“Mass Humanities has awarded close to $135,000 in grants to eight cultural organizations in the Valley to support projects designed to tell the stories of underrepresented people and communities, from a formerly enslaved couple who escaped the U.S. South to today’s agricultural workers who help put food on our tables.”…
“In Greenfield, The LAVA Center has been awarded $20,000 for a program that highlights people involved in agriculture by, as program notes put it, making visible ‘the too-often overlooked stories of indispensable, essential agricultural workers, primarily through oral history/story and photo documentation.'”
Steve Pfarrer for the the Daily Hampshire Gazette
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