Shining a light on the global refugee crisis.

When refugees cross borders, it鈥檚 because extreme weather, genocide or persecution leaves them no other options but to flee for survival.

When Jennifer Kim Sohn discovered the number of refugees had grown globally to 25 million by 2019, she thought, 鈥淲hat can I do to shine a light on this incredible suffering?鈥澨


As an immigrant, artist, and activist, Sohn turned to art and used social media to inspire others to join in her monumental art activism project: creating 25 million hand-sewn stitches, each representing a single displaced human being. It quickly grew and reached its goal in a matter of months 鈥 with contributions from 2,300 stitchers on six continents, 37 nations and in all 50 states.听听


Today, 25 Million Stitches travels the U.S. to raise awareness of this global human displacement crisis, beautifully sharing the intimate stories and hardships refugees often face with dignity, grace and solidarity.

Experience this breathtaking exhibit yourself and be moved by every single stitch.听Sponsored Content


Learn more today.

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Wisconsin Museum of Quilts & Fiber Arts

N50 W5050 Portland Rd

Cedarburg, Wisconsin

Wed-Sat: 10am-4pm | Sun: Noon-4pm

Mon-Tues: By Appointment

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