Here are just a few of the outstanding projects we have funded through the grant program.

Save the Harbor/Save the Bay

Youth enliven stories of Boston’s pirates, ghosts, and shipwrecks.

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Digging Northampton

Professional and amateur archaeologists set out to unearth what life was like for local women and children in the 1700s.

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Good Guy with a Gun

Two filmmakers explore one of the most controversial issues in education today: the arming of teachers.

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The Price of Survival

A significant portion of American jurisprudence rests on the shoulders of a black lesbian theologian whose name you likely do not know.

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Project 2050

America’s dramatically changing demographics inspired New WORLD Theater to launch one of their signature program addressing identity and injustice.

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Why Worcester?

StoryCorps helps to collect the first-person recollections of immigrant experiences in Worcester.

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Immigration & Adjustment

Without the shelter provided by emigration, Assyrian culture faces erasure.

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We, the Peoples

Primary sources offer gateways to the past and to cultural understanding.

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The Carlos Vega Collection of Latino History

Carlos Vega

The documentary history of Carlos Vega, one of Holyoke’s most vocal and prolific Latino activists, finds a home at the Wistariahurst.

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1763 Peace of Paris Project

The events of 1763 resulted in colonial laws that gave American revolutionaries a rallying cry.

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