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Providence, Rhode Island
Humanities Programs and Preservation in a Vibrant Public Library
The Providence Public Library offers an ambitious annual exhibition schedule with accompanying public programming encompassing history, culture, and the fine arts. Image courtesy of the Providence Public Library.

Providence Public Library (PPL) has a long tradition of engaging, inspiring and connecting its communities in Providence and all Rhode Island through its unique resources and myriad cultural and educational programs and services. Since 1976, the NEH has supported this mission, providing funding for exhibition and educational programming about Rhode Island’s history. Today, PPL offers a wide range of high-impact educational opportunities to the people in its service area. These include free, public classes covering everything from essential skills for new immigrants, to workforce development for youth and adults, to early childhood literacy programs.

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