The Motown Museum is an international tourist destination, housed within Motown Records’ first headquarters, Hitsville U.S. A. on West Grand Boulevard in the heart of Detroit. Founded in 1985, the museum preserves, protects and presents the Motown Sound, a national and international phenomenon without compare that has influenced musicians of every genre and generation since.More about this grant »
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Slingshot introduces the Class of 2018
This annual list of “ground-breaking organizations in Jewish life” includes seven grantees: Hazon, Israel & Co., Moishe House, OneTable, PJ Library, Sefaria and Shalom Learning; four others are affiliated through the Jewish Emergent Network, also a grantee: IKAR, Mishkan Chicago and Lab/Shul.
Mackinac Moment: Salvador Salort-Pons
At the Mackinac Policy Conference, the director of the Detroit Institute of Arts, a grantee, discusses, in this 11-minute segment, how museums of all kinds cultivate societal trust by creating safe spaces for people to learn about the past in unbiased settings.
Sefaria is a nonprofit organization, established in 2013, to advance the future of Jewish learning by digitizing and offering Jewish texts, in Hebrew and English translations. Sefaria’s founders, the best-selling author Joshua Foer and Google project manager Brett Lockspeiser, envisioned a world in which any interested person could have unfettered access to the entire Jewish canon.More about this grant »