2022 Annual Report
We are pleased to share our most recent annual report. We hope that this report will inspire readers to explore the endless possibilities derived from engaging with the humanities.
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Institute for Louisiana Culture and History Announces Regional Workshops
This coming school year LEH will host four Institute for Louisiana Culture and History workshops for social studies K–12 educators around the state, with a focus 18th-century Louisiana history in alignment with LDOE’s new 6th-grade social studies standards.Read More
Four Sites Receive Grants to Host “Iron Sharpens Iron” Currents Program
LEH’s popular reading and discussion series, Currents, which includes the book club programs “Who Gets to Vote?” and “Witness to Change,” expands to include a film discussion program on “Iron Sharpens Iron.”Read More
35 Organizations Receive Emergency Planning Grants
Recipients of LEH’s Emergency Planning Grants will be able to use the funds to hire consultants or underwrite staff time to develop, update and implement written emergency plans, and support staff training, such as workshops or other professional development opportunities, directly related to emergency planning.Read More