The Hyampom Oral History Project received a Community Stories grant to record the stories of several elders of diverse backgrounds in the Siskiyou County community of Hyampom.
When a new wave of urban gentrifiers infiltrate a historically disenfranchised LGBT San Francisco community conflicts and tensions abound. Can they find a way to live together harmoniously or will war […]
Big Sur Oral History Project will capture and preserve an oral history of a unique community in one of the most remarkable landscapes in the world; the stretch of land […]
The Worlds of Bernice Bing is a lush tribute to this little-known California master artist and activist, who helped reshape the San Francisco art world in the ’60s and ’70s.
Experience a taste of the documentary From the Quarters to Lincoln Heights, which delves into the story of how thousands of African Americans came to work in Northern California’s lumber mills nearly a hundred years ago and explores the multi-racial rural towns they called home.
Cars are always vehicles, but when do they become vehicles for organizing communities, celebrating history, and taking pride in one’s cultural heritage?
Like much of California, the cultural and physical landscape of the Inland Empire, home to such iconic places as March Air Reserve Base, Norton Air Base, and Riverside National Cemetery, […]
Moving from one country to another is always challenging, but what happens when immigrants leave behind one economic and political system for a wholly different one? From Red State to […]
Struggling to revive a fading way of life, fishermen and entrepreneurs are creating new models for how to support sustainably produced seafood. Of the Sea, an upcoming film by Mischa Hedges, […]
This Bakersfield Eyewitness News coverage of Camp to Campus, which premiered at CSU Bakersfield in February, gives a taste of the inspirational stories featured in the documentary. Funded through a Community Stories grant to […]