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Coverage for grant SO-50627-14

SO-50627-14
State Humanities Program
Rolf Diamant, Vermont Humanities Council

Grant details: https://securegrants.neh.gov/publicquery/main.aspx?f=1&gn=SO-50627-14

Reading Frederick Douglas (Media Coverage)
Author(s): David Moats
Publication: Times Argus
Date: 7/5/2016
Abstract: This editorial in the Times Argus newspaper provided context for the Reading Frederick Douglass events that the Vermont Humanities Council sponsored around Vermont in late June and July, 2016. The writer, David Moats, says, “It is impossible not to think of the continuing injustices, the imprisonment and persecution of minorities, that persist despite our creed of equality.”
Link: http://www.timesargus.com/article/20160705/OPINION01/160709833/0/

Reading Frederick Douglas (Media Coverage)
Author(s): Kevin O'Connor
Publication: VT Digger
Date: 6/26/2016
Abstract: This article on the VTDigger website was written by Kevin O’Connor. In addition to listing the upcoming Reading Frederick Douglass events sponsored by VHC, O’Connor wrote about the genesis of the program, and said “In an increasingly scorching summer of polarizing national politics, the Vermont Humanities Council believes it has hit upon a powerful platform to address current affairs: Frederick Douglass’ 164-year-old Independence Day oration of 1852.”
Link: http://vtdigger.org/2016/06/26/repeating-the-past-in-hopes-of-changing-the-present/

Pulitzer (Media Coverage)
Author(s): Joe Donahue, Jeff Kaufman
Publication: Ideas Matter
Date: 7/6/2016
Abstract: Ideas Matter, a radio program on WAMC in Albany, New York, interviewed documentary film producer Jeff Kaufman about his film, The State of Marriage, which shows the struggle for same-sex marriage equality in Vermont. The audio interview highlighted the screening and panel discussion that VHC sponsored as part of the Pulitzer Centennial Campfires initiative.
Link: http://wamc.org/post/ideas-matter-vermont-humanities-council-presents-state-marriage-screening

Veteran Book Group (Media Coverage)
Publication: WAMC radio
Date: 5/8/2015
Abstract: Ideas Matter radio talked with Michael Heaney, a retired American History Professor, lawyer, and a wounded combat veteran of the Vietnam War. Heaney leads Veterans Book Groups for the Vermont Humanities Council.
Link: http://wamc.org/post/ideas-matter-vermont-humanities-council-s-veterans-book-groups#stream/0


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