Mellon continues to distribute additional funds to help shore up struggling arts and cultural organizations and higher learning institutions.
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#NAHM Feature: Can the Arts and Humanities Save the World?
October 6, 2021
WATCH: How the Humanities Can Save Humanity
October 13, 2021
UCLA to Establish Archive on Policing and Mass Incarceration in Los Angeles
January 28, 2021
Who Owns America’s History? The Answer Will Define What Replaces Fallen Monuments.
January 11, 2021
LACMA Turns to Snapchat Again, this Time for a Virtual Monuments Project
December 8, 2020
Watch: The Monuments Project: Expanding the American Story
The Monuments Project: Building the Commemorative Landscape 21st-century America Needs
October 11, 2020
Mellon Foundation Announces Quarter-Billion-Dollar Grant Commitment for “Monuments Project” to Reimagine and Rebuild Commemorative Spaces and Transform the Way History is Told in the United States
October 5, 2020
Mellon Foundation to Spend $250 Million to Reimagine Monuments
As Writers and Poets Struggle, an Emergency Fund Offers Relief to Literary Arts Groups — Inside Philanthropy
September 24, 2020
Freedom Libraries: The Million Book Project
September 22, 2020
Watch: The Power of Monuments and Memorials
September 16, 2020
Academy of Americans Poets Poets Laureates in the News
Elizabeth Alexander's Fierce Vision of Social Justice
August 13, 2020