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OurStory Edutainment

OurStory Edutainment is a cultural learning institute that teaches Black history through the fusion of education & entertainment. We use music, poetry, dance, documentaries, spoken

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The Village Worcester

In September 2020, after the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, & countless Black folks by police, the Stone Soup Artist/Activist Collective and Community Resource

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Worcester Historical Museum

Founded in 1875, Worcester Historical Museum (WHM) is the only local organization dedicated to collecting, preserving, interpreting and sharing Worcester’s history in all time periods

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Mechanics Hall

Built in 1857, Mechanics Hall is internationally regarded as one of the world’s great concert halls for its superb acoustics and 19th-century elegance. Regionally, it

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Preservation Worcester

Preservation Worcester is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to maintain for future generations the sites and structures which are significant to the culture, history,

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Guardians of Traditions

501 (c)(3) that provides entertaining and culturally relevant events that reflect the diversity of the community, engages youth at risk, and encourages others to share

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Hellenic Arts Society

Hellenic Arts Society promotes Hellenic arts and culture by providing opportunities for artists of Greek descent who have achieved distinction in their field, and for

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ValleyCAST’s mission is to foster a creative and engaged community in the Historic Blackstone Valley that is inclusive and supportive of all people with and

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American Antiquarian Society

The American Antiquarian Society (AAS) cultivates understanding of the American past, grounded in its ever-growing collection of printed and manuscript sources from the colonial period

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