ETV Empowerment Expo

Westminster Arts Center at Bloomfield College 449 Franklin St, Bloomfield, NJ

NJCH is a proud sponsor of Empower the Village's ETV Empowerment Expo on February 11, 2023. Part of ETV's celebration of Black History Month, the Expo will feature a Black-Owned Business Marketplace, an entrepreneurship-focused expert panel, lectures reflecting on the legacies of the civil rights movement, and the inaugural Village Ventures™ business pitch competition.

Price of Liberty Film Series: Free Renty Screening and Discussion

Cinema505 505 Bloomfield Ave, Montclair, NJ

NJCH is a proud sponsor of the Montclair History Center's The Price of Liberty film and discussion series, featuring two documentary films followed by discussion led by scholars Leslie Wilson, PhD and Khemani Gibson, PhD. The events are in-person as well as available online.

“Stories Invincible” Closing Ceremony

Camden Community College - Downtown Camden Campus 200 North Broadway, Camden, NJ

Celebrate the amazing stories from the fellows of “Stories Invincible," a Camden-based initiative that supports restorative narrative reporting by and for communities of color in South Jersey.

Applying for an NJCH Grant Workshop

Virtual Event Virtual Event

This hour-long webinar, designed to help potential grantees learn more about the mission of NJCH and about public humanities programming, will explore Incubation and Action Grant guidelines and requirements.

Convening: “Bringing Community Back to Community Colleges”

Bergen Community College - Paramus Campus 400 Paramus Road, Paramus, NJ

Join the New Jersey Council for the Humanities and the New Jersey Council of County Colleges on March 24 for “Bringing Community Back to Community Colleges,” a full-day hybrid convening for community college humanities faculty from around the state.

Price of Liberty Film Series: Reparations Screening and Discussion

Cinema505 505 Bloomfield Ave, Montclair, NJ

NJCH is proud to be a sponsor of the Montclair History Center's The Price of Liberty film and discussion series. This is the eighth year for the series, which focuses on issues related to race, segregation, integration, and Civil Rights. This year’s 2023 series explores reparations and social justice sought for African American and Asian […]

In the Weeds: Creating an Outstanding Proposal

Virtual Event Virtual Event

Ideal for anyone in the process of applying for an NJCH grant, but useful for other grant applications as well, this workshop explores how to use the narrative and budget to create a compelling grant proposal.

Restoring Hope and Health Through Poetry

Camden Technology Center 601 Cooper Street, Camden, NJ

Join acclaimed poets Patrick Rosal and Shawn R. Jones for a healing workshop that will encourage participants to take an unflinching look at personal and collective traumas and create a roadmap for hope.

Community History Showcase

Virtual Event Virtual Event

Join us for this showcase of projects created by the participants in NJCH’s most recent Community History cohort, a great opportunity to see the value of the program for organizations that might be interested in participating.

Democracy Conversation Project Program: “We the People…Wait, Which People?”

Montville Township Public Library 90 Horseneck Rd., Montville, NJ

We’ve all heard those first three words of the preamble of the Constitution. But what does that mean? And can “We the people” mean different things at different times to different people? Join Dr. Christopher Fisher at Montville Township Public Library for an exploration of these complex historical topics.