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William "Bro" Adams Confirmed as Chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities

White Lake Moves Beyond its Toxic Past

UMS' Hill Auditorium Documentary wins Michigan Emmy Award

Selling Nahma exhibit tells story of a town for sale

Go There: How Hosting a Controversial Program Impacted my Library

Yes, the Humanities are Struggling

Wright Museum Gets $1M from Kellogg Foundation

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MHC Receives W.K. Kellogg Foundation Grant

MHC has received $1.7 million across three years to support a statewide initiative that will share local stories about race and cultural history. The competitive grants will be awarded to Michigan nonprofit agencies in an effort to create community dialogue across racial and cultural lines that lead to understanding and healing. MORE

Muslim Voices Application Available

Great Michigan Read Author Events Continue

MHC seeks three Michigan nonprofits to host Muslim Voices, a reading and discussion program for children and teens. The program aims to create opportunities to explore commonalities through universal humanities themes that cross cultural, religious and ethnic divides. This important discussion between non-Muslim and Muslim youth will also highlight the diversity of Muslim experiences. Apply now!


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