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Artists bring anti-rape Monument Quilt to Towson and Hopkins universities
Artists bring anti-rape Monument Quilt to Towson and Hopkins universities

"Stop, Dad, don't be mean." Those words, written by a child identified only as Sophie, age 4, were sewn into one of about a dozen square quilts spread out on pallets on the floor of an art studio in Baltimore's Greenmount West neighborhood April 11. . "I could not say no," had been written into another quilt. "Ask first. I love my body," was on another. Also, "We are here to listen when you are ready to talk" as well as, "We believe you. We care." The quilts are being collected by the studio owners, Rebecca Nagle, of Charles Village, and Hanna Brancato, of Station North, as part of the Monument Quilt, a project they...

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