Minnesota Humanities Center Legacy Funded Programming (State Fiscal Years 2018-19)
Funds are appropriated for programs and purposes of the Minnesota Humanities Center. The humanities remind us of where we have been, bring knowledge and insights to current life, and help us envision where we are going. The Minnesota Humanities Center collaborates with organizations and individuals to develop programs that facilitate and frame community conversations, build and deepen relationships, and bring into public life the authentic voices of all people, especially those that have often been left out or marginalized.
MHC is committed to programs that are built with a diversity of people in communities across the state. During the 2017-19 biennium, the Humanities Center’s Legacy Funded work will be divided in five priority areas:
1) K-12 Public Education; 2) Why Treaties Matter: Self-Government in the Dakota and Ojibwe Nations Exhibition; 3) Veterans’ Voices; 4) We Are Water MN; and 5) Public Humanities.