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AV-279610-21Education Programs: Dialogues on the Experience of WarMichigan Humanities CouncilShared Missions, Many Stories5/1/2021 - 12/31/2023$100,000.00CelesteL.Diehm   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA2021History, Criticism, and Theory of the ArtsDialogues on the Experience of WarEducation Programs10000001000000

The training and mentoring of student veterans at two universities to lead campus- and state-wide dialogues on female combatants in the Civil War and the recent wars in Afghanistan and Iraq.

Working with an advisory committee consisting of veterans (emphasis on student and women veterans), faculty from CMVE member colleges and universities, veteran administration counselors, corporate veteran’s association representatives, and community members, Michigan Humanities will develop a program designed to train student reflective conversation facilitators, and hold at least three reflective community conversations both on campus and in the community.

AV-298432-24Education Programs: Dialogues on the Experience of WarMichigan Humanities CouncilSame Mission. Many Stories.5/1/2024 - 4/30/2026$100,000.00Katie Wittenauer   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA2024Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralDialogues on the Experience of WarEducation Programs1000000941250

A two-year veteran-centered facilitator training and humanities discussion program, with a focus on the stories of veterans and the cultural resources of Michigan’s 10 regions.  

In Phase II of Same Mission. Many Stories., Michigan Humanities will partner directly with the Michigan Veterans Affairs Agency (MVAA). MVAA staff from all 10 regions in Michigan, representing all 83 counties, will complete training on how to host reflective community conversations while exploring and gaining a greater understanding of underrepresented populations in the military throughout history. This training will bring all 10 regional representatives together at one central location in 2024. After successfully completing training, MVAA staff will organize 2-3 sustained conversations in their respective districts over the following 12-18 months. The conversations will bring together diverse groups of veterans in each of Michigan’s 10 regions. Conversations will be grounded in humanities themed objects to create a central starting point.

BC-50191-04Federal/State Partnership: Grants for State Humanities CouncilsMichigan Humanities CouncilBridging Communities7/1/2004 - 12/31/2006$93,520.00JaniceM.Fedewa   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA2004Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralGrants for State Humanities CouncilsFederal/State Partnership83520100008352010000

A special grant program that focuses on national themes and events through the lens of Michigan history.

The Michigan Humanities Council will issue an RFP for proposals that recognize Michigan’s identity as an “inclusive identity,” i.e., one that has faced questions of difference throughout its ethnic, political, economic, creative, labor, and regional relationships. Proposals will address Michigan’s struggle with questions of identity by engaging the tensions that make Michigan a microcosm of forces that shape America. The following terms should anchor proposals: urban vs. rural; local vs. state; state vs. federal; ethnicity; regionalism; identity; conflict; federalism, and nationalism.

BC-50246-05Federal/State Partnership: Grants for State Humanities CouncilsMichigan Humanities CouncilThe Peopling of Michigan11/1/2005 - 11/30/2007$103,430.00JaniceM.Fedewa   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA2005Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralGrants for State Humanities CouncilsFederal/State Partnership88430150008843015000

To support a grant program for institutions across the state of Michigan for activitites that reflect themes in American history and culture that connect events in Michigan to national events.

The Michigan Humanities Council will preserve and expand its current We the People grant program: 1) by focusing the Request for Proposal (RFP) on exploring and examining events and themes in American history and culture that were grounded in Michigan, so that communities will gain a deeper understanding of the principles that define them as people, a state and a nation; 2) by combining the Council's major grant program with its We the People funding, so that more WTP programs will be presented in communities throughout the state.

BC-50301-06Federal/State Partnership: Grants for State Humanities CouncilsMichigan Humanities CouncilWe Made Michigan...We the People11/1/2006 - 10/31/2008$146,560.00CynthiaM.Dimitrijevic   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA2006Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralGrants for State Humanities CouncilsFederal/State Partnership1315601500013156015000

To support a grant program conducted by the Michigan Humanities Council that invites proposals for projects focused on important issues and events in both Michigan's and the United State's history and culture.

The Michigan Humanities Council will preserve and expand its previous We the People grant program: 1) by having a theme-based call for grant proposals that examines events and themes in Michigan/American history and culture that will encompass all aspects of work; 2) by combining the Council's major grant program with its We the People funding so that additional WTP programs will be presented to communities throughout the state.

