“Touchstones is unprecedented in what it is doing, combining pragmatism with intellectual pursuit – it needs as much support as is available.”
Touchstones was awarded a second grant from NEH in 2019 to expand this initial project, through replication, creation of leader’s and participant’s guides for printing, and a new joint veteran-civilian discussion program. In addition to the initial grant courtesy of the National Endowment of Humanities, Touchstones works with staff of the Library of Congress’ Veterans History Project. The Veterans History Project “collects and preserves personal stories and other original materials from America’s war veterans.” For more information about the mission of the Veterans History Project go to www.loc.gov/vets.
All veterans of US uniformed services are welcome to participate and are encouraged to reach out to Touchstones for additional information. For information about how to become involved, contact Howard Zeiderman, Director of Leadership Programs, at the Touchstones office at (410)-604-3309 or email email@example.com.
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