Making at Home: Interest-Driven Practices and Supportive Relationships in Minoritized Homes

“When I was little I saw my grandmother using a sewing machine and I thought it looked so cool—it’s not like everyone can do it—it’s like…she’s sewing a dress by herself ! — and like, not a lot of people can do that….so when I got older I just wanted to be like one of... Read more »

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