BC-50364-07Federal/State Partnership: Grants for State Humanities CouncilsMichigan Humanities Council`The Great Michigan Read11/1/2007 - 4/30/2009$146,560.00CynthiaM.Dimitrijevic   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA2007Literature, GeneralGrants for State Humanities CouncilsFederal/State Partnership1365601000013656010000

"The Great Michigan Read," a statewide literature and literacy initiative focused on Ernest Hemingway's short-stories collection THE NICK ADAMS STORIES. Activities include reading and discussion groups, exhibits, a Hemingway film festival, and a Michigan author homecoming.

Statewide literature/literacy initiative for young adults-seniors featuring E.Hemingway's Nick Adams Stories; encourages citizens to read the same book, attend supporting programs. Grants available to nonprofits to encourage programming for reading/discussion groups, speakers, exhibits, Hemingway film festivals; Model T caravan recreating the Hemingway family’s 1917 journey from Chicago to Petoskey, and a Michigan author homecoming are just some of the programs to be offered.

BC-50414-08Federal/State Partnership: Grants for State Humanities CouncilsMichigan Humanities CouncilPicturing America in Michigan7/1/2008 - 7/31/2010$166,950.00GregoryLParker   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA2008U.S. HistoryGrants for State Humanities CouncilsFederal/State Partnership149450175001494500

To support a series of initiatives related to Picturing America, including a seminar for teachers, a speakers bureau, partnerships with museums in Michigan, and a documentary video program for high schools.

The Michigan Humanities Council proposes a series of initiatives to support and expand the Picturing America program. All Michigan Picturing America schools will be eligible to participate in the following: 1) teachers seminar; 2) speakers bureau; 3) museum partnership; 4) Picturing Your Community in America documentary video program (high school only).

BC-50461-09Federal/State Partnership: Grants for State Humanities CouncilsMichigan Humanities Council2009-10 Great Michigan Read7/1/2009 - 7/31/2010$166,950.00GregoryLParker   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA2009Literature, GeneralGrants for State Humanities CouncilsFederal/State Partnership1569501000015695010000

To support a variety of activities for the 2009-2010 Great Michigan Read, including reader's guides, a teacher's guide, grants for speakers, newspaper inserts, radio and television features and other promotional material. The selected book is "Stealing Buddha's Dinner" by Bich Minh Nguyen.

The 2009-10 Great Michigan Read is a humanities initiative encouraging the entire state to read the same book. Targeting young adults to seniors, The Great Michigan Read aspires to make reading more accessible and appealing, engaging Michiganians with literature unique to the Great Lakes State while encouraging them to learn more about their state, their history, and their society. The selected title, "Stealing Buddha's Dinner," by Bich Minh Nguyen, chronicles the author's migration from Vietnam in 1975 and her coming of age in Grand Rapids, Michigan in the 1980s. Along the way, she struggles to construct her own cultural identity from a menagerie of uniquely American influences. The Council's programming will encourage people to read Stealing Buddha's Dinner and use the text to explore three themes: immigration stories, cultural understanding, and contemporary history.

BC-50550-10Federal/State Partnership: Grants for State Humanities CouncilsMichigan Humanities Council2011-12 Great Michigan Read11/1/2010 - 9/30/2012$166,950.00GregoryLParker   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA2010Literature, GeneralGrants for State Humanities CouncilsFederal/State Partnership16695001669500

Funding will support the Great Michigan Read in 2011-2012, a statewide initiative that uses a single book to explore humanities topics relevant to Michigan and America.

The Michigan Humanities Council’s Great Michigan Read is a statewide reading initiative that utilizes a single book to explore humanities topics relevant to Michigan and America. By emphasizing literature unique to the Great Lakes State, the program aims to make reading more accessible and appealing while encouraging Michiganians to discuss the challenges currently facing the state and the nation.

EH-10874-77Education Programs: Institutes for Higher Education FacultyMichigan Humanities CouncilSummer Institute in Ancient History5/1/1977 - 12/31/1977$74,490.00John Eadie   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA1977Ancient HistoryInstitutes for Higher Education FacultyEducation Programs744900744900

To create a summer institute gathering together established scholars in Ancient History with teachers in the smaller colleges, to bring the results of recent research to their attention. There will be an eight-week session with four seminars on subjects representing difference periods of classical antiquity, which will provide a variety of approaches and aspects and include a number of ancillary disciplines and techniques. Participants will be expected to frame new courses or refurbish old ones as a result of the institute.

GW-256028-17Public Programs: Community ConversationsMichigan Humanities CouncilThird Coast Conversations: Dialogues about Water9/1/2017 - 1/31/2020$300,000.00Jennifer Rupp   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA2017Public HistoryCommunity ConversationsPublic Programs3000000291799.50

Implementation of a series of public programs across Michigan that would address the historical, cultural, and environmental impact of water.

