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Faith Ringgold
By Quinsey and Simone
Genre: Non-fiction Level: Elementary 4-6
Category: Student Examples

Faith Ringgold made a difference by using her artwork to show how she felt about blacks being separated from whites. She also made quilts of peace signs and wrote poems on quilts about blacks. Faith Ringgold showed in her art what she is like. She showed what a black woman's life was like. She showed everything that has come into her life as a black citizen.

Quinsey and Simone

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About the Author: Quinsey and Simone attend Chugach Optional Elementary in Anchorage, AK.

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