Growing Kansas: The Newsletter
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Mid-America Arts Alliance is a nonprofit, regional arts organization—representing Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma, and Texas—that focuses on strengthening communities and improving lives through extraordinary cultural experiences.
Humanities Kansas has pioneered programming, grants and partnerships that share stories to spark conversations — drawing people together and generating new ideas. These stories and ideas inspire each of us in Kansas to play a part in strengthening our communities and our democracy.
The Kansas Historical Society actively preserves and shares Kansas history by collecting, preserving, and interpreting state government and history to enhance government transparency, provide economic development assistance, and educate students and families.
The Kansas State Library improves the lives of Kansas residents by providing resources that
The Kansas Tourism Division is charged with encouraging the traveling public to visit and travel within Kansas by promoting and developing the recreational, historic, and natural advantages of the state and its facilities.
The Division’s efforts include:
The Division’s marketing efforts are focused on domestic leisure travelers, travel writers, motor coach tour operators, and the international travel community.
KAAAC works to devise strategies to address public policy concerns of the African American community. The Commission serves as a conduit for programs, grants, research, and policy advice for state and local organizations while addressing needs for change that are unique to the African American Community in the state of Kansas.
KHLAAC serves as a liaison for the Kansas Hispanic & Latino Community and addresses public policy concerns primarily in the areas of education, health, and business.
The Native American Affairs Office coordinates intergovernmental communications between tribal governments, the Governor’s Office and other state agencies to ensure that Native American concerns and needs are addressed in state policy making decisions.