Jessica Thayer, storyteller, responding to the question: “Are you hopeful for the future?;” recordedJanuary 26, 2021.
Maryland Humanities launched a special three-pronged project, Voice and Votes Electoral Engagement Program. The project was built upon the framework of existing programs to highlight themes of civic engagement, voting rights, election history, and other relevant electoral themes identified by our partners. The project provided program support grants to organizations to develop programming around issues related to US elections and civic engagement; a statewide digital young voter story collection initiative; and a signature author event focused on electoral engagement.
Museum on Main Street: Virtual Opening Celebration for Voices and Votes: Democracy in America
Maryland Humanities’ kicked off its seventh Museum on Main Street exhibition tour of “Voices and Votes: Democracy in America” at the Allegany Museum in...
Why It Matters: Reckoning with Race. Equity. Allyship. with Kimberly Jones and Gilly Segal
Authors Kimberly Latrice Jones and Gilly Segal discuss their best-selling book, “I’m Not Dying With You Tonight”—inspired by the death of Baltimorean Freddie...
Arianna Gomez, storyteller, responding to the question: “What does ‘being American’ mean to you?,” recorded February 1, 2021.
Max Hancock, storyteller, responding to the question: “What do you think it means to be an American?;” recorded January 29, 2021.
Chiara Benato, storyteller, responding to the question: “What was your experience like voting for the first time?;” recorded January 29, 2021.