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KQED’s Rachel Myrow Opens Our Journalism & Democracy Discussion

Journalism and Democracy in California San Jose State University Student Union Héctor Tobar, Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and author Rob Kuznia, Pulitzer Prize winner journalist and writer Frances Dinkelspiel, author and journalists, co-founder of the local news site, Berkeleyside, Rachael Myrow, KQED South Bay Arts & Culture Reporter Rachael Myrow’s …

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Reflections of a Drought, Project Director Interview

Fresno County Public Library (FCPL), in partnership with Steve Thao, produced Reflections of a Drought, a 20 minute documentary that collects interviews from Fresno County residents and their experience with the current drought, which began in 2010. We spoke with Project Director, Jonathan Waltmire about the project. Tell us a little about …

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The Women of El Toro, Project Director Interview

The Women of El Toro is a collaboration between Cal State Fullerton (CSUF), the Center for Oral Public History at CSUF, and the Orange County Great Park. This project will raise awareness of women’s roles in the military and enrich visitor’s appreciation of the history and landscape of the park, site of …

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What Good is History?

On the Road with California Humanities: The Pulitzer Prize Centennial Campfires Initiative

As part of a national celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Pulitzer Prize, California Humanities will convene a series of discussion forums throughout the state as part of the Pulitzer Prize Centennial Campfires Initiative. Aimed at deepening the public’s engagement with contemporary issues through a humanities lens, On the …

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