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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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California Humanities to Showcase Real Boy, The Return, and Ovarian Psycos on Virgin America

For Immediate Release Media Contact: Jody Sahota 415.391.1474 (Oakland, CA) California Humanities is pleased to announce that three award-winning films from the California Documentary Project (CDP) are currently featured in the SkyFest independent film showcase, available exclusively on Virgin America. SkyFest is available on Virgin America airlines through May 2017. …

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California Humanities Staff & Board Go to Washington!

California Humanities staff and board recently went to Washington, D.C., for the annual Humanities on the Hill event to talk with California’s Congressional Delegation about the importance of continued funding for public humanities programs throughout the state of California.

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Arts Support Key to Vital Democracy

“Romeo is Bleeding” a documentary film by Jason Zeldes Op-ed piece by California Humanities President & CEO, Julie Fry In 2014, 24 veterans representing U.S. military services gathered at the Concord Vet Center to record their stories of war and homecoming, and share how their tattoos reflect their experiences. Launched …

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