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Winter 2003 Forum Journal: Cities, Suburbs & Countryside

​ Table of Content * Bringing the Preservation Message to Broader Audiences by Richard Moe * A Welcome to Cleveland by Mayor Jane L. Campbell * Protecting Historic Resources Through Partnerships by Fran P. Mainella * Preserving the Full Scope of America’s Past by Rodney J. Reynolds...

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The Benefits of Recruiting Diversity Program Interns in Historic Preservation Organizations

by Rebecca Yates The preservation field continues to grapple with engaging underrepresented communities to tell richer and more inclusive American stories—and with reflecting this diversity in preservation practice. This was underscored in the 2016 Forum Journal issue, “ The Full Spectrum of...

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National Trust Diversity Scholarship Program Has Been Promoting Equity in Preservation for 25 Years

Note: The 2017 Diversity Scholarship Program application is now available online . Please apply and share the application with organizations and higher education institutions—as well as with individuals interested in attending PastForward 2017 in Chicago as diversity scholars. In honor of...

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Fostering Diverse Voices in Historic Preservation Through Internships

By Jamesha Gibson This year marks the 50th anniversary of the National Historic Preservation Act. The preservation movement has undergone significant changes since the passage of the Act, and we can anticipate more advancements in the years to come. To ensure that these changes resonate with...

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New Voices Call for Change: Interviews with Diversity Scholars

This video is enhanced content for the Spring 2014 issue of Forum Journal: Imagining a More Inclusive Preservation Program. At the 2013 National Preservation Conference six Diversity Scholars were interviewed about their work. For more information about Preservation Leadership Forum click...



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Cultural Diversity Scholarships

Over the last six years, the National Trust Cultural Diversity Scholarship Program has attracted more than 600 ethnically diverse participants to the annual National Preservation Conference. The goal of the program, which is partially funded by the Getty Grant Program of the J. Paul Getty Trust,...


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Bringing the Preservation Message to Broader Audiences

At the 2001 National Preservation Conference in Providence just a few weeks after the events of September 11, I asked you to join me in rededicating our best efforts to the preservation of the places that link us with our shared past and give us strength and unity as a nation. You’ve responded...


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Cultural Diversity in Historic Preservation: Where We Have Been, Where We Are Going (Update)

My 1992 Forum Journal essay on cultural diversity in historic preservation was part of a special issue devoted to the diversity topic. It followed the 1991 National Preservation Conference held in San Francisco, Calif., that marked the 25th anniversary of the National Historic Preservation Act....


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Preservation Perceptions and Moving Forward

By Lawana Holland-Moore The James Armstrong House, one of Fairmount Heights oldest, constructed in 1905. | Credit: Lawana Holland-Moore Recently, I wrote a preservation plan for the small town of Fairmount Heights,...

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