Court, Community, and Connection:
 The American Museum of Tort Law and Assistant Director Sara Nowak

The American Museum of Tort Law, founded by consumer advocate Ralph Nader, is the first of its kind. Located in Winsted, Connecticut, the museum traces the history of important events that resulted in landmark litigation. Its exhibits mainly consist of political cartoons thatĀ present important concepts with panache. The visuals grab

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 The American Museum of Tort Law and Assistant Director Sara Nowak

Quilting as Community: A Trip to the Wood Memorial Library & Museum in South Windsor, Connecticut

  The most vivid memory of my first visit to The Wood Memorial Library & Museum is of the 103 Ā½-inch-x-89-inch quilt that caught my eye when I walked in the main entrance and glanced toward the staircase that leads to the second floor. The South Windsor Bicentennial Quilt was

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