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Info Sessions for California Documentary Project Grantseekers

Interested in applying for a California Documentary Project grant? New guidelines and free informational workshops for grantseekers are now available for the California Documentary Project (CDP), a competitive grants program of Cal Humanities that supports documentary film, radio, and new media productions that enhance our understanding of California and its …

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Is Diversity Bad for Democracy? California Humanities/ Zocalo Event

Join us for a Zócalo/California Humanities Searching for Democracy event, happening TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2012, at 7:00 pm. Americans often boast that we live in the world’s most diverse and democratic nation. We often talk about how these two characteristics are connected—how our diversity keeps the country open to new ideas and voices, thereby expanding …

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Online Conversation with Author Daniel Alarcón

As part of our Searching for Democracy initiative, join us on Friday, August 17, for an online discussion with Daniel Alarcón, author of Lost City Radio, one of our California Reads selected books. The discussion will be ongoing throughout the day HERE on our Goodreads page. If you have a question for Daniel, please stop …

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No Taxation Without Representation (Free Teaching Democracy Webinar)

Join us and CHSSP for “No Taxation Without Representation?” on Wednesday, August 15. This free Teaching Democracy webinar, presented in partnership with CHSSP as part of our Searching for Democracy initiative, is open to the first 100 participants. No Taxation Without Representation? August 15, 2012 4 – 6 pm PRESENTERS: Alan Taylor, Professor …

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