Michigan Humanities awards more than $210,000 for its cultural programming
MANISTEE — Michigan projects exploring a range of humanities topics, including a conference, festival, exhibits and oral histories, received a funding boost this month. A non-profit organization Manistee is one of them.
Michigan Humanities recently announced that $210,620 in grants have been awarded to 15 organizations in support of public humanities programs. The council strives to bring people together through stories, histories, cultures and conversations.