Humanities Connection

Format: 2014-04-21

Reflections by scholar and living history performer Gwendolyn Briley-Strand.


March 10th 2013 marked the one hundredth anniversary of the death of the abolitionist and Dorchester native, Harriet Ross Tubman.

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Maryland Humanities Council Executive Director Phoebe Stein introduces WYPR’s newest community segment, Humanities Connection, and how the humanities play a critical role in our lives.

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For more information visit www.mdhc.org.

The Maryland Humanities Council (MHC) is a statewide, educational, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that uses the humanities to stimulate and promote informed dialogue and civic engagement on issues critical to Marylanders.

Opening Eyes. Opening Ears. Opening Minds. The humanities explore the human experience. Through the humanities we think about who we are – our ideas, our histories, our literature, our values – and how we relate to one another. We encourage Marylanders with different backgrounds and viewpoints to see, hear and learn more about others and themselves. We believe that only informed, engaged citizens can build healthy, democratic societies.