Chris Cleave’s Little Bee is featured in a five-part reading and discussion project by the Laflin Library Association and supported in part by a Humanities Grant.
Grants for Public Programs in the Humanities
Humanities Grants foster collaborative learning through public projects that involve humanities experts and feature a strong discussion component. Examples of humanities projects include discussion groups exploring books or films, workshops, walking tours, panel discussions, exhibitions with interpretive programs, and craft demonstrations integrating conversations about the craft. Humanities Grants are available to all nonprofits, including arts organizations, history groups and public libraries.
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Humanities Grants are a program of the Pennsylvania Humanities Council, supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities.