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June 2018

BROADCAST– Wonderland Radio Hour: Live From the Rio Theatre: Forestville

June 3, 2018 @ 9:00 am10:00 am
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BROADCAST-- Tune in  Sunday June 3, 2018 at 4pm to KRCB 91.1FM to hear Wonderland Radiohour: Live from the Rio Theater, the premier show of a new KRCP radio series featuring artists, artists and characters in towns along the Lower Russian River.

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March 2021

INLAND EMPIRE–One Community Many Voices Community Read Book Pickup

March 1
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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until March 31, 2021

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INLAND EMPIRE–Inlandia Institute invites you to participate in the second half of One Community, Many Voices, a community read and discussion project spanning two years and two books, and celebrating the voices of queer writers of color who live, work, or write about the Inland Southern California region. Copies of Still Water Saints will be available for pickup throughout the month of March at the following partner libraries: • Riverside Public Library System (all branches except Main) • Riverside County…

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ONLINE PERFORMANCE–Theater Across Borders: Resilient Migrant

March 1 @ 4:00 pm5:15 pm
CA United States
Free
The flyer depicts shadowed hands on a colorful wall with the title of the performance Theater Across Borders: Resilient Migrant.

ONLINE PERFORMANCE–Theater Across Borders: Resilient Migrant. TEADA PRODUCTIONS, in collaboration with the Program for Torture Victims, presents ‘Theater Across Borders: Resilient Migrant’ Lead Artist Ova Saopeng directs this dynamic ensemble community sharing. This is the culmination of a storytelling circle and theater workshop series intensive. Hear directly from the asylum-seeking community in Los Angles as they share poems and stories inspired by their journeys. The performance will be followed by a Q&A. From the Lead Artist Ova Saopeng: “The transformative…

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INLAND EMPIRE–One Community Many Voices Community Read Book Pickup

March 2
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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until March 31, 2021

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INLAND EMPIRE–Inlandia Institute invites you to participate in the second half of One Community, Many Voices, a community read and discussion project spanning two years and two books, and celebrating the voices of queer writers of color who live, work, or write about the Inland Southern California region. Copies of Still Water Saints will be available for pickup throughout the month of March at the following partner libraries: • Riverside Public Library System (all branches except Main) • Riverside County…

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INLAND EMPIRE–One Community Many Voices Community Read Book Pickup

March 3
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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until March 31, 2021

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INLAND EMPIRE–Inlandia Institute invites you to participate in the second half of One Community, Many Voices, a community read and discussion project spanning two years and two books, and celebrating the voices of queer writers of color who live, work, or write about the Inland Southern California region. Copies of Still Water Saints will be available for pickup throughout the month of March at the following partner libraries: • Riverside Public Library System (all branches except Main) • Riverside County…

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INLAND EMPIRE–One Community Many Voices Community Read Book Pickup

March 4
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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until March 31, 2021

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INLAND EMPIRE–Inlandia Institute invites you to participate in the second half of One Community, Many Voices, a community read and discussion project spanning two years and two books, and celebrating the voices of queer writers of color who live, work, or write about the Inland Southern California region. Copies of Still Water Saints will be available for pickup throughout the month of March at the following partner libraries: • Riverside Public Library System (all branches except Main) • Riverside County…

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INLAND EMPIRE–One Community Many Voices Community Read Book Pickup

March 5
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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until March 31, 2021

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INLAND EMPIRE–Inlandia Institute invites you to participate in the second half of One Community, Many Voices, a community read and discussion project spanning two years and two books, and celebrating the voices of queer writers of color who live, work, or write about the Inland Southern California region. Copies of Still Water Saints will be available for pickup throughout the month of March at the following partner libraries: • Riverside Public Library System (all branches except Main) • Riverside County…

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INLAND EMPIRE–One Community Many Voices Community Read Book Pickup

March 6
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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until March 31, 2021

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INLAND EMPIRE–Inlandia Institute invites you to participate in the second half of One Community, Many Voices, a community read and discussion project spanning two years and two books, and celebrating the voices of queer writers of color who live, work, or write about the Inland Southern California region. Copies of Still Water Saints will be available for pickup throughout the month of March at the following partner libraries: • Riverside Public Library System (all branches except Main) • Riverside County…

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INLAND EMPIRE–One Community Many Voices Community Read Book Pickup

March 7
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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until March 31, 2021

