A few writers to check out for #NativeAmericanHeritageMonth and #NationalAuthorsDay.
California Humanities recently talked with Dr. Guneeta Singh Bhalla, project director of Community Stories’ project The 1947 Parition Archive: California Story Scholars Program.
Events you can experience across the state in February.
A local reflects on the evolution of her relationship to the Los Angeles neighborhood.
Celebrate APA Heritage with films, performances, walking tours, and augmented reality.
In recognition of National Hispanic Heritage Month, Dr. Tom Rivera, Project Director of Community Stories Project, South Colton Oral History Project writes about rediscovering the lost history of the Chicano “neighborhood” he grew up in Colton, California.
Patient No More is a multifaceted project that tells the story of a little-known chapter in California’s history: how a group of determined Bay Area activists took over and occupied a […]
“…humanities projects encourage us to see the world in all of its rich complexity…” – Ildi Carisle-Cummins Docks to Delta Project was launched at the end of September 2015 with […]
This California Humanities-supported project is a study of the lives and experiences of young African American men, who willingly put their lives on the line. This project sought to answer […]
During the era of Jim Crow, many African Americans relied on this “Bible of Black Travel” to navigate safe passage and find sustenance and respite while on the road. This […]