ICYMI & NEH in the News (February 3rd through 7th)

In Case You Missed It

Our colleagues at the National Endowment for the Arts were featured in a study published by Southern Methodist University in Dallas.

We hosted our third Google Hangout with National History Day.

We shared examples of Black History Month events from State Humanities Councils.

We posted Upcoming Grant Deadlines (April/May).

NEH In the News

The last known native speaker of the Klallam language, Hazel M. Sampson, passed away this past week at the age of 103. NPR featured her story: Last Known Native Speaker of Klallam Dies. NEH recently published an Impact Report that details efforts to preserve the Klallam language.

Clayton State University (GA) will host civil rights film screenings and discussions as part of Created Equal Initiative.

LaGuardia Community Upgrades Its Curricula with a Humanities Initiatives Grant.

Chester County Library and Pennsylvania Humanities Council host a Program to Spotlight Abraham Lincoln’s Legacy.

Advertisements