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Supporting Public Programs in Community Libraries Nationwide
With funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the American Library Association has brought programs like Latino Americans: 500 Years of History to communities throughout the United States. Image courtesy of the American Library Association.

Since 1971, NEH funding has helped the American Library Association (ALA) bring humanities programs to libraries throughout the United States. From supporting a nationwide forum on “American Issues” in the 1970s to today’s Great Stories Club, these NEH-funded programs have expanded the capacity of public libraries to serve their communities. And as a result of this history of funding, the ALA is now able to help other NEH-funded programs reach communities across the United States.

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