Delaware Humanities is curating its collection of videos and program materials to make them available online.
Russia and the United States: A New Cold War?
Lecture by David E. Hoffman, Pulitzer Prize winner for The Dead Hand
Rethinking Jim Crow Segregation
Lecture by Dr. Nathan D.B. Connolly, author of A World More Concrete
A License to Remember
Film created with funding from NEH’s Standing Together initiative. A Film Brothers production.
A Legacy of Opportunity: The History of Delaware State University
Film created with funding from NEH’s Humanities and the Legacy of Race and Ethnicity in the United States initiative and the Welfare Foundation, Inc. A 302 Stories, Inc. production.
HumaniTeens: Cultural vs. Genetic HeritageAugust 10, 2017
In this installment of HumaniTeens, Stella and Zehra relate taking ancestral DNA tests, their results, and what this meant to each of them.
HumaniTeens: Newark Farmers MarketAugust 18, 2017
Have you seen the organic section in your local supermarket? The ethnic section? If you have, it’s probably small without a decent variety. “You could shop at five or six stores or just one.” Located on Kirkwood Highway in Newark, the Farmers Market serves a wide variety of cultures and peoples across the state.