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Camp to Campus

Camp to Campus

This Bakersfield Eyewitness News coverage of Camp to Campus, which premiered at CSU Bakersfield in February, gives a taste of the inspirational stories featured in the documentary. Funded through a Community Stories grant to CSUB, Camp to Campus shares the experiences of first-generation college students who came from labor camp backgrounds in the Central Valley, faced …

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Check Out Our New Magazine – A State of Open Mind

Check Out Our New Magazine - A State of Open Mind

  Check out our brand new magazine, A State of Open Mind. The inaugural spring 2013 issue is here! What’s inside? Interviews with our California Reads participating authors and scholars: Daniel Alarcon, Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston, Rebecca Solnit, Richard Beeman, and Sally Parry Musings on the state of our democracy Reflections …

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Programs on Holocaust Education Offered Free to Teachers

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is offering programs on Holocaust education–free to teachers–at USC and USF. The Teacher Forum on Holocaust Education: Teaching about the Holocaust will explore the content, methodologies, and rationales for teaching the history of the Holocaust; increase teachers’ knowledge of the Holocaust; and examine contemporary …

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Judo, Rebels, and Wonder Women…New California Documentary Project Public Engagement Grant Awardees

We are proud to announce that three new Public Engagement projects have been awarded funding through our California Documentary Project. In December 2012, grants of $10,000 were awarded to three previously supported California Documentary Project R&D and/or Production grantees: Mrs. Judo: Be Strong, Be Gentle, Be Beautiful (CDP 2012) to support the creation of …

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