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BEARC Receives an American Rescue Plan Humanities Grant for 2021-22

We are excited to announce that Boundary End Archaeology Research Center was awarded an American Rescue Plan Humanities Grant from North Carolina Humanities, a statewide nonprofit and state affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities in September 2021. We are grateful to be among the organizations selected to receive this grant funding designed to help nonprofit organizations sustain their operations and public programs through the coronavirus pandemic. Thanks to this generous support and that of many individual donors and volunteers, we were able to continue to make progress curating our special collection and keeping the Stuart Library in tip-top condition over the course of the pandemic. We’ve also been able to increase the educational resources and content available to all through our online platforms.

This is the first time BEARC has received a grant from North Carolina Humanities, one of the oldest and largest cultural funders and humanities program providers in North Carolina whose mission our founder, Dr. George Stuart, was also dedicated to advancing during his lifetime.

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