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SAN JOSE-- Join us for a free screening of GHOST TOWN TO HAVANA, a heartbreaking, funny, and inspirational story about mentorship, life, love, kids, and baseball in Oakland and Havana today. Followed by Q&A with filmmaker Gene Corr.Add to Calendar
LOS ANGELES -- Preview BOARDING SCHOOL STORIES, an interactive high school curriculum about the history of Native American boarding schools, as told through the stories of those who attended the schools.Add to Calendar
OAKLAND -- Join us for a celebration of the arts and humanities in California, in partnership with the California Arts Council. Artist and educator Marc Bamuthi Joseph of Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, will lead a conversation with electronic music pioneer and Pulitzer Prize finalist Morton Subotnick, together with Sarah Crowell, Artistic Director at Destiny Arts Center and Jordan Simmons, Artistic Director at East Bay Center for the Performing Arts. The evening will include spoken word artist Donté Clark and youth music and dance performances.Add to Calendar
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On the Road with California Humanities, a series of talks with Pulitzer Prize winners continues on September 28 with the conversation: The Farmworker Movement in California: From Chavez Onwards. Miriam Pawel shares her reflection on the lessons of the Movement as a guide to organizers and activists today.
California Humanities is pleased to announce the launch of Humanities for All, a new two-tiered grant program that will support a broad range of locally-initiated public humanities projects.
We’re celebrating our first year in historic Swan's Market in Oakland by launching The Art of Storytelling Exhibit Series.