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

Uncovering the History of Black Holyoke

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Wistariahurst Museum is uncovering the history of the black community in Holyoke, sourced primarily from people’s attics, scrapbooks and memories.

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Neighborhood Voices

Oral histories of families living in the Dudley Street neighborhood of Roxbury.

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The ‘Particular Magic’ of Neon

An exhibition of eight historic neon road signs of Massachusetts businesses along Boston’s Greenway.

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A Window on Worcester’s Past

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Exhibit capturing rare photos of the post-emancipation generation community of color in Worcester, Massachusetts.

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Chair City

Using the power of history to help people make sense of their situation, heal, and rebuild a community.

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Dawnland

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Documentary investigating the mistreatment of American Indian children, families and communities in Maine.

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James Baldwin Transmedia Project

About the life and work of James Baldwin.

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We Are One

Defining liberty in the 21st century with the wisdom of the crowd.

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Sharing Our Stories; Sharing Our Lives

Students engage in self-discovery through the power of memoir.

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Henry V Conversations: What is a Just War?

Performing Shakespeare in the era of the War on Terror.

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