Center for Inspired Teaching Speaks on “Who’s a Washingtonian?” Grant Impact.

Thanks to support from the Humanities Council, Center for Inspired Teaching hosted a town hall in honor of the 20th anniversary of the publication of the book, Dream City: Race, Power, and the Decline of Washington, DC… I was very gratified to see over 100 students, teachers, and members of the community in attendance,” said Center for Inspired Teaching Manager of Teaching & Learning Cosby Hunt. “There was a common understanding in the room that we, the participants, share the same city, and that city deserves good stewardship; in addition, this event reminded me of the power of a community dialogue.

This unique grant program is aimed at bringing the people of Washington togWhosAWashingtonianether. Each funded project must identify two distinct demographics that rarely interact and a means for getting them to work together on a humanities project. The Humanities Council will award eight $5,000 “Who’s a Washingtonian?” grant awards this fall. Review the Grant Workshop Webinar here and get full details on the grant web page. The deadline to apply is September 5, 2014.

For questions, contact Director of Grants Mark Smith at msmith@wdchumanities.org
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