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Professor Aljoe, Everyday Boston, and ENGAGE receive Mass Humanities grant for “Stories of Our Streets”

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Professor Nicole N. Aljoe, along with Everyday Boston and ENGAGE, was awarded a Mass Humanities grant for a project called, “Stories of Our Streets.” This project is intended to be part of Mass Humanities’s Engaging New Audiences in the Humanities initiative. Associate Teaching Professor of English Ellen Noonan is also contributing to the grant project. Honors students in Professor Noonan’s Fall 2018 “Slam Poetry and Social Justice” course will be working with high school street ambassadors/storytellers.

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