NJCH Awards 4000 in Action Grants in July 2017

TRENTON – The New Jersey Council for the Humanities (NJCH) recently awarded $184,000 in Action Grant funding to thirteen New Jersey organizations. Action grants support the implementation of a wide variety of humanities-based projects, including public programs, exhibitions, installations, tours, and discussion groups. Grantee projects will reach diverse audiences throughout the state and ensure access to public humanities programming. Public humanities programs allow individuals to share in the exploration of history, values, culture, and beliefs. NJCH supports and acts as a resource for cultural and service-oriented partners as they bring public humanities opportunities to the citizens of New Jersey. Grants were awarded to: • Bethel AME Church ($10,000) to organize a series of public programs surrounding an exhibition about the history of free African Americans and race relations past and…

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