Humanities Endowment Announces New Grants Amid Old Threats

(April 3, 2019)

An online archive relating to the fight for women’s suffrage; preservation of the papers of the writer Eudora Welty; a project to provide public access to hundreds of hours of interviews made for the landmark civil-rights documentary “Eyes on the Prize”; and restoration of the historic Christ Church, in Philadelphia, which once counted Betsy Ross and George Washington among its members are among the recipients of new grants from the National Endowment of the Humanities.

The grants, which total $28.6 million, support 233 projects across the country, including individual scholarly projects and large institutional ones.

The New York Times…