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New Digital Resource from CT Humanities Grantee, Immigrant History Initiative: Who Killed Vincent Chin?

CT Humanities-funded Immigrant History Initiative (IHI) is partnering with acclaimed…


National Hispanic Heritage Month: September 15 to October 15

September 15, 2022 • Digital Resource, E-News

We celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month to recognize the contributions…


International Day of Democracy and Constitution Day

September 14, 2022 • Digital Resource, E-News

Commemorated on September 15th, the International Day of Democracy provides an opportunity…


New Digital Exhibit! Brass City/Grass Roots: The Persistence of Farming in Waterbury, Connecticut

UConn’s Dr. Ruth Glasser’s traveling exhibit Brass City/Grass Roots: The Persistence…


Connecticut’s Commemorations for the 250th Anniversary of the Founding of the United States

On July 1, 2022, Governor Ned Lamont established a commission responsible for…


Teachers Guide for Commemorating Constitution Day – September 17

September 6, 2022 • Civics, Digital Resource, E-News, Educators

EDSITEment from the National Endowment for the Humanities provides extensive resources for…


Grantee Spotlight: Connecticut Explored | 20 for 20: Innovation in Connecticut History

Date/Time: Fall 2022-Spring 2023; Events begin September 1, 2022 Location: Various, see…


Write about Connecticut’s Dynamic and Diverse History!

Do you enjoy researching and writing about Connecticut’s dynamic and…


CT History Day 2023 Guide Now Available | Theme: Frontiers in History

The 2023 theme for Connecticut History Day, Frontiers in History,…


Anniversary: 19th Amendment to the U.S. Constitution: Women’s Right to Vote

Passed by Congress June 4, 1919, and ratified on August 18, 1920, the 19th…


July is Disability Pride Month

Disability Pride Month occurs in the States every July to…


Connecticut Humanities Receives $50,000 from The Scripps Family Fund for Education and the Arts, to Continue Expansion of Digital Content for Teachers and Students

For Immediate Release January 27, 2022 Contact: Aimee Cotton Bogush…


CUTLINE Democracy and Dialogues Initiative, Premieres March 28 on CPTV

What do we want our democracy to look like? The…


SURVEY: Educators Asked for Input on Teach It

January 21, 2021 • Digital Resource, Educators

With the recent awarding of $55,485 to Connecticut Humanities by The…


Connecticut Humanities Receives $55,485 from The Scripps Family Fund for Education and the Arts to Support Teach It

Connecticut Humanities has received $55,485 from The Scripps Family Fund…


Bring Connecticut History to Life in your Classroom with Teach It from Connecticut Humanities

“It gives me an appreciation of how it is now from…


Women in the Jury Box and the Beginning of U.S. Navy Aviation – New Articles at

Elizabeth W. Coe Demands the Right of Jury Service In…


Free Digital History Resources for Educators, Parents, and Students

CT Humanities reminds you of our free digital resources for…


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