Regional Humanities Networks provide technical assistance by making resources including tool kits, links to additional educational and recordings of capacity building workshops, available online.

RHN Event Code of Conduct


RHN Event Accessibility Inclusion Guide


Developing Culturally Sensitive Programming

The Designing Culturally Inclusive Programming Series focused on strengthening nonprofit infrastructures and facilitating deep engagement on key topics so that organizations can achieve lasting change. Throughout this series, we brought practitioners and scholars to help us engage with different themes: positionality, collaboration, inclusivity, power, decolonization, and programming. 

This series was part of the National Endowment for the Humanities’s special initiative, A More Perfect Union which was designed to demonstrate and enhance the critical role the humanities play in our nation while also supporting projects that will help Americans commemorate the 250th anniversary of the Declaration of Independence in 2026.

Exploring Shared Authority

Reflective Examination of Identities

Creating New Programming for America250

Building Successful Partnerships and Collaborations

Decolonizing Organizations