishing, Ltd., hardcover with 196 pages.

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