The National Humanities Alliance announced that the Georgia Virtual History Project has been included on their map of “model” humanities projects around the country.
What an honor!
You can view the write-up by going to https://www.nhalliance.org, then scrolling down to the “See the Humanities at Work in Communities” section and clicking the “Engaged Humanities” image. We’re the southeasternmost pin. Click on the Pin and a Pop up appears with a fantastic video of Shields-Ethridge Farm.