The inspiration for this blog post is a community project I participated in back in 2002. It was this project that sparked my passion for origami.
It was a while ago, and I don't remember all the details, but I do remember that the activity led by the Student Diversity Team was part of a larger initiative associated with the city of North Adams. In accordance with Dr. King's advocacy of racial harmony and nonviolence, we read the story of Sadako and her thousand paper cranes. Then we made paper cranes with a wish for peace on the inside.
|I blogged about these origami forms in 2008.
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