Youth Beat presents DISPLACED, a short doc examining the gentrification and displacement crisis in Oakland through the eyes of its youth.
An exhibit on the nonpartisan democratic process located in the Santa Cruz Election Office featuring historical documents and visual art.
The host of The Political Mind of Jerry Brown shares insights from more than 40 hours with the former governor.
Funds Will Support A Touring Program of Independent Films at Community Colleges Throughout California
See media created by Los Angeles youth, attend media making workshops, and hear On the Block’s Brett Gray and activist Edna Chavez speak at USC Annenberg’s I Too Am Media Festival.
Join a free screening followed by a conversation with Directors Abby Ginzberg and Frank Dawson.
Attend the opening reception for this visual art and history exhibit on the nonpartisan democratic process.
February 15 in San Francisco or February 29 in Los Angeles and Santa Ana.
Support California Humanities at a screening of this celebrated California film.
Screening of CHINATOWN RISING and Q&A with the directors at the historic The Vogue Theater.