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INLAND EMPIRE–Inlandia Institute invites you to participate in the second half of One Community, Many Voices, a community read and discussion project spanning two years and two books, and celebrating the voices of queer writers of color who live, work, or write about the Inland Southern California region. Copies of Still Water Saints will be available for pickup throughout the month of March at the following partner libraries: • Riverside Public Library System (all branches except Main) • Riverside County…

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INLAND EMPIRE–One Community Many Voices Community Read Book Pickup

March 8
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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until March 31, 2021

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INLAND EMPIRE–Inlandia Institute invites you to participate in the second half of One Community, Many Voices, a community read and discussion project spanning two years and two books, and celebrating the voices of queer writers of color who live, work, or write about the Inland Southern California region. Copies of Still Water Saints will be available for pickup throughout the month of March at the following partner libraries: • Riverside Public Library System (all branches except Main) • Riverside County…

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INLAND EMPIRE–One Community Many Voices Community Read Book Pickup

March 9
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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until March 31, 2021

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INLAND EMPIRE–Inlandia Institute invites you to participate in the second half of One Community, Many Voices, a community read and discussion project spanning two years and two books, and celebrating the voices of queer writers of color who live, work, or write about the Inland Southern California region. Copies of Still Water Saints will be available for pickup throughout the month of March at the following partner libraries: • Riverside Public Library System (all branches except Main) • Riverside County…

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INLAND EMPIRE–One Community Many Voices Community Read Book Pickup

March 10
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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until March 31, 2021

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A person wearing a yellow shirt touches small puffy balls that hang from strings.

INLAND EMPIRE–Inlandia Institute invites you to participate in the second half of One Community, Many Voices, a community read and discussion project spanning two years and two books, and celebrating the voices of queer writers of color who live, work, or write about the Inland Southern California region. Copies of Still Water Saints will be available for pickup throughout the month of March at the following partner libraries: • Riverside Public Library System (all branches except Main) • Riverside County…

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INLAND EMPIRE–One Community Many Voices Community Read Book Pickup

March 11
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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until March 31, 2021

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A person wearing a yellow shirt touches small puffy balls that hang from strings.

INLAND EMPIRE–Inlandia Institute invites you to participate in the second half of One Community, Many Voices, a community read and discussion project spanning two years and two books, and celebrating the voices of queer writers of color who live, work, or write about the Inland Southern California region. Copies of Still Water Saints will be available for pickup throughout the month of March at the following partner libraries: • Riverside Public Library System (all branches except Main) • Riverside County…

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INLAND EMPIRE–One Community Many Voices Community Read Book Pickup

March 12
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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until March 31, 2021

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A person wearing a yellow shirt touches small puffy balls that hang from strings.

INLAND EMPIRE–Inlandia Institute invites you to participate in the second half of One Community, Many Voices, a community read and discussion project spanning two years and two books, and celebrating the voices of queer writers of color who live, work, or write about the Inland Southern California region. Copies of Still Water Saints will be available for pickup throughout the month of March at the following partner libraries: • Riverside Public Library System (all branches except Main) • Riverside County…

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INLAND EMPIRE–One Community Many Voices Community Read Book Pickup

March 13
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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until March 31, 2021

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A person wearing a yellow shirt touches small puffy balls that hang from strings.

INLAND EMPIRE–Inlandia Institute invites you to participate in the second half of One Community, Many Voices, a community read and discussion project spanning two years and two books, and celebrating the voices of queer writers of color who live, work, or write about the Inland Southern California region. Copies of Still Water Saints will be available for pickup throughout the month of March at the following partner libraries: • Riverside Public Library System (all branches except Main) • Riverside County…

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INLAND EMPIRE–One Community Many Voices Community Read Book Pickup

March 14
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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until March 31, 2021

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INLAND EMPIRE–Inlandia Institute invites you to participate in the second half of One Community, Many Voices, a community read and discussion project spanning two years and two books, and celebrating the voices of queer writers of color who live, work, or write about the Inland Southern California region. Copies of Still Water Saints will be available for pickup throughout the month of March at the following partner libraries: • Riverside Public Library System (all branches except Main) • Riverside County…

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INLAND EMPIRE–One Community Many Voices Community Read Book Pickup

March 15
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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until March 31, 2021

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A person wearing a yellow shirt touches small puffy balls that hang from strings.

