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DCOHC Partnership Grant

DC Oral History Collaborative Application Categories

Open to the Public

New Oral History Projects
This opportunity provides financial and capacity building resources to community organizations and individuals (“partners”) interested in conducting oral history projects. Potential projects may focus on: neighborhoods, social organizations, political history, labor, faith-based groups, cultural trends, historic events, or other themes that lend themselves to oral history as a tool for research and preservation.

Submissions are currently closed.

Public Projects & Events
This opportunity provides financial and capacity building resources to community organizations and individuals (“partners”) interested in bringing EXISTING oral history collections out of the archives to produce public humanities projects. Potential projects may focus on: neighborhoods, social organizations, political history, labor, faith-based groups, cultural trends, historic events, or other themes that can draw on one or more collections of oral histories. All projects must be thematically focused on Washington, DC and must benefit the residents of Washington, DC.

Submissions are currently closed.

Open to Previous Partners

Partnership Grant Extension
This opportunity provides financial and capacity building resources to community organizations and individuals (“partners”) interested in continuing work on an oral history project for which they previously received a DCOHC grant.

Submissions are currently closed.