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Julie Su, California Labor Commissioner, Joins Our Board of Directors

Nationally recognized expert on workers’ rights and civil rights, Julie has dedicated her distinguished legal career to advancing justice on behalf of disenfranchised communities, and we’re so proud to have her join our board of directors. Julie also participated in our We Are the Humanities initiative, which we launched in 2015 to …

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Nov 12– Theatrical Performance: Stories of the 1/2%

LOS ANGELES– The day after Veterans Day, join us in truly honoring those among us in California who have served by listening as they share their experiences in the ancient tradition of the Greek storytellers during a unique performance, discussion, and refreshments reception at the Mark Taper Auditorium of the …

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Nov 17-26– A Place to Call Home Art Show in Grass Valley

GRASS VALLEY–Six artists working in various media (photography, encaustic painting, sculpture, painting, and mixed-media assemblage) exhibit their work in the Granucci Gallery and Main Gallery at The Center for the Arts in Grass Valley, CA. Each artist’s work interprets and communicates stories of homelessness and inclusion/common humanity with homeless people, …

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The 2017 California Documentary Project Application is Now Live!

Calling all podcast producers, documentary filmmakers and interactive mediamakers, the 2017 California Documentary Project Application is now live! If you’re working on a documentary media project about a California subject or issue and will use the humanities to provide context, depth and perspective, then the California Documentary Project (CDP) grant …

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