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The next issue of Mosaic is underway!

We’re hard at work here at the AHF offices turning out articles for the next issue of our newsletter, the magazine Mosaic. If you already receive a copy of our magazine, tell us what you think about it by posting a comment! We’d love to get your ideas for future stories. If you would like […]

In the News

The Alabama Humanities Foundation was excited to launch Project Turn the Page last month, an effort to help libraries and schools damaged in the April tornadoes through an emergency grant for $30,000 from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Since then, our initiative has garnered a lot of attention, from local TV stations and newspapers, […]

Project Turn the Page

The Alabama Humanities Foundation wants to help public libraries and schools affected by the April tornadoes—and you can help too! Following the devastating tornadoes that ripped through our state in April, the Alabama Humanities Foundation (AHF) was awarded a $30,000 emergency grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) to launch Project Turn the […]

The Journey

The Alabama Humanities Foundation will sponsor a traveling exhibition called “Journey Stories” in collaboration with the Smithsonian Institution beginning June 25 in Jasper. This post is the first in a series that will highlight our own personal journey stories. Our stories may include how our ancestors traveled from far away lands to come to America, […]

A Long Journey Short

The Alabama Humanities Foundation will sponsor a traveling exhibition called “Journey Stories” in collaboration with the Smithsonian Institution beginning June 25 in Jasper. This post is the first in a series that will highlight our own personal journey stories. Our stories may include how our ancestors traveled from far away lands to come to America, […]

The Golden Age of Hitchhiking

The Alabama Humanities Foundation will sponsor a traveling exhibition called “Journey Stories” in collaboration with the Smithsonian Institution beginning June 25 in Jasper. This post is the first in a series that will highlight our own personal journey stories. Our stories may include how our ancestors traveled from far away lands to come to America, […]

The Journey Story of Amelia Barton Trowbridge

The Alabama Humanities Foundation will sponsor a traveling exhibition called “Journey Stories” in collaboration with the Smithsonian Institution beginning June 25 in Jasper. This post is the first in a series that will highlight our own personal journey stories. Our stories may include how our ancestors traveled from far away lands to come to America, […]

Riding to School

The Alabama Humanities Foundation will sponsor a traveling exhibition called “Journey Stories” in collaboration with the Smithsonian Institution beginning June 25 in Jasper. This post is the first in a series that will highlight our own personal journey stories. Our stories may include how our ancestors traveled from far away lands to come to America, […]

Jenice Riley Scholarship Applications Now Accepted Until June 17

The Alabama Humanities Foundation (AHF) will now accept Jenice Riley Memorial Scholarship applications through June 17. The scholarship benefits kindergarten through sixth-grade teachers and serves as a professional development opportunity for teachers to receive a $1,000 scholarship to enhance their teaching about Alabama/American History and citizenship and to encourage civic involvement by students in their […]