Third Coast Conversations: Dialogues about Water in Michigan, will be a series of statewide public conversations taking place in 31 communities over two years that focus on the cultural, social, historical, and environmental factors that connect Michigan’s people to their water. The project will be led by the Michigan Humanities Council in collaboration with their strong network of partner organizations on the ground. The conversation-based project will allow MHC to augment Water/Ways, a Smithsonian Institution Museum on Main Street travelling exhibit that MHC is already bringing to six rural communities in Michigan with populations of 2,000 people or less as part of our regularly scheduled programming. The exhibit topic, as well as ongoing issues concerning drinking water quality in Flint and other communities, presents a unique opportunity to focus attention on the importance of water as Michigan’s most valuable natural resource.

PA-23845-01Preservation and Access: Preservation/Access ProjectsMichigan Humanities CouncilAn Online Encyclopedia for the State of Michigan: Planning5/1/2001 - 10/31/2002$50,000.00FrankD.Ettawageshik   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA2001U.S. Regional StudiesPreservation/Access ProjectsPreservation and Access500000500000

Planning for an online encyclopedia for the state.

SO-*0382-80Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMichigan Humanities CouncilState Humanities Program4/1/1980 - 10/31/1984$1,750,421.00Susan Kaplan   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA1980Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership1623252127169037480.03

To support local, statewide, and regional humanities projects for the general public.

SO-*0450-78Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMichigan Humanities CouncilMichigan State Program in the Humanities4/1/1978 - 3/31/1981$1,121,046.19JacobE.Nyenhuis   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA1978Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership1004300116746.19968634.98116746.19

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-*0917-76Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMichigan Humanities CouncilKnowledge and Power: Humanistic Values in the Shaping of Public Policy10/1/1976 - 12/1/1979$678,930.00RonaldD.Means   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA1976Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership6477003123064770031230

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

To support public programs, through regrants to institutions and organizations, which relate the humanities and humanists to issues of broad public interest in Michigan. For its second operational year the Committee has chosen as its theme: "The Michigan Economy: A Humanistic Understanding of Production, Consumption, and Leisure".

SO-045078-79Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMichigan Humanities CouncilA Proposal for a Public Humanities Program in Michigan4/1/1978 - 3/31/1980$558,405.00John Eadie   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA1979Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership4970006140549700061405

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-10273-74Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMichigan Humanities CouncilThe Michigan Economy: A Humanistic Understanding of Production, Consumption, and Leisure10/1/1974 - 3/31/1976$148,163.00Raleigh Morgan   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA1974Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership14816301481630

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

The Michigan Council is operating during its first year under the theme, "The Michigan Economy: A Humanistic Understanding of Production, Consumption, and Leisure." The theme represents a crucial issue of concern in the state of Michigan, and also one which can function as a public program in the humanities. The Council will hold conferences, develop a brochure, and seek radio time in order to p^licize the program.

SO-10673-75Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMichigan Humanities CouncilThe Michigan Economy: A Humanistic Understanding of Production, Consumption and Leisure10/1/1975 - 3/31/1977$300,000.00Raleigh Morgan   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA1975Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership30000003000000

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-10857-73Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMichigan Humanities CouncilState-based Public Humanities Program6/1/1973 - 6/30/1974$13,752.00WilliamB.Boyd   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA1973Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership137520137520

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-20220-82Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMichigan Humanities CouncilState Humanities Program11/1/1982 - 10/31/1986$1,220,200.00John Wright   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA1982Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership1045200175000879000122212.23

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-20491-85Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMichigan Humanities CouncilState Humanities Program11/1/1984 - 10/31/1988$978,010.00John Wright   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA1984Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership835510142500835510142000

To support local, statewide, and regional humanities projects for the general public.

SO-20719-87Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMichigan Humanities CouncilState Humanities Program11/1/1986 - 10/31/1989$506,978.00HaroldG.Moss   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA1986Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership4121789480041217894800

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-20832-88Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMichigan Humanities CouncilState Humanities Program11/1/1987 - 10/31/1990$509,081.00HaroldG.Moss   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA1987Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership4142819480041428194800

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-20890-89Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMichigan Humanities CouncilState Humanities Program11/1/1988 - 10/31/1991$585,081.00MarilynL.Williamson   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA1988Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership475281109800475281109800

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-20992-90Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMichigan Humanities CouncilState Humanities Program11/1/1989 - 10/31/1992$625,555.00MarilynL.Williamson   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA1989Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership515755109800515755109800

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-21049-91Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMichigan Humanities CouncilState Humanities Program11/1/1990 - 10/31/1994$1,393,066.00Robert Ferguson   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA1990Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership10569663361001056966336100

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-21106-91Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMichigan Humanities CouncilThe Americas: Hispanic History and Culture3/1/1991 - 9/30/1994$146,593.00Robert Ferguson   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA1991Hispanic American StudiesState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership14659301465930

To support for Detroit-area K-12 teachers two series of six symposia each, a summer institute, a minigrant program, and a curriculum unit for statewide distribution on the theme, "The Americas: Hispanic History and Culture."

