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California Humanities’ Northern California Office Moves to Old Oakland

California Humanities has just moved its Northern California offices from downtown San Francisco to Old Oakland.  Our new office is located above Swan’s Market, a historic marketplace that houses restaurants, stores, and businesses in a newly revitalized neighborhood. Our new and energetic neighborhood aligns closely with our mission to continue to connect …

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“Patient No More” Project Director Interview

Patient No More is a multifaceted project that tells the story of a little-known chapter in California’s history: how a group of determined Bay Area activists took over and occupied a federal building in San Francisco for 26 days in 1977 to protest the lack of progress in securing civil rights …

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Listening Tour

CALIFORNIA HUMANITIES Listening Tour Invitation  CALIFORNIA HUMANITIES IS ASSESSING OUR FUTURE PRIORITIES AND, IN ORDER TO BEST SERVE OUR PARTNERS THROUGHOUT CALIFORNIA, WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU! We are going on the road to various parts of the state for a Listening Tour to hear your thoughts on how …

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California Humanities Northern California Headquarters Moves to Historic Neighborhood in Oakland, CA

August 19, 2015 Today, California Humanities announced the move of its Northern California office from its long-held base in San Francisco to the heart of Old Oakland. The new headquarters will be located above Swan’s Market, a historic marketplace that was once a major shopping destination in Oakland, and now houses restaurants, stores and businesses in a revitalized neighborhood.

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