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Press Release | New York, New York | June 27, 2017
Reclaiming the Past in Bricks and Mortar: New Study Reveals Millennials’ Desire to Connect with Historic Places Survey finds that millennials value older buildings with authenticity and character where they live, work and play
Press Release | Washington, D.C. | June 15, 2017
Historic Neighborhoods of Philadelphia Named a National Treasure by National Trust for Historic Preservation
Press Release | Washington, D.C. | June 13, 2017
National Hands-On Preservation Training Program Reaches Milestone 100th Project Program empowering the next generation of historic preservationists to launch 100th project with Juneteenth commemoration at Virginia’s Fort Monroe National Monument
Speech | San Francisco, California | January 9, 2017
The Past and Future City: Remarks by Stephanie Meeks SPUR (San Francisco Bay Area Planning and Urban Research Association)
Speech | Houston, Texas | November 16, 2016
PastForward 2016 Preservation Conference Stephanie K. Meeks Keynote Speech
Speech | Detroit, Michigan | September 7, 2016
Announcement of Jefferson-Chalmers National Treasure
Statement | Washington, DC | June 27, 2017
Continuation of HBCU Preservation Program is Critical to Future of Historic Buildings on Campuses Nationwide Statement by Thomas J. Cassidy, Jr., Vice President, Government Relations and Policy, National Trust for Historic Preservation
Statement | Washington, DC | June 19, 2017
National Trust Statement on Confederate Memorials Statement from National Trust for Historic Preservation President and CEO Stephanie Meeks
Statement | June 12, 2017
National Trust Strongly Opposes Weakening the Antiquities Act and Reversing Protections for Bears Ears National Monument