A Q&A with Jess Eckerstorfer of SEAD Project Founded in 2011, the SEAD Project (Southeast Asian Diaspora) is a community organization based in Minneapolis, Minnesota and is “on a mission … Read more
As summer winds down, students are busy packing their backpacks and teachers are preparing classrooms and curriculum to welcome them warmly. Humanities councils are committed to supporting their local educators, … Read more
We are pleased to invite you to the 2022 National Humanities conference, where we will Experience Change in Kinetic California! This year’s program will include two days of virtual sessions on … Read more
As daylight lengthens, foliage culminates, and fireflies emerge to meet the stars, humanities councils are examining cultural intersections and probing contemplative questions within their communities: What are the freedoms and … Read more
As Program Associate, Community Initiatives at Virginia Humanities, Ressie Luck-Brimmer is responsible for regional engagement in southern Virginia and helps support the General Assembly African American Cultural Resources Task Force. … Read more
Hollywood Boulevard, Union Station, The Getty—any number of famous sites can come to your mind when you think of Los Angeles. Covering 469 square miles, it’s no surprise that this … Read more
2022 Helen and Martin Schwartz Prize For Public Humanities Programs in 2021 The Federation of State Humanities Councils is now accepting nominations for the 40th annual Helen and Martin Schwartz Prize, established … Read more
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The Federation of State Humanities Councils urges Congress to provide at least $204 million to the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), including at least $64 million for the state and jurisdictional humanities councils in FY 2023.