INLAND EMPIRE–Inlandia Institute invites you to participate in the second half of One Community, Many Voices, a community read and discussion project spanning two years and two books, and celebrating the voices of queer writers of color who live, work, or write about the Inland Southern California region. Copies of Still Water Saints will be available for pickup throughout the month of March at the following partner libraries: • Riverside Public Library System (all branches except Main) • Riverside County…

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INLAND EMPIRE–One Community Many Voices Community Read Book Pickup

March 16
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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until March 31, 2021

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A person wearing a yellow shirt touches small puffy balls that hang from strings.

INLAND EMPIRE–Inlandia Institute invites you to participate in the second half of One Community, Many Voices, a community read and discussion project spanning two years and two books, and celebrating the voices of queer writers of color who live, work, or write about the Inland Southern California region. Copies of Still Water Saints will be available for pickup throughout the month of March at the following partner libraries: • Riverside Public Library System (all branches except Main) • Riverside County…

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INLAND EMPIRE–One Community Many Voices Community Read Book Pickup

March 17
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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until March 31, 2021

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A person wearing a yellow shirt touches small puffy balls that hang from strings.

INLAND EMPIRE–Inlandia Institute invites you to participate in the second half of One Community, Many Voices, a community read and discussion project spanning two years and two books, and celebrating the voices of queer writers of color who live, work, or write about the Inland Southern California region. Copies of Still Water Saints will be available for pickup throughout the month of March at the following partner libraries: • Riverside Public Library System (all branches except Main) • Riverside County…

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WEBINAR–Exhibit Opening: Mervyn M. Dymally Bridgebuilder and History Maker

March 17 @ 5:00 pm7:00 pm
CA United States
Free
A flyer for the Mervyn M. Dymally Bridgebuilder and History Maker exhibit and webinar featuring a photo of Mervyn M. Dymally.

WEBINAR–Exhibit Opening: Mervyn M. Dymally Bridgebuilder and History Maker This exhibition features public educator and Cal State LA alumni and politician Mervyn M. Dymally (1926 -2012), a Trinidadian immigrant who became the first Black Lt. Governor of California. Dymally emigrated from Trinidad as a result of the British vestiges of colonialism and imperialism in the Caribbean and abroad, which resulted in his anti-imperialist activism regarding US foreign policy and international relations. Set against the backdrop of the Cold War, state…

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INLAND EMPIRE–One Community Many Voices Community Read Book Pickup

March 18
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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until March 31, 2021

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A person wearing a yellow shirt touches small puffy balls that hang from strings.

INLAND EMPIRE–Inlandia Institute invites you to participate in the second half of One Community, Many Voices, a community read and discussion project spanning two years and two books, and celebrating the voices of queer writers of color who live, work, or write about the Inland Southern California region. Copies of Still Water Saints will be available for pickup throughout the month of March at the following partner libraries: • Riverside Public Library System (all branches except Main) • Riverside County…

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INLAND EMPIRE–One Community Many Voices Community Read Book Pickup

March 19
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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until March 31, 2021

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A person wearing a yellow shirt touches small puffy balls that hang from strings.

INLAND EMPIRE–Inlandia Institute invites you to participate in the second half of One Community, Many Voices, a community read and discussion project spanning two years and two books, and celebrating the voices of queer writers of color who live, work, or write about the Inland Southern California region. Copies of Still Water Saints will be available for pickup throughout the month of March at the following partner libraries: • Riverside Public Library System (all branches except Main) • Riverside County…

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INLAND EMPIRE–One Community Many Voices Community Read Book Pickup

March 20
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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until March 31, 2021

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A person wearing a yellow shirt touches small puffy balls that hang from strings.

INLAND EMPIRE–Inlandia Institute invites you to participate in the second half of One Community, Many Voices, a community read and discussion project spanning two years and two books, and celebrating the voices of queer writers of color who live, work, or write about the Inland Southern California region. Copies of Still Water Saints will be available for pickup throughout the month of March at the following partner libraries: • Riverside Public Library System (all branches except Main) • Riverside County…

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INLAND EMPIRE–One Community Many Voices Community Read Book Pickup

March 21
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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until March 31, 2021

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A person wearing a yellow shirt touches small puffy balls that hang from strings.

