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San Francisco Forum on June 5 to Focus on LGBTQ Veterans

As part of Cal Humanities’ statewide initiative War Comes Home, the San Francisco Public Library, Main Branch will present a Public Conversation event, How Far We’ve Come: LGBTQ Veterans & the Military on Thursday, June 5, 6:00PM-7:30PM in the Koret Auditorium. The panel discussion,  facilitated by Dr. Elizabeth Hillman, Professor of Law,Provost and Academic Dean of …

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San Diego Forum on June 11 to Focus on Diversity in the Military

As part of California Humanities’ statewide initiative War Comes Home, the San Diego Public Library will present a Public Conversation event, Changing Faces: Diversity and the Veteran Experience, a forum on how race, culture, and ethnicity affect the veteran experience and challenge stereotypes and images of veterans, on Wednesday, June 11, 6:30pm-8:00pm. Moderated by Jorge …

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War Comes Home: Public Conversations

Join us for our upcoming public conversations around War Comes Home, a California Humanities initiative that seeks to create opportunities for communities across California to grapple with critical questions in the aftermath of over a dozen years of war. War Comes Home will include hundreds of activities throughout California. Including the following: How …

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Celebrate Asian American Heritage Month

Join us for a special public television broadcast of Mrs. Judo: Be Strong, Be Gentle, Be Beautiful in honor of Asian American Heritage Month. Mrs. Judo documents the life-long journey of Keiko Fukuda’s decision to defy thousands of years of tradition, choose her own path, and become the highest-ranking woman in judo history—a 10th …

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May is California Museums Month!

For over ten years, the California Association of Museums, (CAM),  has celebrated May as California Museums Month. This year, with the introduction of ACR 115 declaring May 2014 as California Museum Month, CAM is especially thrilled to celebrate the essential role museums play in the lives of Californians. If you have not …

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