These are the 14 organizations closely related to the presentation of history that were among the 262 grantees announced in the six cities selected by the foundation.
From the September 15 release:
"Bloomberg Philanthropies today announced the grantees selected to participate in the foundation’s $30 million Arts Innovation and Management (AIM) program for small and midsize nonprofit cultural institutions in six U.S. cities, including Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Detroit, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. The invitation-only program, announced in April 2015, supports a diverse set of institutions including local cultural centers and performing, literary and visual art organizations that present music, film, dance, poetry and other art forms. (Click here for a full list of the 262 grantees.)"
"Through this two-year initiative, Bloomberg Philanthropies provides unrestricted grants to 262 organizations around the country to help strengthen their operational and programming efforts and offers arts management training in fundraising, audience development and board member engagement. All selected nonprofit cultural organizations are locally or internationally recognized groups that have been in existence for at least two years."
There were no categories listed, so these are my selections. If you think that one of these is in error, or if one or more are missing, please let me know and I'll revise the list.
Freedom Trail Foundation
Museum of African American History
Old South Meeting House
USS Constitution Museum
American Indian Center
DuSabIe Museum of African American History
Dallas Holocaust Museum
Frontiers of Flight Museum
Sixth Floor Museum
Arab American National Museum
Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History
Motown Historical Museum
Museum of the African Diaspora