Minnesota's Legacy

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Recipient
Council on Asian Pacific Minnesotans
2012 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$112,500

The Council on Asian Pacific Minnesotans in collaboration with the Minnesota Humanities Center will fund arts and cultural heritage programming to educate, highlight, and promote understanding of the arts and cultural heritage of Asian American and Pacific Islanders (AAPI) for all Minnesotans.

Statewide
2012 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$19,277
2013 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$13,273

Per Minnesota Law, the Minnesota Humanities Center administers a competitive Arts and Cultural Heritage Grants Program-Children's Museums. The Humanities Center uses a portion of the funds to provide grants administration, including releasing an RFP, overseeing the proposal process, coordination of the independent review panel, agreement drafting, financial and program monitoring, and reporting.

2012 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$16,626
2013 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$14,369

Per Minnesota Law, the Minnesota Humanities Center administers a competitive Arts and Cultural Heritage Grants Program-Children's Museums. The Humanities Center uses a portion of the funds to provide grants administration, including releasing an RFP, overseeing the proposal process, coordination of the independent review panel, agreement drafting, financial and program monitoring, and reporting.

Recipient
Minnesota Humanities Center
2012 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$28,193
2013 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$37,168

Per Minnesota Law, the Minnesota Humanities Center administers a competitive Arts and Cultural Heritage Grants Program-Councils of Color. The Humanities Center uses a portion of the funds to provide grants administration, including releasing an RFP, overseeing the proposal process, coordination of the independent review panel, agreement drafting, financial and program monitoring, and reporting.

Recipient
Children's Museum of Southern Minnesota
2012 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$100,000

In 2007, the Children's Museum of Southern Minnesota (CMSM) conducted an environmental scan of early learning opportunities for children in southern Minnesota. It became apparent that the region creates few opportunities for children to engage in self-directed learning experiences in social settings; in particular, opportunities that create access to arts, culture, and heritage. This is still true today.

Blue Earth
Brown
Cottonwood
Faribault
Freeborn
Jackson
Le Sueur
Martin
Nicollet
Redwood
Renville
Rice
Scott
Sibley
Steele
Waseca
Watonwan
2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$55,575

No information. Grantee is not yet under agreement. 

Statewide
Recipient
Council on Black Minnesotans
2012 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$100,000

The Council on Black Minnesotans in collaboration with the Minnesota Humanities Center will conduct approximately six statewide community forums.

Benton
Hennepin
Olmsted
Ramsey
Rice
Sherburne
St. Louis
Stearns

The Humanities Center used a portion of the Legacy funding for program planning and management. This support includes work such as exploratory and planning meetings for new initiatives and program management of all our Legacy work.

2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$125,000
2019 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$125,000

Why Treaties Matter: Self-Government in the Dakota and Ojibwe Nations is a traveling exhibition made in partnership with the Minnesota Indian Affairs Council and the Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian. The exhibit explores relationships between Dakota and Ojibwe Indian Nations and the U.S. government in this place we now call Minnesota. Legacy funds will be used to support a new statewide tour, educational resources, and community engagement activities throughout Minnesota in 2018-2019 in partnership with the Minnesota Indian Affairs Council and 11 sovereign nations.

Statewide
Recipient
Minnesota Humanities Center

The Humanities Center used a portion of the Legacy funding to provide administrative support for Legacy-funded work. This support includes work such as financial management, reporting, technology, and website maintenance.

Recipient
Minnesota YMCA Youth in Government Appropriation
2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$34,920

Minnesota Youth in Government (YIG) is a youth-led experience that engages middle and high school youth in democratic governing leadership. Students learn about government process and gain an understanding of local, state, national and international concerns. They research and debate, participate in model Assemblies, United Nations, Youth Conferences on National Affairs, retreats and trainings, and National Judicial Competition, and gain an appreciation of diverse viewpoints in respectful ways.

Statewide
Recipient
Minnesota Civic Youth
2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$107,000

It is commonly understood that one of the most important purposes of educating the nation's citizens is to protect and strengthen democracy. Education in America must prepare all students for informed participation in civic and democratic life. Minnesota Civic Youth develops authentic, nonpartisan civic programs to support educators in their efforts to prepare the next generation of citizens and to help students learn about democracy, civic responsibility and the political process.

Statewide

The primary goal of the Humanities Center’s Education Initiative is to increase student engagement and success; the foundation is strengthening the teacher-student relationship. Drawing upon the multiplicity of experiences and cultures represented in schools, educators gain insight into how to engage every student authentically and respectfully.

Statewide

The Minnesota Humanities Center is dedicated to bringing informative, enlightening, and engaging events to the community, providing all Minnesotans opportunities to build relationships, listen to stories, and learn from one-another.

Statewide
Recipient
Minnesota Humanities Center
2018 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$100,000

Drawing on the power of the humanities, Veterans’ Voices changes the narrative of Veterans and honors their contributions. It empowers Veterans to speak in their own voices through plays, discussions, literature, and the Veterans’ Voices Award. Veterans’ Voices will recognize the next great generation and illustrate that the Veteran’s voice is essential to the work of building our great democracy.

