Douglas Smith, The Huntington Library, “One Person, One Vote: Reapportionment and the political transformation of Southern California”

Major Research Grants

Grantee Org
Year
Project Description
Primary Contact
Amount
2000

The Faith Factor in Welfare to Work Programs

Stephen V. Monsma
$94096
2000

The Adoption of Abused and Neglected Children: Is it in their Best interests?

Michal Perlman
$125000
2000

Enduring the Conquest: Mexican Women and the American Conquest in Los Angeles, 1820-1880’s

Miroslava Chavez
$2000
2000

A New Look at the ‘New Majority’ in California Community College: Keeping the Promise Alive for Students of Color and Immigrants

Laura Woodlief
$160095
1999

Preserving the Record of Direct Democracy in Southern California

Daniel Press
$157186
1999

The Lynching of Hispanic Americans, 1848-1928

Clive Webb
$1800
1999

Toward Urban Participatory Democracy: A Study of Best Practices for Neighborhood Organization in Los Angeles

Juliet Musso & Terry Cooper
$226656
1999

Pio Pico and the Transition of Hispanic California

Carlos Salomon
$1800
1999

Contested Bodies and Cultures: Mexican-Americans and the Los Angeles County Health Department, 1915-1945

Natalia Molina
$5400

Upcoming Proposal Due Dates

Major Research Grants

September 2021: The Haynes Foundation is not accepting proposals for Major Research Grants until further notice.

For more information, see How to Apply.