BERKELEY—Screening of THE PUSHOUTS
A documentary interrogating crucial questions of race, class, and power in education.
ONLINE EXHIBIT―AIDS Treatment / Activism by GLBT Historical Society
Learn about the history of the AIDS Treatment Activism in the Bay Area in this online exhibit by the GLBT Historical Society of San Francisco.
SAN DIEGO—Media Arts Center Student Showcase
In this free event, view media arts work by MACSD student interns.
A Walk Through the Rich History of the Latino Central Valley with CAMINOS
An interview with staff about the nearly exhaustively researched exhibit in Fresno.
Highlighting the Diversity of Families in California
For International Day of Families and Mother’s Day, and we’re celebrating families of all kinds.
Tying Together the Local & National History of Voting Rights
An interview with Pajaro Valley Arts, host of the exhibit Your Vote is Your Voice/ ¡Vote! Su Voto es Su Voz.
Asian & Pacific Islander Stories in the Spotlight
Celebrate APA Heritage with films, performances, walking tours, and augmented reality.
LOS ANGELES—Mountain Movers: Student Activism and the Emergence of Asian American Studies
Celebrate a book launch on the 50th Anniversary of the founding of Asian American Studies (AAS) programs.
LOS ANGELES—Centering the Masses: Little Manila
Join Visual Communications and Asian and Pacific Islander Americans in Historic Preservation to learn about the history of Filipino Americans in Los Angeles.
LOS ANGELES—Centering the Masses: From Breaking Silence in 1981 to Winning Redress in 1988
Join Visual Communications and Nikkei Progressives to learn about the Japanese American redress movement.