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Live The Legacy Podcast, Third Season

The Philadelphia Higher Education Network for Neighborhood Development, a consortium of over 30 colleges and universities in the greater Philadelphia area, shares Season 3 of AGF's Live the Legacy podcast.

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Mellon Foundation Grants More Than $12 Million To Recipients Of Inaugural Higher Learning Open Call For Civic Engagement And Social Justice-Related Research And Projects

Bard College has received a $399,000 award from the Mellon Foundation to support a three-year applied learning research curricular project on voting rights. The project will be done in collaboration with the North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, Tuskegee University, Prairie View A&M University, and The Andrew Goodman Foundation.

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Mellon Foundation Awards Bard College $399,000 Civic Engagement Grant

Bard College has received a $399,000 award from the Mellon Foundation to support a three-year applied learning research curricular project on voting rights. The project will be done in collaboration with the North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, Tuskegee University, Prairie View A&M University, and The Andrew Goodman Foundation.

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Helping Hands

Bard College has received a $399,000 award from the Mellon Foundation to support a three-year applied learning research curricular project on voting rights. The project will be done in collaboration with the North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, Tuskegee University, Prairie View A&M University, and The Andrew Goodman Foundation.

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Fresh Off Polling Place Victories, Bard Wins $399,000 Mellon Foundation Grant To Create New Voting Rights Course

Bard College has received a $399,000 award from the Mellon Foundation to support a three-year applied learning research curricular project on voting rights. The project will be done in collaboration with the North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, Tuskegee University, Prairie View A&M University, and The Andrew Goodman Foundation.

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Mellon Grant To Power Voting Rights Project

Bard College has received a $399,000 award from the Mellon Foundation to support a three-year applied learning research curricular project on voting rights. The project will be done in collaboration with the North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, Tuskegee University, Prairie View A&M University, and The Andrew Goodman Foundation.

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