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LOS ANGELES -- Opening reception featuring photography exhibit by LGBTQ former foster youth in Los Angeles CountyAdd to Calendar
SAN FRANCISCO -- AGENTS OF CHANGE tells the story of what the critical mass of college-bound African Americans of the 1960s encountered, how they responded, and the continuing impact of the dramatic confrontations that followed. Co-Producers/Directors Frank Dawson and Abby Ginzberg will be present for the post-screening discussion along with cast membersand special guests!Add to Calendar
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International Documentary Association (IDA), recently talked to filmmakers Dee Hibbert-Jones and Nomi Talisman about the process of making their film LAST DAY OF FREEDOM and the many issues it addresses.
California Humanities recently spoke with Project Directors Christine (xtine) Burrough and Dan Sutko about their Community Stories-funded project, THE WOMEN OF EL TORO.
On the Road with California Humanities is a series of talks that will connect Pulitzer-Prize winning authors, artists, journalists, and other notable thinkers who are helping to guide California along the road to a vibrant future. William Deverell, Professor of History, USC, and California Humanities Board Member, talks about the need for historical perspective in our times - the theme of our first talk.