People Saving Places Stories
The preservation movement started as a grassroots effort driven by concerned citizens who embraced America’s heritage in a direct and personally meaningful way. That tradition continues in full force today, with Americans connecting in new and innovative ways to the places they love. Learn more about their projects in the stories below.
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The National Trust's African American Cultural Heritage Action Fund has awarded $3 million in grants to 33 places preserving Black history.See the List