At Notre Dame, classroom learning across the curriculum is applied in real-world contexts through visits to our local neighbors. Classes regularly visit historic landmarks, civic and political organizations, and culturally-rich communities within walking distance of campus. The US History class recently went on a walking field trip last week to the San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles located in the SOFA District. Students were invited to view art installations that express human stories by different artists reflecting on the events of 2020. Their works are artifacts of living history for many communities. Students were asked to imagine writing a page of a future history book and detailing what future generations should know about these important events. They reflected using various lenses that shape the current social, cultural, political, economic and geographic landscape of our country.