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Grantee Feature– Getting Here: LA Stories of Immigration

Getting Here: LA Stories of Immigration stimulated hundreds of young people to hand-write letters and share their story of childhood migration. We are proud to share their work as a grantee of our new grant program Humanities for All. This project was awarded a Humanities for All Quick Grant from California …

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Short Film Screenings and Community Dialogue: Tales from the Middle East

GRANTEE EVENT– Come have a cup of tea, watch film clips, and learn about personal storytelling. Documentary filmmakers share how personal stories can create a deeper understanding of individuals, families, and communities from the Middle East. Followed by a community dialogue and a demonstration of an interactive storytelling tool. Saturday, February 17, …

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Humanities for All Quick and Project Grant Awards

Congratulations to 25 new public humanities grantees who received funding through the Humanities For All grant program in December 2017. These projects ask the big questions on topics important to us as Californians and as global citizens– around food systems, economic inequality, intergenerational understanding and more. Check out the full …

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In Plain Sight: Mexicano | Chicano Stories in San Diego

LA JOLLA–This exhibition explores the intertwined history of Mexicans, Mexican-Americans, and Chicanos as contributors to San Diego’s rich cultural, political, and military history in the 20th century; narratives that have previously been unexamined or overlooked. Exhibit Dates: February 10, 2018 – May 20, 2018 Hours: Wed- Sundays 12pm – 4pm  …

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In/Dignity: Exhibit at Cal State San Bernardino Anthropology Museum

SAN BERNARDINO– Visit the opening of the Cal State University San Bernardino (CSUSB) Anthropology’s exhibition, In|Dignity, which is a partnership between the Anthropology Museum at CSUSB and the Inland Empire community. On view until Dec 11, 2018, In|Dignity combines documentary portraits by CSUSB Professor Thomas McGovern and autobiographical reflections by over …

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