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Kathleen D(orothy) Lindsey (1949-)

Career

Writer. Performer, with sisters, of Seven Quilts for Seven Sisters, a historical treatment of African American quilting with music and drama, live and on television for To save their farm from foreclosure, Sadie and her family band together to turn Mama's delectable pies into a source of income. (From Sweet Potato Pie, written by Kathleen D. Lindsey and illustrated by Charlotte Riley-Webb.) Public Broadcasting stations and the syndicated network show Visions. Member and leader of quilting guilds; teacher of quilting and other folk art crafts. Keynote speaker, "Remembering Black History," Black History Month in New Jersey, 2004; also shared podium at a lecture event with Miss America 2004, Erika Dunlap.

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Brief BiographiesBiographies: C(hristopher) J(ohn) Koch Biography - C.J. Koch comments: to Sir (Alfred Charles) Bernard Lovell (1913– ) BiographyKathleen D(orothy) Lindsey (1949-) Biography - Career, Sidelights - Personal, Member, Honors Awards, Writings, Work in Progress