This post is an interview with Tameshia Rudd-Ridge and Jourdan Brunson of the Dallas, Texas Community Collections Grant project, If Tenth Street Could Talk, as part of the Library's Of the People blog series featuring awardees of the American Folklife Center’s Community Collections Grant program.
This post features an interview with Professor Lola Quan Bautista, who is leading the 2023 American Folklife Center Community Collections Grant project, Celebrating CHamoru Nobenas, as part of the Library of Congress Of the People initiative supported by the Mellon Foundation.
An announcement for the final informational webinar and other application resources of the American Folklife Center's Community Collections Grants of the Library's Of the People: Widening the Path Initiative.
Announcement of informational webinars to be held by Library of Congress staff for the American Folklife Center's Community Collections Grants program, whose 2024 applications have opened with a deadline of August 18, 2023.
This is an announcement for the opening of the application period of the American Folklife Center Community Collections Grant Program, which is part of the Library of Congress Of the People: Widening the Path initiative funded by the Mellon Foundation.
The post focuses on the February 2023 culminating celebration of the cultural documentation project, Community on the Line: The Culture of Urban Soul Line Dancing in the Philadelphia, New Jersey and Delaware Tri-State Area, led by Karen Abdul-Malik and supported by the American Folklife Center Community Collections Grants Program.
The following is a guest post by American Folklife Center (AFC) Folklife Specialist Nancy Groce on AFC Community Collections Grant recipient Rocío del Aguila Carreno about her project, “Fiestas: Latinx Celebrations in Western Kansas.” This post is part of the Of the People blog series featuring the 2022 awardees of the American Folklife Center’s Community …