INLAND EMPIRE–Inlandia Institute invites you to participate in the second half of One Community, Many Voices, a community read and discussion project spanning two years and two books, and celebrating the voices of queer writers of color who live, work, or write about the Inland Southern California region. Copies of Still Water Saints will be available for pickup throughout the month of March at the following partner libraries: • Riverside Public Library System (all branches except Main) • Riverside County…

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INLAND EMPIRE–One Community Many Voices Community Read Book Pickup

March 22
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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until March 31, 2021

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A person wearing a yellow shirt touches small puffy balls that hang from strings.

INLAND EMPIRE–Inlandia Institute invites you to participate in the second half of One Community, Many Voices, a community read and discussion project spanning two years and two books, and celebrating the voices of queer writers of color who live, work, or write about the Inland Southern California region. Copies of Still Water Saints will be available for pickup throughout the month of March at the following partner libraries: • Riverside Public Library System (all branches except Main) • Riverside County…

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INLAND EMPIRE–One Community Many Voices Community Read Book Pickup

March 23
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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until March 31, 2021

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A person wearing a yellow shirt touches small puffy balls that hang from strings.

INLAND EMPIRE–Inlandia Institute invites you to participate in the second half of One Community, Many Voices, a community read and discussion project spanning two years and two books, and celebrating the voices of queer writers of color who live, work, or write about the Inland Southern California region. Copies of Still Water Saints will be available for pickup throughout the month of March at the following partner libraries: • Riverside Public Library System (all branches except Main) • Riverside County…

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INLAND EMPIRE–One Community Many Voices Community Read Book Pickup

March 24
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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until March 31, 2021

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A person wearing a yellow shirt touches small puffy balls that hang from strings.

INLAND EMPIRE–Inlandia Institute invites you to participate in the second half of One Community, Many Voices, a community read and discussion project spanning two years and two books, and celebrating the voices of queer writers of color who live, work, or write about the Inland Southern California region. Copies of Still Water Saints will be available for pickup throughout the month of March at the following partner libraries: • Riverside Public Library System (all branches except Main) • Riverside County…

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INLAND EMPIRE–One Community Many Voices Community Read Book Pickup

March 25
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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until March 31, 2021

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A person wearing a yellow shirt touches small puffy balls that hang from strings.

INLAND EMPIRE–Inlandia Institute invites you to participate in the second half of One Community, Many Voices, a community read and discussion project spanning two years and two books, and celebrating the voices of queer writers of color who live, work, or write about the Inland Southern California region. Copies of Still Water Saints will be available for pickup throughout the month of March at the following partner libraries: • Riverside Public Library System (all branches except Main) • Riverside County…

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INLAND EMPIRE–One Community Many Voices Community Read Book Pickup

March 26
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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until March 31, 2021

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A person wearing a yellow shirt touches small puffy balls that hang from strings.

INLAND EMPIRE–Inlandia Institute invites you to participate in the second half of One Community, Many Voices, a community read and discussion project spanning two years and two books, and celebrating the voices of queer writers of color who live, work, or write about the Inland Southern California region. Copies of Still Water Saints will be available for pickup throughout the month of March at the following partner libraries: • Riverside Public Library System (all branches except Main) • Riverside County…

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ONLINE–One Community Many Voices Author Conversation with Alex Espinoza & Still Water Saints

March 26 @ 7:00 pm8:00 pm
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Free
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  ONLINE–Inlandia Institute invites you to participate in the second half of One Community, Many Voices, a community read and discussion project spanning two years and two books, and celebrating the voices of queer writers of color who live, work, or write about the Inland Southern California region. On March 26 at 7 pm, we will be hosting a public conversation with Still Water Saints author Alex Espinoza and Ricky Rodriguez, the project’s humanities advisor. Alex Espinoza is the author…

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INLAND EMPIRE–One Community Many Voices Community Read Book Pickup

March 27
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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until March 31, 2021

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A person wearing a yellow shirt touches small puffy balls that hang from strings.

INLAND EMPIRE–Inlandia Institute invites you to participate in the second half of One Community, Many Voices, a community read and discussion project spanning two years and two books, and celebrating the voices of queer writers of color who live, work, or write about the Inland Southern California region. Copies of Still Water Saints will be available for pickup throughout the month of March at the following partner libraries: • Riverside Public Library System (all branches except Main) • Riverside County…

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INLAND EMPIRE–One Community Many Voices Community Read Book Pickup

March 28
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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until March 31, 2021

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A person wearing a yellow shirt touches small puffy balls that hang from strings.

