New funding for African American Churches, Hopewell Earthworks World Heritage Nomination Dossier complete, U.S. Civil Rights Movement Sites Symposium.
Seasons Greetings from the GSU World Heritage Initiative, grant deadline approaching for NTHP African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund grants, and the second U.S. Civil Rights Movement Sites Symposium rescheduled for April 21-22, 2022.
Check out the events being all over the world, virtually and in-person, before, on and after World Heritage Day on April 18.
The Georgia State University World Heritage Initiative sadly announces the death of its advisor Thomas “Ed” Hall. An international advocate of African American heritage tourism—having pioneered in it at the state level—Hall came out of retirement in 2012 to assist Alabama Tourism Director Lee Sentell by serving as the state’s advisor on a potential Serial… more »
The Georgia State University World Heritage Initiative released its 2020 Annual Report, documenting its progress despite working under a pandemic.