"New Deal" WPA art, Clarkson S. Fisher Federal Building; U.S. Courthouse, Trenton, New Jersey. Photographs in the Carol M. Highsmith Archive, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Division.

Give to the LEH Annual Fund and Preserve the Humanities

We celebrate our shared humanity through our shared values and our common loves: the special stories revealed through Louisiana Cultural Vistas magazine; the light in the eyes of a family as their child learns to read; and the voices of poets, the music of Zachary Richard at Bright Lights Awards, reliving the glory days of Hometown Teams, and the LEH reaching out with flood emergency funding-2017 will continue to be a time of coming together to uplift each other toward the common good.

And as we remember that determination and hope are often born out of challenging times, we look to the humanities to inspire, to interpret, and to shine a light onto what it means to be human, in this place, and in this time. The humanities remind us of our best selves, and that working together, ordinary people can accomplish the extraordinary.

Please consider giving generously to support the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities, in our mission to preserve and share our state’s history and culture across all parishes, and to the world beyond. Working together, ordinary people can accomplish the extraordinary. And thus we find our humanity, and we share.

Give online here,  or mail your check to LEH, 938 Lafayette Street, Suite 300, New Orleans, LA 70113, or call 504.523.4352. Please make your donation today.

 

 

The LEH coffee mug is a premium with all $250+ donations.