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Monday Open Thread
I hope that most of you have a break from work today for the MLK holiday, and have time to reflect on King’s legacy, or maybe to use the time in service for others. I just returned from seeing Fabric of a Nation: American Quilt Stories at Boston’s Museum of Fine arts, which included many contributions from quilters of color, many of them enslaved people.
Feel free to share what you are up to below, or just enjoy the day and we can return to the subject of bread on Wednesday, when we’ll have a guest post from The Flour Ambassador, Amy Halloran, about the moment at the start of the 20th century that America turned away from home baked bread, toward bread made in factories.