INLAND EMPIRE–Inlandia Institute invites you to participate in the second half of One Community, Many Voices, a community read and discussion project spanning two years and two books, and celebrating the voices of queer writers of color who live, work, or write about the Inland Southern California region. Copies of Still Water Saints will be available for pickup throughout the month of March at the following partner libraries: • Riverside Public Library System (all branches except Main) • Riverside County…

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INLAND EMPIRE–One Community Many Voices Community Read Book Pickup

March 29
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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until March 31, 2021

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A person wearing a yellow shirt touches small puffy balls that hang from strings.

INLAND EMPIRE–Inlandia Institute invites you to participate in the second half of One Community, Many Voices, a community read and discussion project spanning two years and two books, and celebrating the voices of queer writers of color who live, work, or write about the Inland Southern California region. Copies of Still Water Saints will be available for pickup throughout the month of March at the following partner libraries: • Riverside Public Library System (all branches except Main) • Riverside County…

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INLAND EMPIRE–One Community Many Voices Community Read Book Pickup

March 30
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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until March 31, 2021

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A person wearing a yellow shirt touches small puffy balls that hang from strings.

INLAND EMPIRE–Inlandia Institute invites you to participate in the second half of One Community, Many Voices, a community read and discussion project spanning two years and two books, and celebrating the voices of queer writers of color who live, work, or write about the Inland Southern California region. Copies of Still Water Saints will be available for pickup throughout the month of March at the following partner libraries: • Riverside Public Library System (all branches except Main) • Riverside County…

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INLAND EMPIRE–One Community Many Voices Community Read Book Pickup

March 31
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An event every day that begins at 12:00 am, repeating until March 31, 2021

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A person wearing a yellow shirt touches small puffy balls that hang from strings.

INLAND EMPIRE–Inlandia Institute invites you to participate in the second half of One Community, Many Voices, a community read and discussion project spanning two years and two books, and celebrating the voices of queer writers of color who live, work, or write about the Inland Southern California region. Copies of Still Water Saints will be available for pickup throughout the month of March at the following partner libraries: • Riverside Public Library System (all branches except Main) • Riverside County…

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April 2021

SDAFF—Streaming TRY HARDER!

April 23May 2
CA United States
$12
A teenage student sits next to a whiteboard with math equations on it.

Watch the new documentary TRY HARDER.

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SAN FRANCISCO–Chinese in the Richmond Community Open House

April 24 @ 11:00 am3:00 pm
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SAN FRANCISCO–Join Western Neighborhoods Project from 11 am to 3 pm on Saturday, April 24th to learn about "Chinese in the Richmond", see a pop-up sidewalk exhibition of CHSA's prior project, "Chinese in the Sunset," share your family history and drop off your mementos for complimentary scanning at the first of two "Chinese in the Richmond" Community Open Houses. This is the first of two Community Open Houses to celebrate "Chinese in the Richmond," a collaborative project between Western Neighborhoods…

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ONLINE READING–The Poets of El Sol BIG READ and GRAND VIRTUAL REUNION

April 24 @ 1:00 pm4:00 pm
CA United States
Free
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ONLINE READING–The El Sol Poets PAST AND PRESENT gather for a retrospective conversation and poetry reading from MIND's EYE (2008), JOURNEY WORK OF STARS (2013), and NEW WRITING from the EL SOL STUDENT POETS. Panel Discussion: El Sol Poet-Alumni, Where are you now? NEW POETRY Reading from the upcoming new anthology. Saturday, April 24 1-4 pm RSVP here. This project is supported by a Humanities for All Project Grant.

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ONLINE–The Black Index Exhibition Opening Reception

April 30 @ 6:15 pm7:45 pm
CA United States
Free
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ONLINE OPENING–Celebrate the premiere of The Black Index at the Palo Alto Art Center with a virtual walkthrough by exhibition curator Bridget R. Cooks, a redaction poetry activity with playwright Leelee Jackson, and a concluding presentation by Palo Alto author Julie Lythcott-Haims. Friday, April 30 from 6:15-7:45 pm Register here. This project is supported by a Humanities for All Project Grant.

