As chants of "This-is-what-democracy looks-like" filled America’s streets this spring, New Hampshire Humanities offered veterans in our state the chance to take a deeper dive into the topic at an intensive writing and photography workshop supported by the Federation of State Humanities Councils, the Pulitzer Prizes, and The Mellon Found

The documentary that swept the nation last fall, Ken Burns’ THE VIETNAM WAR, is now available through our Humanities to Go program.

Why is understanding African American history in rural New Hampshire relevant to all of the state’s inhabitants, not just people of color?

With support from New Hampshire Humanities, the Center for the Advancement of Art-Based Literacy will offer a 5-day summer institute from June 25-29 for New Hampshire teachers who have English learners in their classrooms. The workshop will be held on the campus of Southern New Hampshire University.

Every day hundreds of people pass by the monument to Keene settler Nathan Blake, never knowing how Blake’s fascinating story of capture, ransom, and homecoming sheds light on our shared history.