Flower City Folk (FCF), a newly established folklife program in Rochester, New York, now serves individuals living in Rochester and the surrounding communities by supporting and documenting diverse folklife, facilitating related educational opportunities, and connecting community members to local, state, and federal arts resources.

Community Powered is a Wisconsin Humanities initiative that builds resilience among Wisconsin communities by helping them recognize, communicate, and act upon their strengths, their challenges, and their histories to envision a vibrant future. Residents of participating Wisconsin communities will experience new ways to unearth and tell stories of their communities and will take concrete steps toward making their hometowns even better places to live.  

In awarding the 2021 Kenneth Goldstein Award for Lifetime Academic Leadership to Dorothy Noyes at its Annual Meeting last October, the American Folklore Society celebrated her outstanding achievements in advancing the work of students and colleagues, of the Center for Folklore Studies at The Ohio State University, of the American Folklore Society, and of the field as a whole.

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