Anna Deavere Smith delivers the 44th Jefferson Lecture in the Humanities
A preview screening and panel discussion of Ken Burns' NEH-funded film The Dust Bowl at the White House.
A White House screening and panel discussion of the NEH-funded documentary on Charles and Ray Eames.
Women's worlds: the Qajar Era in Iran and modern family law reform.
A screening of the NEH-funded documentary about Richard and Mildred Loving, whose successful challenge of a Virginia law barring interracial marriage changed history, provides the centerpiece for a panel discussion of civil rights law.
A presentation on the Jewish Museum of Maryland's NEH-funded exhibit Chosen Food.
I Came to Testify, a documentary about women testifying to the use of rape as a war crime.
A moderated panel discussion on issues of Constitutional law presented in Ken Burns' NEH-funded film Prohibition.
NEH brought together Veterans Affairs officials, representatives from Veterans Service Organizations, and military families to showcase two NEH-funded programs.
Throughout the summer of 1961, more than 400 black and white young Americans traveled together on buses and trains throughout the Deep South...
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