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An outdoor photo of a stilt walker dressed in blue on the street with trees and a blue sky in the background interacting with participants of the Goombay Festival in Miami

Catching-up with Community Collections Grant Recipients: Documenting Goombay and Little Bahamas of Coconut Grove, Miami

Posted by: Michelle Stefano

This is a guest post by Aarti Mehta-Kroll, co-leader of the 2024 American Folklife Center Community Collections Grant project, Documenting Goombay and Little Bahamas of Coconut Grove. This post is part of the Library of Congress Of the People blog series featuring awardees of the American Folklife Center’s Community Collections Grants program.

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CCDI Interns Explore the Power and Possibilities of Words with the Mary Church Terrell Papers

Posted by: Brian Foo

In the fall of 2023, Ide Amari Thompson and Madeline Toombs participated in the Archives, History and Heritage Advanced Internship Program (AHHA) as interns with the Connecting Communities Digital Initiative (CCDI) team. During their 10-week remote internship, they explored how transcript data of the Library’s Mary Church Terrell Papers could enable new forms of storytelling …

A promotional graphic including photos to represent the projects of the the 2024 CCDI Higher Education and Libraries, Archives, Museums awardees, Trustees of Indiana University, Angelo State University, University of Houston-Downtown, Hoboken Public Library, Friends of Tijeras Pueblo, and DC Public Library.

Meet the 2024 Connecting Communities Digital Initiative Higher Education and Libraries, Archives, Museums Recipients

Posted by: Olivia Dorsey

Angelo State University, Trustees of Indiana University, and University of Houston-Downtown are the Connecting Communities Digital Initiative's 2024 Higher Education award recipients. DC Public Library, Hoboken Public Library, and Friends of Tijeras Pueblo are the Connecting Communities Digital Initiative's 2024 Libraries, Archives, Museums award recipients.

Jourdan Brunson and Tameshia Rudd-Ridge, founders of kinkofa, researching at Dallas Municipal Archives for the 'If Tenth Street Could Talk' project.

Catching up with Community Collections Grant Recipients: If Tenth Street Could Talk with Tameshia Rudd-Ridge and Jourdan Brunson

Posted by: Michelle Stefano

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.