To Support Virginia HBCU Humanities Research – Today, Virginia Humanities announced a $500,000 grant from the Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation to help support research by Black and Indigenous scholars, and other scholars of color who are affiliated with Virginia’s historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs), including their alumni outside Virginia and at non-HBCU institutions.
A Q&A with Virginia Humanities Grantee Studio Pause, an art and bookmaking studio located in the Gates of Ballston affordable housing community in Arlington.
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An Interview with Ting-Yi Oei, director of the Asian American Education Program and Education Director for the 1882 Foundation, a Washington D.C.-based organization whose initial focus was to secure an Expression of Regret from the United States, apologizing for the Chinese Exclusion Acts and their impact on Chinese and other Asian Americans.
Virginia Humanities & City of Promise to Publish Children’s Book Celebrating 10th & Page Neighborhood
Watch the 2021 Virginia Festival of the Book event with scholars Tony Tian-Ren Lin and Todne Thomas…
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Enjoy this recap from the 2021 Virginia Festival of the Book event with novelists Annette Saunooke Clapsaddle, Kelli Jo Ford, and Diane Wilson…
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We all know that teenagers would rather die than hang out with their parents, right? Not so, says Jon Lohman. The Old Fiddlers Convention in Galax, Virginia, brings young and old together to share traditions and songs. But how are musicians faring during the pandemic?