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A Night with Great Michigan Read Author Angeline Boulley: Attending the One Book, One Community of Monroe County’s Event

Our Great Michigan Read (GMR) Spring Author Tour is starting next week, and we couldn’t be more excited! Our Director of Programs, Katie Wittenauer, and I, Jennifer Sierra, DEI Coordinator, couldn’t contain our anticipation and decided to attend the One Book, One...
How to Write a Strong Grant Project Proposal 

How to Write a Strong Grant Project Proposal 

As our Humanities Grant deadline is approaching on September 7, we wanted to compile a list of tips to help you write a compelling project description. With this aim, we asked Michigan Humanities Director of Grants, James Nelson, and the Michigan Arts and Culture...

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Reflections from our Departing CEO

Reflections from our Departing CEO

Michigan Humanities wanted to speak to Shelly Hendrick Kasprzycki before she leaves her post as Michigan Humanities' CEO on September 17. We asked Shelly about her experience leading our organization, what she wanted for our future, and where our community could find...

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Past Michigan Humanities Awards Recipients Share

Past Michigan Humanities Awards Recipients Share

On September 10, 2021 Michigan Humanities will honor and celebrate outstanding contributions to the humanities in our state in Mackinaw City, Michigan. We will recognize and celebrate individuals, schools, universities, libraries, community organizations, groups,...

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Meet our DEI Action Council

Meet our DEI Action Council

Michigan Humanities has been an eager listener in the conversations taking place at a national level around racial inequalities in our country. In our role as statewide collaborators, we realized the need for reviewing our own policies, the staff and Board team, and...

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