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Library Awarded California Humanities Quick Grant

The Library is pleased to announce it has received a California Humanities Quick Grant to support the project Untold Perspectives: A Marin County Community Oral History Project, which will guide high school students in conducting, collecting, and preserving oral history interviews. The goal is to amplify the voices and stories of underrepresented individuals in our cities while forging stronger relationships within the community. Read the press release here.

Untold Perspectives: A Marin County Community Oral History Project
Mill Valley Public Library
Project Director: Natalie Snoyman, $4700

Organized by the Mill Valley Public Library in conjunction with the Marin City Library, “Untold Perspectives: A Marin County Community Oral History Project” will guide high school students in conducting, collecting, and preserving oral history interviews. The project will connect students with BIPOC individuals living in Marin County with the goal of amplifying the voices and stories of underrepresented folks in our city while forging stronger relationships within the community. The final projects will be posted on the libraries’ websites and incorporated into their archives. Programming will run from September 2021 through December 2021.


The City of Mill Valley promotes events and activities that inspire action towards eliminating racial disparities, both inside government and in the community. Learn more about the City of Mill Valley's Diversity, Inclusion and Equity initiatives here.