Interview with Nancy Naranjo
During the beginning of the interview, the interviewer takes Nancy Naranjo's personal information, including details concerning her residence, her education, the various forms her artwork takes, her ethnic background, the languages she speaks, her religious affiliation, and her occupation. As the interview continues, Naranjo speaks of her childhood and growing up. She talks about how she learned to sew and quilt from her grandmothers and her mother. Naranjo speaks of her Native American background, and of her parents and grandparents. She talks about her quilts--their spiritual and stylistic elements.
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