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Congrats to Recent Grant Award Recipients


In April we awarded $54,000 in grant funding for 17 exciting projects that will take place throughout the city in 2016. Join us in congratulating the dedicated public humanists bringing these films, oral history projects, exhibits, discussions, and other experiences to the people of Washington, DC.   Major Grants Washington Architectural Foundation, Giants of Washington Architecture – The product of this grant project will be a minimum of 3 segments of professionally produced videos intended to educate a broad audience

One World Youth Project Inspires Action

Kyla Students Featured

One World Youth Project (OWYP) is a DC non-profit that trains university students to collaborate with middle school teachers around the world to build generations of discerning, empathetic, and empowered global citizens. Humanities DC has funded a number of collaborations between this outstanding organization and other cultural organizations including Teaching for Change and Split this Rock. The work of OWYP is inspiring not only to the middle school students it impacts the most, but also the teachers, staff, and university

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