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Part III: Engaging History and Imagining Democracy for “A More Perfect Union”
Beginning in September 2021, the National Endowment for Humanities (NEH)’s “A More Perfect Union” (AMPU) Initiative has sparked conversation, education, and civic engagement opportunities across the states and territories. Awarding … Read more
The 118th Congress Appropriations Committees – Subcommittees on Interior and the Environment
Following are the members of the House and Senate subcommittees on Interior and the Environment, which has jurisdiction over the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH): House Appropriations: Interior, Environment, … Read more
Humanities Advocacy: FY 24 Position Paper and Talking Points￼
In 2022, the Federation facilitated an united funding request to Congress from the humanities community to provide at least $204 million for the NEH for FY23 and $64 million for … Read more