Enrollment is now open for the Smithsonian Institution’s new online course, The History, Presence, and Possibility of Black Museums. The course will be offered online through the Harvard extension program for continuing education beginning January 30 – March 9, 2019. The last day to register without a late fee is Jan. 27, 2019.
As part of the Robert Frederick Smith Fund Internship and Fellowship Program, the National Museum of African American History and Culture will select and provide funding for interns who will receive training on how to identify, document, curate, and digitize artifacts reflecting African American History. These opportunities will be located onsite at NMAAHC and offsite
The African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund is supporting and empowering grassroots and diverse communities to tell our nation’s full history. The Letter of Intent submission process is officially open for 2019 Action Fund grants. Launched in partnership with national foundations, the Action Fund is providing direct investment in African American preservation projects, which are often undervalued and
The Black Book Interactive Project is an NEH-funded collaborative research project seeking to increase the number of black-authored texts in the study of digital humanities. By generating a metadata schema that accounts for race and race-related issues, we will correct the digital divide in black-authored texts. Scholar Program information and application available HERE Application deadline is January
The National Park Service’s State, Tribal, Local, Plans & Grants Division is now accepting applications for two exciting grants that may be of interest. Both grant programs are competitive in nature and you must apply through Grants.gov in order for your applications to be considered. UNDERREPRESENTED COMMUNITIES: Eligible applicants are Federally Recognized Indian Tribes, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiian