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What Will You Be Reading Over the Summer?

We, at California Humanities love books, and we thought we’d share with you what we’re currently reading, or hope to be reading over the summer months. Renée Perry is reading the following: Mastry – catalog of Kerry James Marshall show (yes, catalogs count as reading material when they are half essays)  …

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Library Innovation Lab Projects To Launch This Summer!

How can libraries help welcome new Californians? Over the past six months, a group of ten dedicated and imaginative programming librarians from across the state have been thinking hard about this question. With support from California Humanities staff and consultants, the Library Innovation Lab participants have been actively conducting research to uncover the …

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Help Us Shape the Future of California

California Humanities is a nonprofit organization funded by foundations, corporations, government agencies, and individuals like you. Each year, California Humanities’ programs reach more than five million people throughout our state and beyond. We tell untold stories and amplify unheard voices. By strengthening the rich fabric that keeps diverse Californians connected, …

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Grace Lee’s K-TOWN ’92 Tells a Different Story of LA Riots

Grace Lee’s K-TOWN ’92, an interactive web documentary, was supported by California Humanities through the California Documentary Project Production Grant in 2017. You can watch a clip of the interactive online documentary here until April 28, 2018: http://www.pbs.org/video/k-town-92-reporters-skhfmp/ Read an excerpt from Nina F. Ichikawa‘s Interview with Grace Lee “Grace Lee’s ‘K-TOWN …

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