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Project Showcase: Kin/Folk/Lore

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Kin/Folk/Lore (KFL) is a community-led history project that uses grassroots storytelling to incite meaningful dialogues across cultures, generations, and localities in Philadelphia. Participant-audiences forge unlikely connections while considering changing landscapes, core values, and hopes that define their lives—past and present. KFL’s collection exists as a free, publicly accessible digital oral history database, exhibit, and album series. Read More

New NCPH Grassroots Award to Support Non-Traditional Public Historians


The National Council on Public History (NCPH) is excited to announce the creation of a new award: the NCPH Grassroots Public History Award. This award reflects NCPH’s commitment to acknowledging the many different kinds of work public historians do and the wide array of places we do it, particularly outside of large and predominately white institutions. Read More