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UConn Scholars to Address Issue of Historic Monuments
U.S. President Trump is Fighting Harmful Ideologies that Cause Division in Our Federal Workplaces
Jenrick announces next steps to put beauty and design at heart of planning system
Proclamation on Constitution Day, Citizenship Day, And Constitution Week, 2020
Residential School System
Decisive Action and Change Needed to Reform and Rebuild a Better Lebanon
Yoon: Enslaved laborer memorial invites healing, reflection
Curtin hosts discussion on Black Lives Matter and creative activism in WA
Researchers unlock secrets of past with new international carbon dating standard
Rebuilding cultures through art, design, and community
Exploring Research Reactors and Their Use
Enslavement of African People in Canada
Richard Pierpoint
Australian-first commission explores community building through art and architecture
Race and politics scholar weighs in on Black Lives Matters movement’s resurgence
Panel explores contexts of controversial monuments
Controversies over Confederate monuments and memorials are part of an overdue racial reckoning for America
U.S. President Trump’s Remarks at 2020 Salute to America
Statement from White House Press Secretary 27 June
U.S. President Trump Is Combating Violence and Protecting America’s Monuments, Memorials, and Statues
Black Lives Matter: Yarra taking local action
U.S. President Trump’s Remarks Before Marine One Departure
New circle discovered near Stonehenge
Major upgrade that will reshape Hull gets started
Protect cultural icons that speak to our future
New understanding of contact between Stone Age cultures
Prime Minister message on Black Lives Matter
An EPFL lab designs new wooden pews for Lausanne Cathedral
New and improved drone mapping software
City recognises ANZAC Day 2020
Proclamation on National Park Week, 2020
Mapping Pāśupata Landscape published
Light up dawn this Anzac Day
Climate change and collapse of Angkor Wat
Carve your future as an apprentice stonemason
Lights turn red as show of support
Research team uncovers ancient Maya capital in a Mexican backyard
Lighting up red for World Tuberculosis Day
New Queensland Veterans’ Memorial Grants announced
5000 year old milk proteins point to importance of dairying in eastern Eurasia
A specialist in urban aesthetics wants to turn city into a living room for all
U.S. President Trump Announces Presidential Delegation to Attend World War II Battle of Bulge 75th Anniversary Commemoration Events
Burial and Cremation Bill passes Legislative Council
Canada honours national historic significance of Park House
UNESCO expresses solidarity with Japan as fire rips through World Heritage Site in Okinawa
New Fountain lights up historic Eureka site
Communities secretary launches ‘most ambitious heritage preservation campaign for 40 years’
Ipswich to be home to Office for Veterans