LONG BEACH WORKSHOP–Calling all teens and young adults! Join Rancho Los Alamitos’ college interns for a virtual roundtable exploring women’s history and civic engagement. We’ll discuss women’s stories from Rancho’s […]
ONLINE–Join Rancho Los Alamitos and the Willmore Baking Company for “Cooking for a Crowd,” a virtual program inspired by Lydia Shinkle (1876-1960), who worked as the ranch’s cook for 23 […]
WEBINAR–This series of webinars will feature a Speakers’ Series of six presentations exploring the contemporary and historical contexts of Frank A. Miller, founder of Riverside’s National Historic Landmark Mission Inn, […]
California Humanities Joins National Network of Humanities Councils Supporting Innovative Digital Series Celebrating Trailblazing Women
New series UNLADYLIKE2020: Unsung Women Who Changed America received a California Documentary Project grant to help amplify the stories of women who were well ahead of their times.
Start the weekend off with a stimulating look at the 100th Anniversary of Women’s Suffrage.
A conversation with labor organizer and activist Alicia Sanchez at Museum of Sonoma County.
Celebrate Women’s History Month and the 19th Amendment centennial with UNLADYLIKE2020.
Explore the changing expectations, challenges, and obstacles to inclusion that women have faced and the remarkable people who have broken through the barriers.
ONLINE—UNLADYLIKE2020: Charlotta Spears Bass—Newspaper Editor, Civil Rights Crusader and First African American Woman to Run for Vice President
Charlotta Spears Bass, first African American woman to run for Vice President. Original artwork by Amelie Chabannes.
Margaret Chung, the first Chinese American woman physician. Original artwork by Amelie Chabannes.