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A Place to Call Home, Project Director Interview

Project directors, Susan Davis and Betty Louise, recently spoke with California Humanities staff about, A Place to Call Home. This multi-media project sponsored by Nevada City NPR-affiliate KMVR aims to promote a more inclusive and compassionate community by enabling homeless people, representatives of organizations working with homeless people, public officials, and concerned citizens of Nevada County to voice their opinions and ideas, listen to one another, and find common ground.

This project was one of 34 Humanities for All Quick Grants awards made in December 2016, through our new grant program supporting locally-initiated public humanities projects that respond to the needs and interests of Californians.

Listen to the full interview:

Visit the A Place to Call Home website for more information.

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