Season’s Greetings from the GSU World Heritage Initiative and the Frank Lloyd Wright World Heritage final nomination has been submitted.
The National Endowment for the Humanities announces its Preservation Grants; deadlines for two National Trust for Historic Preservation grants are approaching.
The Letter of Intent for the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund grants is due soon.
U.S. Civil Rights Trail recognized; UNESCO World Heritage Cultural Sustainable Tourism site; launch of World Heritage “Journeys” online site.
The National Park Service announces another round of African American Civil Rights grants; the National Trust for Historic Preservation announces the recipients of its African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund grants.
The U.S. Civil Right Trail wins an award, NPS announces Cultural Resources grants, Hopewell Ceremonial Earthworks approved for final World Heritage nomination.
Georgia has announced a new Civil Rights Trail, “In the Footsteps of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.” and Cultural Resource Specialist Jeanne Cyriaque joins the GSU World Heritage Team.
April 18th is World Heritage Day, which kicks off a month of social media celebration of U.S. World Heritage sites.
A sampling of the events across the country surrounding the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s assassination.
GSU’s World Heritage Initiative to develop a Serial Nomination of U.S. Civil Rights Sites received media attention recently, in part because of the announcement that the National Park Service selected GSU to receive a $50,000 African American Civil Rights Grant.