The Fort Morgan Library & Museum in Colorado wil be the first museum in the US to host “The Power of Children: Making a Difference” – a new traveling exhibit sponsored by NEH that explores the stories of Anne Frank, Ruby Bridges and Ryan White, three children who were key actors at fulcrum moments in modern world history, from the Fort Morgan Times.
The NEH – along with the US State Department, US Embassy in Beijing, and the NEA – is supporting the tour of three US musical bands from public radio’s “American Routes” program to participate in the Meet-in-Beijing Festival in China from April 30 through May 3. The bands selected represent distinctly American music styles including cowboy ballads/Western swing, New Orleans jazz, and ranchera/norteño songs of the US Southwest, from Tulane University News.
Norwich University in Vermont will work with the Vermont Humanities Council to host “Standing Together: A Veterans Book Group” from May through July in the towns of Northfield and South Burlington, from the Northfield News.
An NEH planning grant of $40,000 has been awarded to the Human Rights Project at Bard College to create a full searchable streaming and downloadable English-language archive of the 1,800-hour, 4-year-long war crimes trial of former Serbian strongman Slobodan Milošević, from Bard News.