Voice your support, and let Congress know that federal funding for the humanities makes a difference in Wyoming!

WHAT YOU CAN DO

1. Call or write your Congressional delegation

Sample letter to Congressional representatives

Talking points from Wyoming Humanities

Talking points about the NEH

Contact information for your Wyoming congressional delegation

2. Write a letter to the editor

Write a letter to the editor of the newspaper in your hometown or region. Letters to the editor are generally 250 words or under. We encourage you to write in your own words and from your personal perspective. Remember that your best justifications are the benefits to your own community. Tell your humanities story and how we’ve made a difference!

Casper Star-Tribune

Wyoming Tribune Eagle

Laramie Boomerang

Sheridan Press

Jackson Hole News and Guide

Rock Spring Rocket Miner

Northern Wyoming Daily

The Daily Ranger

Rawlins Times

3. Voice your support via social media

Visit our Facebook page, follow us on Twitter, and tag us your advocacy messages with your audience.

Post a message on Facebook or Twitter asking your friends, family, and co-workers to voice their support for the humanities and include the link to our advocacy page: www.thinkwy.org/advocacy

Thank you for supporting the humanities across the country and here in Wyoming, and your support for the National Endowment for the Humanities!

Recent articles and news about the NEH funding situation and the humanities in Wyoming:

WH Executive Director Shannon Smith on WYPBS “Wyoming Chronicle” – Wyoming PBS

Proposed federal cuts impact on Wyoming Arts and Humanities – Wyoming Business Report

Proposed federal cuts worry Wyoming Arts and Culture Groups – Casper Star-Tribune

Trump’s Budget Could Hurt Wyoming Arts and Humanities – Wyoming Public Media

NEH Chairman Adams’ Statement on the Proposed Elimination of the NEH in FY18 Budget – National Endowment for the Humanities

Cutting an institution that fixes division … to fix divisions – Washington Post

Killing a Program That Brings History to Life – The New York Times

Heart of the Matter

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