Philadelphia, PA (April 12, 2019) – The National Heritage Areas Podcast returns with a third season.
In the introduction to this season, Communications Coordinator Jules Long and Regional Program Manager Peter Samuel provide a recap of seasons 1 and 2 and discuss the focus of this year’s episodes. Season 3 will take a closer look at how National Heritage Areas (NHAs) tell all Americans’ stories. In each episode, Jules speaks with a different NHA across the country to learn about a lesser-known story, why that history is important, and how the NHA is working to remember and share it.
Jules also sits down with Janice Selinger, Executive Director of Crossroads of the American Revolution NHA, to hear about some of the programs that the NHA has helped to develop. These include the 250th Anniversary of the American Revolution, the Revolutionary Neighbors program, and a project to bring local students to the Old Barracks Museum to learn about the history that happened in their own backyard.
You can stream, download, or read the transcripts of the latest episodes of the National Heritage Areas Podcast.
Last updated: April 25, 2019