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New-York Historical Society

Visitors can experience 400 years of history through groundbreaking exhibitions, immersive films, and thought-provoking conversations among renowned historians and public figures at the New-York Historical Society, New York’s first museum. A great destination for history since 1804, the Museum and the Patricia D. Klingenstein Library convey the stories of the city and nation’s diverse populations, expanding our understanding of who we are as Americans and how we came to be. Ever-rising to the challenge of bringing little or unknown histories to light, New-York Historical will soon inaugurate a new wing housing its Tang Academy for American Democracy as well as the American LGBTQ+ Museum. These latest efforts to help forge the future by documenting the past join New-York Historical’s DiMenna Children’s History Museum and Center for Women’s History. Digital exhibitions, apps, and our For the Ages podcast make it possible for visitors everywhere to dive more deeply into history.

American Battle Monuments Commission

In performance of its mission, the American Battle Monuments Commission (ABMC) administers, operates, and maintains 26 permanent American military cemeteries and 32 federal memorials, monuments, and markers. Four memorials are located in the United States. The remaining memorials and all of the ABMC cemeteries are located in 17 foreign countries, the U.S. Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands, and the British dependency of Gibraltar. More than 207,000 US war dead from World War I and World War II are commemorated at ABMC sites; this includes more than 93,000 interments and nearly 79,000 memorializations for World War II.

American Battle Monuments Foundation

As the preferred non-profit partner of ABMC, the American Battle Monuments Foundation works to engage and educate—especially young people, about the more than 207,000 Americans who fought, died, and are buried or memorialized at ABMC hallowed sites. They did so to defend the values of personal liberty and democratic governance, so that future generations may live as free people. Their sacrifice is not only a legacy of the past, but also an enduring reminder of the price of freedom and the commitment of the United States and her allies to ensure lasting stability and peace.

Carnegie Hall

Carnegie Hall's mission is to present extraordinary music and musicians on the three stages of this legendary hall, to bring the transformative power of music to the widest possible audience, to provide visionary education programs, and to foster the future of music through the cultivation of new works, artists, and audiences.

Katie Couric Media

Katie Couric Media creates content that sparks curiosity, elevates conversation, inspires action, and moves the world forward. Founded in 2017 by award-winning journalist Katie Couric and her husband, John Molner, they identified a white space in the media landscape and cultivated an engaged and diverse audience through authentic storytelling. KCM collaborates with some of the world’s biggest brands to create elevated, purpose-driven content. Its core mission is to help businesses develop and deliver powerful narratives around the most critical and urgent issues of our time. From diversity and inclusion to the environment and sustainability to misinformation and the media, KCM is able to unpack complicated stories and tell them in a way that enlightens and inspires. These narratives are showcased across KCM’s wide-ranging platforms, including a daily newsletter, a suite of podcasts in partnership with iHeartMedia, short and long-form video series, and social media.