So You Think You Know Civics Speaker Series – What is Citizenship?

Virtual Event Virtual Event

NJCH is proud to sponsor So You Think You Know Civics?, a series presented by the Princeton Public Library and Morven Museum & Garden that will unpack big questions about the past and present of the U.S. government, and how we can make change in our democracy.

A Def Poetry Reunion: Featuring Roberto Lugo

Grounds for Sculpture 80 Sculptors Way, Hamilton Township, NJ, United States

NJCH is proud to sponsor this partnership between Grounds For Sculpture (GFS) and Def Poetry Jam to bring Roberto Lugo’s “Put Yourself In the Picture” vessel to life during an outdoor event featuring 10 poets, 2 locations, 1 DJ, food trucks and a 25-foot vessel.

Secaucus World Dance & Diversity Festival

Sponsored by NJCH and organized by The Diversity Center and the Town of Secaucus, this event is UNESCO & International Dance Council endorsed and will draw in participants from all over the world.

Black Americans, Jewish Americans Book Club (Session 2)

Virtual Event Virtual Event

The Allen and Joan Bildner Center for the Study of Jewish Life at Rutgers University will hold a virtual book club in conjunction with its interdisciplinary symposium, “Black Americans, Jewish Americans: Historical Intersections, Collisions, and Passings." 

Grant Award Notifications

Notifications in regard to applications for Round Two of NJCH’s 2023-24 Action and Incubation Grants will be made by June 30, 2024.

Jim Crow in New Jersey – A Sankofa Collaborative Workshop

Grounds for Sculpture 80 Sculptors Way, Hamilton Township, NJ, United States

NJCH is proud to sponsor the Sankofa Collaborative's continuing series of workshops on the complex and difficult issues in the history and current experiences of African American citizens of New Jersey.

Arabella Barlow Day: Civil War Soldier’s Encampment & Surgeon’s Demonstration

Wallace House & Old Dutch Parsonage State Historic Sites 71 Somerset Street, Somerville, NJ, United States

NJCH is proud to sponsor this event from the Wallace House & Old Dutch Parsonage State Historic Sites, re-creating a Civil War encampment and offering an encounter a New Jersey soldier’s experience of the Civil War.

Mississippi to Atlantic City: Freedom Summer’s Mark on America

Stockton University-Atlantic City Campus 3711 Atlantic Ave, Atlantic City, NJ, United States

2024 marks the 60th anniversary of Freedom Summer, a landmark campaign to register as many African American voters as possible in Mississippi. While most of the movement's work took place in the Magnolia State, a key portion of the path to voting rights ran through the Garden State. Join us for a commemoration of this iconic historical moment.

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