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May 2021

WEBINAR–Voices from Inside: COVID-19 in the California Prison System

May 6 @ 5:00 pm7:00 pm
CA United States
Free
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WEBINAR–Join Anthony Garcia, program coordinator for the LARRP LEADERS Training Academy, and faculty and staff from Cal State LA to hear the stories of formerly incarcerated women. Drawing upon the letters written in the 1970s from incarcerated people to Mervyn M. Dymally, this community event seeks to have an authentic dialogue by creating space for formerly incarcerated women to share their experiences and lead the discussion about the contemporary carceral state. In collaboration with the Los Angeles Regional Reentry Partnership,…

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ONLINE–The Uncelebrated Stories of Asian American Mothers & Daughters

May 8 @ 11:00 am1:00 pm
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ONLINE–Join the Backbone Project for a virtual Mother’s Day Weekend brunch to celebrate the resiliency, dynamism, and power of Asian American families - and the strength and vulnerabilities of mothers and daughters. Mother’s Day Weekend Virtual Community Brunch: Gather some brunch foods & drinks, and join in for sharing stories & interactive workshops! Launching the Backbone zine on Mothers & Daughters, and contributors will share written and visual art pieces from the zine at the event, and invite participants to…

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Redding–PBS Broadcast of CHASING VOICES: THE STORY OF JOHN PEABODY HARRINGTON

May 8 @ 12:00 pm1:00 pm
CA United States
Free
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Redding–CHASING VOICES is produced and directed by Daniel Golding. From 1907 until his death, John Peabody Harrington crisscrossed the U.S. chasing the voices of the last speakers of Native America's dying languages. Understanding languages was his gift, which became his obsession. From one tribal community to the next he went, working in collaboration with the last speakers documenting every finite detail of the language before it was lost forever. Writing note after note, page after page, day after day, year after…

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Joshua Tree–PBS Broadcast of CHASING VOICES: THE STORY OF JOHN PEABODY HARRINGTON

May 8 @ 12:00 pm1:00 pm
CA United States
Free
Four persons sit in the background and one person is profiled in the front of the card. The photo is in black and white.

Joshua Tree–CHASING VOICES is produced and directed by Daniel Golding. From 1907 until his death, John Peabody Harrington crisscrossed the U.S. chasing the voices of the last speakers of Native America's dying languages. Understanding languages was his gift, which became his obsession. From one tribal community to the next he went, working in collaboration with the last speakers documenting every finite detail of the language before it was lost forever. Writing note after note, page after page, day after day,…

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ONLINE–Zine Workshop

May 12 @ 4:30 pm5:30 pm
CA United States
Free
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ONLINE PRESENTATION–Join the Koreatown Storytelling Program and the Los Angeles Public Library for a Tribute Zine Making Workshop. KSP has been collecting oral histories from community elders who have worked or currently work in the Garment District. Ziba Perez, Los Angeles Public Library, Baldwin Hills Branch Librarian, will be teaching this workshop, using her own grandmother—who worked in the apparel and manufacturing industry, as an example. Learn about zines and our oral history program! Register at http://bit.ly/tributezine For ADA accommodations,…

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WEBINAR–Meet the Muralists

May 15 @ 1:00 pm2:30 pm
CA United States
Free
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WEBINAR–Join El Sol Conexion for a fun and friendly conversation with local Santa Ana artists Adriana Sánchez Alexander and Isidro Pérez García aka Chilo Te, founders of The Workshop for Community Arts (WCA). Adriana and Chilo have completed several collaborative mural projects at El Sol in recent years and are currently working on an exciting new project. You may have seen them recently working on the school walls. We will get to know these visionary artists and discover how all of…

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ONLINE–Virtual Teen Workshop: The Black Index

May 16 @ 2:00 pm3:30 pm
CA United States
Free
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ONLINE–Explore The Black Index exhibition through this workshop designed especially for teens aged 14 and up. Meet the exhibition curator, Bridget R. Cooks, and hear about her vision for the show. Artist Kenyatta A.C. Hinkle will introduce her work in a slide presentation, showcasing her performative drawing process. Then, join playwright Leelee Jackson as she leads a looking and writing activity, performing some of the resulting works with actors invited especially for the workshop.  Sunday, May 16 from 2-3:30 pm…

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ONLINE PRESENTATION–An Interactive Storytelling & Puppetry Series: Good Advice from the American Southwest

May 22 @ 2:00 pm3:00 pm
CA United States
Free
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ONLINE PRESENTATION–Good Advice is the final story in a series of interactive storytelling and puppetry workshops jointly presented by the Mission Inn Foundation and Inlandia Institute in conjunction with the Foundation’s multi-faceted project, "Toward Peace" exploring the peace activism of Mission Inn founder Frank A. Miller and its legacies for today. Each program will feature a story told by Master Storyteller Karen Rae Kraut and an interactive puppetry workshop presented by Nicole Cloeren. In "Good Advice," a bi-lingual tale from…

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June 2021

ONLINE EVENT—City/Cité: Translating Arts and Urban Development

June 2 @ 10:00 am11:00 am
CA United States
Free
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A discussion about Translating Arts and Urban Development.

