Celebrate and remember Cesar Chavez and the farmworker movement with projects throughout the state.
National Poetry Month and World Book Day are both in April.
A visual art and history exhibit on the nonpartisan democratic process.
An informal event with opportunities to ask questions and make comments.
Our Board Vice-Chair Alex Espinoza shares how the humanities impacted him as a young person.
Join the release party with readings, a DJ, special guests, and more!
For International Day of Families and Mother’s Day, and we’re celebrating families of all kinds.
Watch films created by immigrant students reflecting on living and going to school in the US.
Learn how the Gomez v. City of Watsonville case came about, was fought and won.
Supporting projects emerging media makers age 18 and under that shed light on current issues & solutions.