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#HumCitizen: Heal Up and Hair Over – Civility’s Role in Public Trust

Wyoming

Online – [digital, conversation] The council will publish a new and expanded edition of its “Heal Up and Hair Over” which will inspire a public program with a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and six program segments on Wyoming Public Radio and Television. A pop-up newsroom at a live event will also work to capture how citizens of the state feel about civility in Wyoming. (Public)

PROGRAM: What’s Your Why? Podcast Series

Wyoming

Ongoing – [podcast] Bringing the people, stories, and thoughts behind the scholars at the council’s events to everyone. Join Emy DiGrappa in conversation with these “superstars of the humanities!” (Resource)

PROGRAM: thinkWY Insight

Wyoming

2016 to 2017 – [Archived] An series of events encouraging community engagement and discussion of varied topics.(Performance, Presentation/Lecture)

RESOURCE: Digital Resource Toolkit for Wyoming’s Past

Wyoming

Ongoing – [online] WyoHistory.org is an educator toolkit for use in secondary classrooms, community colleges, universities, museums, and other informal education settings. (Resource)

GRANT: WY Opportunity Grants

Wyoming

Ongoing- [deadline] Learn more about Wyoming Humanities Council’s opportunity grants (awards up to $750). (Grant Opportunity)

GRANT: WY Mini Grants

Wyoming

Ongoing- [deadline] Learn more about Wyoming Humanities Council’s mini grants (awards up to $2,000). (Grant Opportunity)

PROGRAM: thinkWY Gatherings

Wyoming

Ongoing – [statewide] A branch of “Think & Drink” programs held throughout Wyoming. (Reading & Discussion)

OVERVIEW: Wyoming Pulitzer Prizes Centennial Campfires Activities

Wyoming

2017 – [online] Archived articles that feature important journalistic events, achievements, and people of Wyoming (Pulitzer Prizes Campfires, State Overview)

PROGRAM: WY The Bill of Rights and You

Wyoming

2016 – [Archived] Commemorating the 225th anniversary of the ratification of the bill of rights, 35 venues hosted this pop-up exhibit developed by the National Archives. (National Archives, Bill of Rights, Exhibit)

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