A new collection of books documents neighborhood history through many voices.
An interdisciplinary, site-specific performance that focuses on the dreams and aspirations of local residents in a changing neighborhood.
A treasure trove of archived newsletters from California Humanities’ 45 year history.
BERKELEY―Join the 1947 Partiton Archive on August 3rd for an engaging and gripping journey back into an untold history, through the words of witnesses. Three individuals from the Bay Area […]
BERKELEY―Join a dynamic and fun workshop, taught by a seasoned oral historian and a genealogist. Learn how to probe for and learn the generational truths of your family through the […]
A nine-week series of free pop-up events and programs in the heart of Los Angeles’ Little Tokyo.
Listen to Asian Pacific Islander people living with AIDS share their stories of survival.
An exhibit celebrating Visual Communications’ use of media arts to engage with Angelenos living in and around Little Tokyo.
Celebrate a book launch on the 50th Anniversary of the founding of Asian American Studies (AAS) programs.
Join Visual Communications and Asian and Pacific Islander Americans in Historic Preservation to learn about the history of Filipino Americans in Los Angeles.