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"“Patchwork” represents the stories and lives of women living in rural Bamberg, South Carolina during a time period of approximately 1939-1959. These God-centered women created an atmosphere that allowed the participants to help their families. Quilting was their point of focus; however this activity provided an opportunity to share their challenging stories.
Patchwork encourages us to find a way to bridge the gap between generations by sharing helpful information through conversation. Both groups the youth and the elder must be open to a two-way conversation. Being the elder does not mean you have a monopoly on teaching, the youth also have something to say. “Patchwork” says we should have the conversation."
Patchwork: Conversation Between Generations
Carol Wilson-Mack holds a Master’s Degree in Communication Arts from New York Institute of Technology. She is a graduate of The Long Ridge Writers’ Group. She completed a Doctoral Study in Divinity under the leadership of Dr. Arthur Belanger with the Open Bible Institute and Theology Seminary (2016). She has produced stage productions of Samuel French plays & is a stage play and film script writer. Several of her scripts have been in production in Baldwin, N.Y., Newark N.J., New York City and Bronx N.Y. She is the author of “Fan Loyalty,” a tribute to the late Brook Benton.