Chelsea King on mask mandates, school board meetings, and the importance of presence
Exploring social movements and enacting protest with the Fall 2020 Humanity in Perspective cohort.
An online Zoom open office hour with Oregon Humanities staff to help answer questions about our COVID-19 Emergency SHARP Grants.
Oregon Humanities will award at least $675,000 for general operating and project or program support for Oregon nonprofit organizations, federally recognized Native American tribal governments in Oregon, accredited public and 501(c)(3) institutions of higher education, and state and local government agencies in Oregon.
Oregon Humanities will award $675,000 for general operating and project or program support for Oregon organizations and tribes affected by COVID-19.
Most people are finding ways to remain connected to their loved ones during COVID-19. Some are even reaching new levels of intimacy in relationships. But for isolated elderly people who are not computer literate, loneliness has only become more intense over the past year. What beliefs do we hold about loneliness and aging? If we have elderly neighbors and loved ones, what might they need at this time?
Bija Gutoff writes about seeking serenity among old headstones after the sudden death of her father.