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We Belong

Juliana Kang Robinson

POJAGI is the traditional Korean patchwork artform using scrap fabric to create wrapping cloths to protect valuables. Pojagi represents how members of a community can come together to enfold and carry one another in goodwill.

Part of the ASIAN AMERICAN NATIVE HAWAIIAN PACIFIC ISLANDER WOMEN ARTISTS UNITED Graphics package. For all the graphics in a zip folder check the post with the above title .

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