Statewide

We are Water MN is a program and partnership with the Humanities Center, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, Minnesota Historical Society, Minnesota Department of Health, Minnesota section of the American Water Works Association, and eight greater Minnesota communities. Bringing Water/Ways, a traveling exhibition and community engagement initiative of the Smithsonian Institution’s Museum on Main Street program, Legacy funding will support We Are Water MN work for relationship building with existing partners and for community engagement events at the eight Minnesota host sites.

Statewide
Recipient
Kids Voting St. Paul
2012 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$84,000

Kids Voting St. Paul will introduce youth-friendly technologies to enhance civic learning, expand its veterans civic education initiative, increase the number of students participating in Kids Voting elections, pilot a state-wide KidVention, expand and leverage partnerships, and convene a civic education provider summit.

Statewide
Recipient
Learning Law and Democracy
2012 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$90,300

Learning Law and Democracy Foundation will strengthen learning about the Minnesota constitution and government, create a civic self-assessment instrument for Minnesota schools, convene a civic education provider summit, enhance the teachingcivics.org website, expand professional development opportunities, and develop new lessons on Minnesota state and local government.

Statewide
Recipient
YMCA Youth in Government

YMCA Youth in Government will convene and expand a YMCA Youth Conference on state issues and convene a civic education provider summit.

Statewide
2012 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$5,150
2013 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$91,186

The Minnesota Humanities Center provided collaborative funds to museums and organizations celebrating the ethnic identities of Minnesotans. Legacy funds supported the following grants and projects between July 1, 2011 and December 31, 2013:

Dakota Nation Wide Conference ($500.00)
The Dakota Nation Wide Conference brought indigenous people from across the continent together in traditional Dakota homelands to honor the past, share experiences and knowledge, and to heal. The conference included visits to sacred sites as well as speakers on a variety of topics.

2012 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$91,950
2013 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$82,606

To strengthen knowledge and understanding and to deepen cultural connections, the Humanities Center builds deep relationships and truly collaborates with individuals and organizations to create and share engaging humanities programs and resources. These humanities programs and resources help Minnesotans fulfill their civic responsibility of being informed and active participants in civic life. The Humanities Center also engages with communities and individuals in activities and dialogues to actively learn from the humanities and reflect upon issues raised.

2012 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$73,111
2013 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$215,046

The Humanities Center invests in building targeted partnerships with districts for greater, deeper, and more strategic systems change. At the same time, the Humanities Center continues to offer high quality, humanities-focused learning opportunities, both in-person and online, for individual educators.

2012 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$36,508
2013 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$54,443

The Humanities Center used a portion of the Legacy funding to provide administrative support for the Collaborative Funds, K-12 Education Initiative, and Community Partnerships programs. This support included general planning meetings, financial management and reporting, and website maintenance and development. The Humanities Center also committed to deepening its ability to evaluate programming by sending staff to external evaluation workshops and hosting a series of five internal workshops with evaluation expert Dr. Michael Patton.

Recipient
Duluth Children's Museum
2012 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$250,000

The Duluth Children’s Museum has initiated three major programs with the support of the Arts and Cultural Heritage Legacy Funds. This program continues and expands these successful programs to ensure continuity in cultural experiences for the youngest audiences in rural Minnesota. The programs are organized under two major headings: Museum on the Move and Passport to Culture. Passport to Culture is an access program designed to give constituents admission to the museum.

Aitkin
Carlton
Cook
Koochiching
Lake
Pine
St. Louis

Information not available. Competitive process still underway..

Statewide
Recipient
Children's Discovery Museum
2012 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$75,000

The Children's Discovery Museum in Grand Rapids, Minnesota will increase access and deepen engagement with their effectively proven School Service Program. The museum will take down the economic barriers and increase enrollment. This grant will fund more educators and facilitators, curriculum development, scholarship aid, transportation assistance and art/teaching supplies.

Aitkin
Becker
Beltrami
Carlton
Cass
Clearwater
Crow Wing
Hubbard
Itasca
Koochiching
Lake of the Woods
Mahnomen
Morrison
St. Louis
Todd
Wadena
Recipient
Chicano Latino Affairs Council
2012 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$112,500

The Chicano Latino Affairs Council in collaboration with the Minnesota Humanities Center will use funding to address the education challenges and opportunities faced by Latino students. The central theme and core value is “culture and language matter,” that culture and language is an asset and not a liability. A research project will focus on identifying specific strengths in Latino culture that improve education engagement.

Statewide
Recipient
Minnesota Indian Affairs Council
2012 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
$96,500

The Minnesota Indian Affairs Council in collaboration with the Minnesota Humanities Center will extend and deepen the ongoing partnership around the Why Treaties Matter: Self-Government in the Dakota and Ojibwe Nations exhibition, supporting host sites through December 2012.

Statewide