Henry Luce Foundation
DescriptionCreated by the founder of TIME magazine, the Foundation has invested in knowledge makers and ensured that their work informs public discussion. Through the Foundation's Advancing Public Knowledge on Democracy, Race, and Religion in America grants, its Religion and Theology Program seeks new ideas for projects that will deepen public understanding of and promote more public discussions about democracy, race, and religion in the United States. Through this program, the Foundation aims to support collaborative and experimental initiatives that seek to deepen understanding of religion's complex and contested place in public life, to envision and cultivate new religious and democratic, possibilities, and to promote more curious and more generous public conversations. The Foundation defines knowledge broadly and aim to support its creation and public circulation in many forms, including - but not limited to - independent media, visual art, film and video, educational curricula, policy analysis, community advocacy, research, and scholarship. Application instructions and additional information can be found on the Web site.
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