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July 2020 Newsletter

MHAA Grant Winners ... Virtual Walking Tours ... Funding Opportunities and More

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Virtual Walking Tours Now Available Via Our YouTube Channel - BmoreNHA

Experience the highlights of our walking tours on all of your devices - safely and conveniently from home.

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13 Baltimore Organizations Receive MHAA Grants for FY21

MHAA awards thirteen Baltimore organizations grants to support heritage tourism projects and activities that draw visitors and expand economic development and tourism-related job creation.

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IT'S A SNAP! 2020 Contest - Open for Entries

Calling all photographers! You can be a Baltimore student, an amateur photographer or a professional photographer. We want to see your perspective of Baltimore!

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Call to Action in Response to Police Brutality and Uprisings Across the Country - Be A Witness And Then Do Something!

George Floyd’s treatment was cruel and unjust. There is no excuse. It has to stop, NOW!

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Heritage Area Awards Nearly $30,000 in Grant Funding to Support Historic Neighborhoods

Groups from Several Baltimore Neighborhoods Awarded Funding to Begin Community Improvement/Engagement Projects

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BNHA Partners with the NPS for a Series of Exclusive Virtual Tours of the Hampton National Historic Site - {VIDEO}

A series of exclusive virtual tours of the Hampton National Historic Site in Towson, MD. These tours tell the stories of the enslaved people that maintained and supported the success of the property.

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Recap - History Through Art Program with City Schools {VIDEO}

Thirty Baltimore City Public School students use their art to show their place in building Baltimore's legacy.

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It’s a Snap! 2019 - Photo Contest Winners

Each year the heritage area photo contest captures what makes Baltimore a monumental city.

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PROMOTING AND PRESERVING BALTIMORE'S HISTORYWhat is a Heritage Area?