Inheritance Baltimore has multiple programs in areas that focus on slavery, conciliation, and justice, community archival work, education and more. These projects are the mechanisms Inheritance Baltimore uses to redistribute resources from inside the university walls to the greater community.

Working Group on Slavery, Conciliation, and Justice

  • Curatorial Fellowship in Slavery and Justice
  • Graduate Research Assistantships
  • Undergraduate Research Fellowships

Baltimore Africana Archives

  • Portable Digitization Laboratory
  • Africana Archives Symposium
  • Graduate Teaching Fellowships
  • Graduate Assistantships for Programming and Publishing
  • Undergraduate Research Awards
  • Practitioner Fellowships
    • Arts and Social Justice Fellowship
    • Curatorial Fellowship for Baltimore Africana Collections
    • Baltimore Living History Fellowships
    • Community Archives Fellowships

Racism and Repair in the Modern Academy Faculty Grants

  • Graduate Research Assistantships
  • Undergraduate Research Fellowships

Other Inheritance Baltimore Programs

  • Orita’s Cross Freedom School Curriculum Development
  • Postdoctoral Fellowships in Racism, Immigration, & Citizenship
  • JHU First-year Seminars on Anti-Racism
  • Graduate Professionalization Workshops
  • The Peabody Ballroom Experience