Explore the story of the New Latinos in Casa Grande

Until World War II, Latino immigration to the United States was overwhelmingly Mexican-American. After the war, three new waves brought large-scale immigration from Puerto Rico, Cuba, and the Dominican Republic. […]

Humanities in the News

A few popular articles from our facebook and twitter feeds. Follow us to stay in the know! Humanities and business go hand in hand – via Boston Globe Literature about medicine may be […]

Grantee Highlights in Northern Arizona

Learn about Arizona prisons with Hot Topics Cafe and explore Zuni history and culture at the Museum of Northern Arizona at these programs funded in part by Arizona Humanities grants. […]

Poetry Writing Prompts April 20 -30

Last week of poetry writing prompts to inspire you! April 20th April 21st April 22nd April 23th April 24th April 25th April 26th April 27th April 28th April 29th April […]

Poetry Writing Prompts April 11th – 19th

Even though we are more than halfway through April, we have plenty of creative writing prompts to keep you inspired. Don’t miss our final two programs – April 21st with Cynthia […]

Eshé Pickett Elected to Board of Directors

Arizona Humanities is pleased to announce the addition of Eshé Pickett to the board of directors. Pickett served as a volunteer board apprentice for the past year through the Manifesto […]

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