22 African American Historic Sites and Organizations Receive $1.6 Million in Funding

Maria Perez
Jul 9, 2019 - 6:55

Twenty-two historic sites and organizations that preserve Black history will receive $1.6 million in grants through its African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund, the National Trust for Historic Preservation recently announced. 

The National Trust for Historic Preservation said in a press release that the grants would be given to historic landmarks in Black history. The news of the...

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2 Replies to “22 African American Historic Sites and Organizations Receive $1.6 Million in Funding”

  1. Andrew Mellon Foundation awarded $302+ Million in grants in 2017. So the recent $1.6 Million divided among 22 organizations in 2019 is not some big donation to be celebrated. It is a token amount and should be viewed that way.

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