Actor and scholar Becky Stone will portray Josephine Baker in Colorado communities in February 2023! Visit our page to view the full schedule.

Our Building Skills Through Writing series for current and veteran military personnel and their families is based on Erin Hice’s book, Staying Sane in an Insane World: From A to Z, and offers participants the opportunity to choose from a variety of writing prompts on topics such as authenticity, courage, jobs, resilience, ownership, and purpose.

View the premiere of Voting Access & Security and learn about the panelists.

Nominations for the next Colorado Poet Laureate are open and must be submitted no later than February 1, 2023 to Colorado Humanities & Center for the Book via Submittable. Chosen by the Governor, the Colorado Poet Laureate will serve a four-year term beginning in July 2023.

Changing the Legacy of Race & Ethnicity — Equity in Education

On Wednesday, November 9, Colorado Humanities held an in-person panel conversation that highlighted lessons educators are learning, ways educators are preserving their souls, and freedom dreaming. Visit our webpage to read more about the accomplished list of panelists and keep an eye out for the recording.

Colorado Humanities Announces Grant Recipients

Colorado Humanities is happy to announce that 79 organizations were awarded a total of $760,411 in Colorado Sustaining the Humanities through the American Rescue Plan grants.


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