Georgia Humanities collaborates with others to preserve and share the stories and cultural legacies of people and place—past, present, and future, famous and little-known. All have the power to enrich lives, open hearts and minds, and strengthen communities.
“The public work of the humanities is to bear witness to the human experience. Being part of Talking Service allows me to bear witness to the experiences of our Georgia veterans.”
– Dr. Kristin Kelly, moderator for Talking Service, a reading and discussion program for veterans