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L. Frank Manriquez, Artist, Writer, Activist

L. Frank Manriquez: We Are the Humanities

In honor of Native American History Month in November, learn about L. Frank Manriquez.  Manriquez is a Tongva/Ajachmem artist, writer and tribal activist. Her paintings have been featured in galleries and museums nationally and internationally. L. Frank is the co-founder of Advocates for Indigenous California Language Survival and serves on the …

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A Gateway to Public Service and Leadership: Apply to the Capital Fellows Programs by February 11, 2019

A Gateway to Public Service and Leadership Apply by February 11, 2019 to the Capital Fellows Programs – csus.edu/calst/programs Assembly Fellowship Program Executive Fellowship Program Judicial Fellowship Program California Senate Fellows The Capital Fellows Programs are nationally recognized public policy fellowships offering unique experiences in policy-making and development in each …

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Library Innovation Lab Projects Happening in November

Libraries across the state participating in the 2018 Library Innovation Lab: Exploring New Ways of Engaging Immigrant Communities through Public Humanities Programming project are busy this month with a wide variety of engaging public programs. Here’s a sampling of what’s on in November; please visit our online events calendar to find out about …

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FRESNO and SANGER–Every Family, Every Voice

Every Family, Every Voice: Exploring the Immigrant Experience with Storyteller Antonio Sacre His tales of growing up biligually in a Cuban and Irish- American household have inspired children worldwide to gather their own family stories and become storytellers themselves.   Record your own family’s story! Get a computer flash drive …

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