There were several Corita Kent serigraph prints on the table in the print room, and with interest and intrigue I asked: “What are those?” It was at that moment I was introduced to Sister Corita Kent, I had never heard of her before that moment, but I felt like I knew her work. They felt familiar. Particularly, it was the vibrancy of the colors used in the poster, for the saturated blue, yellow, and red lured my undeniable attention. Then, the words on the poster provoked emotion; I felt issues of equality and social justice, so I was curious about her history. That moment led me to a research project with the Corita Kent collection.