Gregory W. Kimura bridges urban and rural worldviews with humanities programming.
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Erik Jorgensen, captain of the Maine Humanities Council.
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Ann Thompson finds inspiration in Lincoln.
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From fast times at Clairemont High to the California Humanities, Ralph Lewin has always been fascinated with stories.
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Judith Winzeler speaks up for Chautauqua.
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Connecticut’s Bruce Fraser stands up for the quieter, shy sister of the arts.
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Ted Lord brings poetry and tech savvy to the humanities in Washington.
By Sam Howe Verhovek
Jane Brailove Rutkoff brings programs to all corners of New Jersey.
By Mary Jo Patterson
Robert Bailey fosters grassroots humanities programs in Arkansas.
By John C. Williams
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