Mellon continues to distribute additional funds to help shore up struggling arts and cultural organizations and higher learning institutions.
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Shared Experience Blog
#NAHM Feature: Can the Arts and Humanities Save the World?
October 6, 2021
WATCH: How the Humanities Can Save Humanity
October 13, 2021
Emmett Till Would Have Been 80 Today. His Story Still Defines the Ongoing Fight for Justice
July 25, 2021
Mellon Foundation Names Carter Stewart Executive Vice President for Programs
July 21, 2021
National Trust Announces 2021 African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund Grantees
July 19, 2021
Mellon Foundation and Ford Foundation Announce Inaugural Cohort of Latinx Artist Fellows
July 12, 2021
UC Riverside Will Help with Slavery Database Co-created by New Dean
July 2, 2021
Observer Arts Power 50: Elizabeth Alexander
June 30, 2021
Watch: Creatives Rebuild New York – and America
June 28, 2021
How Did Mellon’s Pivot to Social Justice Affect its Higher Ed Grantmaking?
June 22, 2021
The Million Book Project is now Freedom Reads
June 21, 2021
Shared Experiences Blog
What It's Like to Graduate—and Look Ahead to a PhD or Master's—During a Pandemic
June 17, 2021
Here’s How Mellon Strives to Make Higher Learning Available to Incarcerated Americans
Seattle Art Museum Aims to Overhaul its American Art Galleries to Be More Inclusive
June 16, 2021