California Humanities stands committed to equity in the wake of recent SCOTUS rulings.
Above image: Emerging Journalist Fellowship program participants Since 2019, California Humanities Emerging Journalist Fellowship program has provided student journalists at California community colleges financial and professional support to develop new […]
A recap of our visit to the CLA conference in Sacramento and Library Innovation Lab reunion.
Explore relaunched pages for our Tools of the Trade and California on the Ballot initiatives.
California Humanities expresses its grave concern as a growing number of restrictive book bans in the state and across the nation continue to compromise freedom of expression.
An interview with Tina Brown and Dyana Winkler, the filmmakers behind new documentary UNITED SKATES.
The newest installment of our California on the Ballot series sought to explore persistent demographic gaps at the polls, as well as other imbalances in our state’s electoral processes.
From June 2-18, The UCLA Film and Television Archive and UCLA American Indian Studies Center will present Imagining Indigenous Cinema: New Voices, New Visions.
A conversation with the project director of the Humanities For All Quick Grant-supported Hi Desert Queer & Trans Oral History Project
A set of four stories produced by a team of journalist fellows at Sierra College in Rocklin, California.