What Funders Want: A Workshop for History Organizations
The fundraising landscape can be a bit of a mystery. What is the difference between a private foundation and a family foundation? What about government grants? And how do corporations fit into the mix? Whether you have a great idea for an exhibit or you want to work with a neighborhood organization on an outreach project, if your building needs a new HVAC system or you want to develop a strategic plan, there could be funding out there to support these kinds of endeavors.
THEME: Exploring Race, Gender, and Leadership in History and Global Societies: Goals, Strategies, and Reconciliation
Join us for New Jersey and The Great War: The New Jersey Historical Commission’s Annual History Conference!
**FREE** Professional Development Opportunity at Monmouth University
New Jersey World War One Road Show Coming to Morris County
Morris County Heritage Commission to Host World War One Road Show on October 14 at the Morris County Library
In case of interest, I wanted to share the following lecture taking place at the Piscataway Public Library:
“American Radicals and the Great War: World War I and the Battle between Victorian and Modern Values.”
Sunday, October 8 @ 2pm
Are you prepared? Can your organization afford not to be? Is that a risk worth taking?
Radical Roots of Public History: Social Justice Activism within the Historical Landscape
Historic sites, museums, archives, and monuments are neither neutral nor objective. Many were established to strengthen tradition, reinforce the cultural authority of elites, and inhibit change. Today, these sites have become the focal point of protest, symbols in a larger fight for inclusiveness and equality.