ALABAMA CHANIN – THE FACTORY THIS WEEK

THE FACTORY + ALABAMA CHANIN | 6/52 | 2018

“Let woman’s claim be as broad in the concrete as the abstract. We take our stand on the solidarity of humanity, the oneness of life, and the unnaturalness and injustice of all special favoritism, whether of sex, race, country, or condition. If one link of the chain is broken, the chain is broken.” – Anna Julia Cooper

Continuing our series in honor of Black History Month, we explore the influential African-American female authors and poets who, with their works, inspire and encourage all people while honoring their own heritage and ancestors.

Still I Rise – Maya Angelou

Cooking with Zora Neale Hurston

Octavia E. Butler: Telling My Stories; an exhibit

Toni Morrison on the Journal

Alice Walker, The Color Purple, and “giving her ancestors a voice”

ALABAMA CHANIN – THE FACTORY THIS WEEK

The Week Ahead

@ Alabama Chanin

Look for a new look and designs in our Bridal + Evening Collection tomorrow.

@ The School of Making

Design Bundle #5 debuts this Thursday.

@ The Factory Store + Café

The Daily Menu (Monday through Friday + Saturday brunch)

Tuesday – First Tuesdays sewing group meets at The Factory

Friday – King Cake pick-up at The Factory Café

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  1. Brunella B Rosser

    Oh my goodness… although I’m a bit late opening my fave Alabama Chanin newsletter– I have to tell you that it is late here in Newnan, Georgia, but I had to take a moment to tell you that when I saw the mention of Honoring Black History Month– my heart beat better. And, then you traveled even along further down that Humanity road to recognize some very sacred moments and people in my history– I’m just thrilled to know Alabama Chanin. I’ve taken your lovely class on Craftsy, and I’ve begun my collection of your books with The Geometry of Hand Sewing, and I’m working on following your “Enjoy the Process” method of approaching Living, Doing, and Making. Thank You Natalie Chanin for being, and while being you’re helping and healing with fabrics, threads, and needles of love.
    I’m Happy!
    Brunella BR

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