SO-21200-93Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMichigan Humanities CouncilState Humanities Program11/1/1992 - 10/31/1997$2,134,500.00SheilaR.Cannatti   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA1992Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership16179005166001617900516600

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-21418-96Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMichigan Humanities CouncilState Humanities Program11/1/1995 - 10/31/2000$2,018,570.00StephenR.Williams   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA1996Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership18731701454001873170145400

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-21608-99Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMichigan Humanities CouncilState Humanities Program11/1/1998 - 10/31/2003$2,117,177.00JamesA.McConnell   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA1998Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership19962771209001996277120900

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-21776-02Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMichigan Humanities CouncilState Humanities Program11/1/2001 - 10/31/2006$2,300,101.00JudithAnnRapanos   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA2001Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership21836011165002183601116500

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-253129-17Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMichigan Humanities CouncilState Humanities Program11/1/2016 - 10/31/2021$3,346,225.00Versell Smith   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA2016History, Criticism, and Theory of the ArtsState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership331212534100331212533400

To support local humanities initiatives and state humanities council operations.

State Humanities Program: Council conducted programs: Great Michigan Read, Prime Time Family Reading Time, Poetry Out Loud, Museum on Main Street, Talking Service, Pulitzer Project Grant Programs: Humanities Grants, Heritage Grants, Quick & Planning Grants, Arts & Humanities Touring Grants

SO-268678-20Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMichigan Humanities CouncilState Humanities Program11/1/2019 - 10/31/2024$4,509,738.00Jim Napolitano   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA2019History, Criticism, and Theory of the ArtsState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership444546764271444546764271

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

State Humanities Council General Operation Support Grant

SO-289835-23Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMichigan Humanities CouncilState or Jurisdictional Humanities Program11/1/2022 - 10/31/2027$3,177,339.00EthriamC.Brammer   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA2022History, Criticism, and Theory of the ArtsState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership310300474335310300444681

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

With the General Operating Support Grant, Michigan Humanities brings the humanities to life through subawards and/or public programming in Michigan. The council tailors its subaward-making and public programs to the needs, resources, and interests of Michigan. In doing so, it delivers on its mission to bring people together through stories, histories, cultures and conversations.

SO-50084-05Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMichigan Humanities CouncilState Humanities Program11/1/2004 - 10/31/2009$2,307,456.00Pat Waring   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA2004Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership21741561333002166190132100

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-50255-08Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMichigan Humanities CouncilState Humanities Program11/1/2007 - 10/31/2012$2,585,910.00Pat Waring   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA2007Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership24743101116002465510111600

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-50424-11Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMichigan Humanities CouncilState Humanities Program11/1/2010 - 10/31/2015$2,988,700.00Pat Waring   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA2010Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership2891400973002832285.0594000

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SO-50602-14Federal/State Partnership: State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMichigan Humanities CouncilState Humanities Program11/1/2013 - 10/31/2018$4,048,160.00Anne Belanger   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA2013Interdisciplinary Studies, GeneralState Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership401226035900301463035900

General operating support for state or territorial humanities council

SSO-296609-23Federal/State Partnership: Supplements to State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMichigan Humanities CouncilUnited We Stand supplement9/1/2023 - 10/31/2024$50,000.00EthriamC.Brammer   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA2023 Supplements to State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership500000500000

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SSO-296683-23Federal/State Partnership: Supplements to State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsMichigan Humanities CouncilNational History Day supplements9/1/2023 - 3/31/2025$20,000.00EthriamC.Brammer   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA2023 Supplements to State Humanities Councils General Operating Support GrantsFederal/State Partnership200000200000

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ZSO-283142-21Federal/State Partnership: ARP (State councils)Michigan Humanities CouncilHumanities Councils American Rescue Plan funding6/15/2021 - 4/30/2023$1,245,644.00Jim Napolitano   Michigan Humanities CouncilOkemosMI48864-6012USA2021 ARP (State councils)Federal/State Partnership1245644012456440

No project description available