AHF presents weekly content to support connection through the humanities.

ACCESS

AHF is offering its regular quarterly programming grants at this time. Please note that the deadline for CARES Grant applications has passed.

Grants — major and mini — are available to Alabama nonprofits to support humanities programming. Alabama Humanities welcomes and encourages proposals related to the experience of the current pandemic. Please direct questions to Grants Director Graydon Rust at grust@alabamahumanities.org.

Other grant opportunities

For information about additional relief grants provided directly by NEH, please Click HERE.

To access a scholarship opportunity for classroom teachers, visit our Jenice Riley Memorial Scholarship section HERE.

AHF can offer these grants thanks to funding provided by the National Endowment for the Humanities and federal CARES Act.

CONNECT

AHF is offering virtual versions of its long-standing public speaker series presentations, teacher professional development opportunities, and other programs. 

In our continuing series of virtual SUPER Teacher Workshops comes a four-day event – Alabama Citizens Fighting for Civil Rights: Landmark Supreme Court Cases – July 20-23, beginning at 8:30 each day.

Centering on landmark cases that have influenced U.S. history and legal rights for seven decades, it is led by social studies educators and a constitutional law professor. Stipend, free book offered to first 20 teachers who register and complete the course. 

Learn more by clicking here.

Stayed tuned and join us for a variety of programs over the coming weeks. Please direct questions to Programs Director Melanie Bouyer at mbouyer@alabamahumanities.org.

Other learning opportunities

AHF can offer these programs thanks to generous funding from our donors.

CONSIDER

AHF is offering weekly links – to materials from literature, history and poetry – for comfort and perspective during the Covid-19 experience. 

As our nation mourns the passing of Congressman John Lewis, Alabama also mourns the loss of a native son. He decided as a young adult to live out his faith by getting into “good trouble,” putting his life on the line to demonstrate against injustice. Consider his life story via free streaming access to GET IN THE WAY (2017), a PBS documentary made possible in part by an AHF media grant.

Further reflection:

In times of grief, loss and anxiety, what brings you solace?

AHF can offer these resources thanks to the good work of our many colleagues and partners in the humanities.