Programs

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PROGRAM: National Month

American Samoa

Oct. 2017 – [throughout] Local communities perform cultural dramas, dances, and other activities to celebrate history. (Festival)

RESOURCE: We The People: A Pictorial Atlas

American Samoa

Ongoing – [resource] An atlas project that highlights the way of life on the islands. (Publication)

RESOURCE: We the People: A History of American Samoa

American Samoa

Ongoing – [resource] A teaching tool to help in teaching and the study of the history of American Samoa. (Publication)

PROGRAM: The Humanities in Radio & TV

American Samoa

Ongoing – [throughout] An open forum type radio and television program with discussions on culture, tradition, and language. (Radio & Television)

RESOURCE: Children’s Reading Books

American Samoa

Ongoing – [resource] Books for children in elementary grades written in the Samoan language. (Publication)

RESOURCE: The 100 Women of America Samoa

American Samoa

Ongoing – [resource] A book that provides an overview of developments and achievements of the women of American Samoa. (Publication)

GRANT: Major Grants

American Samoa

Ongoing – [deadline] Learn more about American Samoa Councils major grants (award up to $5,000). (Grant Opportunity)

GRANT: Mini Grants

American Samoa

Ongoing – [deadline] Learn more about American Samoa Councils mini grants (award up to $2,500). (Grant Opportunity)

PROGRAM: History Day

American Samoa

June 2017 – [Pago Pago, AS] A program that transforms the way history is taught and learned in classrooms. (Competition)

OVERVIEW: Kentucky Pulitzer Prize Centennial Campfires Activities

Kentucky

2016 – [Archived] The Kentucky Humanities Council hosted multiple events, including presentations at its annual Kentucky Book Fair, that featured Pulitzer Prize winners Joel Pett (2000) and Maria Henson (1992). (Pulitzer Prize Campfires, State Overview)

OVERVIEW: Louisiana Pulitzer Prizes Centennial Campfires Activities

Louisiana

2016 – [Archived] The Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities conducted programming centered on four Louisiana-inspired Pulitzer winners in celebration of the Pulitzer Prizes 100th anniversary. (Pulitzer Prizes Campfires Initiative)

PROGRAM: Topeka StoryCorps: Sixty Years of Brown

Kansas

2016 – [Archived] A city-wide, inter-generational oral history project that explored the legacy of the landmark Supreme Court case that desegregated public schools. (Oral History)

PROGRAM: We Are One

Utah

2014 – [Archived] Humanities as a catalyst in the lives of young people and in the community. (Workshop)

PROGRAM: Idea Lab: The Pursuit of Happiness

Oregon

2014 – [Archived] Exploring the pursuit of happiness with students and teachers. (Schwartz Prize Winner, Workshop)

PROGRAM: PRIME TIME Preschool

Louisiana

Ongoing – [statewide] A premier humanities literacy program for vulnerable families. (Reading and Discussion)

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