Interest in the New Deal Is Growing. With your help, so are we!


In every state, volunteers equipped with the Living New Deal’s new mobile app are sending us their New Deal discoveries. Our online New Deal map and database document 17,000 New Deal sites. We believe we’ve just scratched the surface! Our website draws more than a million visits a year.  

OurMap and Guide to the Art and Public Works of the New Deal in Washington, D.C.” is hot off the press.  It reveals the wealth of art and infrastructure the New Deal added to our nation’s capital—a reminder of what Americans built together during hard times and what a new New Deal could achieve today.

Our monthly newsletter, “The Fireside,” and a webinar series, “The Next New Deal,” feature leading writers, artists and scholars on such topics as the Green New Deal; New Deal art; social movements of the 1930s; and reigniting a Federal Writers’ Project.
 
The New Deal left a legacy that continues to inspire to this day.  With your help, we can keep the lessons and legacy of the New Deal at the forefront.  We are grateful for your generous support.
 
Donors of $100 will receive a thank you gift of the Living New Deal’s new Map and Guide to the New Deal in Washington, D.C. Receive all three New Deal maps—DCSan Francisco and New York City for a donation of $200 or more.

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New Deal Maps

Check out our latest map and guide to the work of the New Deal in Washington, D.C. It includes 500 New Deal sites in the District alone, highlighting 34 notable sites, and includes an inset map of the area around the National Mall which can be used for self-guided walking tours.

Take a look at our previous guides, equally comprehensive, covering key New Deal sites in San Francisco and New York City.