The spring issue of Mosaic Magazine arrived in mailboxes this week across Alabama. The magazine’s cover story is about Alabama Humanities Foundation Fellow Peggy Wallace Kennedy and her new memoir, The Broken Road: George Wallace and a Daughter’s Journey to Reconciliation.
It is a powerful story of understanding the Wallace era, and Kennedy’s book is getting rave reviews across the country.
There is plenty more in this issue of Mosaic. Meet our new executive director, Dr. Lynn Clark. She took the reins in the midst of a pandemic and has not missed a beat, guiding AHF through a seamless transition to meet emerging needs in the humanities community in new and innovative ways.
See how AHF has moved from traditional methods of delivery to a virtual format in all aspects of its programming. Read about our SUPER Teacher institutes and our Democracy and Informed Citizen series. Check out our Humanities Connection as we pivot to new ways of delivering our services and administering grants to help our nonprofit colleagues during this COVID-19 crisis.
Find these stories and more in this issue of Mosaic, whether it is in print or online. Want to subscribe to the print edition? It’s free! Would you rather read your Mosaic digitally? Find it in its entirety here.