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ONLINE PANEL–Artists Lava Thomas, Kenyatta A.C. Hinkle and Bridget Cooks in Conversation

June 4 @ 5:00 pm6:00 pm
CA United States
Free
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ONLINE PANEL–The Black Index Exhibition presents a special conversation with the two Bay Area artists. Curator Bridget R. Cooks will lead a conversation between artists Kenyatta A.C. Hinkle and Lava Thomas about their work, The Black Index exhibition, and the role of artistic representation in acknowledging, honoring, and celebrating Black women.  Friday, June 4 from 5-6 pm Register here. This project is supported by a Humanities for All Project Grant.

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ONLINE PRESENTATION–Virtual Encounters with World Music and Dance: The Traditional Music & Dance of Maguindanao, Philippines

June 6 @ 2:00 pm3:00 pm
CA United States
Free
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ONLINE PRESENTATION–This live-hosted music and dance presentation, featuring musicians and dancers from the Samahan Filipino American Performing Arts & Education Center and ethnomusicologist Dr. Bernard Ellorin, will explore the rich cultural context of the performing arts of Maguindanao, Philippines. Kim Kalanduyan-Villanueva, granddaughter of the great kulintang master and NEA National Heritage Fellow Danongan “Danny” Kalanduyan, and Nicholas Delmundo-Benton, field researcher of cultural dances from the Muslim societies of the Southern Philippines and Eastern Sabah, Malaysia will explore the significance, purpose,…

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ONLINE EVENT–Facing Racism within Our Muslim & Jewish Communities

June 16 @ 7:00 pm9:00 pm
CA United States
Free
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Join a public dialogue about the function of anti-Black racism in faith communities, and how storytelling can be utilized as a tool to build more inclusive faith communities.

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ONLINE STREAMING–FANNY: The Right to Rock

June 17June 27
CA United States
$10
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  ONLINE STREAMING–With their long, wild hair now streaked with gray, if not outright white, the women of Fanny still know how to rock. The band—comprised at various times of musically self-taught sisters June and Jean Millington, Brie Howard Darling, Nickey Barclay, Alice de Buhr, and Patti Quatro—kicked down the door for the likes of The Runaways and The Go-Go’s by being the first all-woman rock band to release an album with a major record company in the ’70s. Despite…

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ONLINE DISCUSSION–California Adelante: A Conversation with Jesus Plascencia

June 25 @ 9:00 am10:00 am
CA United States
Free
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ONLINE DISCUSSION–Join Armando Castellano, Music Director of Quinteto Latino wind quintet and Founder/Director of the Latino Music Education Network, for a discussion of diversity and equity in music with Jesus Plascencia, Latino composer and musician.  California Adelante is a three-part discussion series with diverse California native Latino composers, hosted by Armando Castellano, Music Director of Quinteto Latino wind quintet and Founder/Director of the Latino Music Education Network. Our second virtual discussion features composer Jesus Plascencia, from San Jose. Plascencia is…

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ONLINE–Frameline Talk: Women in Rock

June 25 @ 5:30 pm7:30 pm
CA United States
Free
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  ONLINE–A talk with talent and producers from Frameline45 documentaries FANNY: The Right to Rock and Invisible focusing on the unbelievable talent of women in the music industry and the struggle for recognition. Deemed “one of the most important female bands in American rock” by David Bowie in Rolling Stone, Fanny kicked down the door for women musicians by being the first all-woman rock band to release an album with a major record company. Invisible highlights the work of gay…

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ONLINE–Cooking for a Crowd: A Virtual Family-Friendly Workshop

June 26 @ 10:00 am11:00 am
CA United States
Free
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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 years. Learn about Shinkle’s life and labor on a curated virtual tour, then participate in a cookie bake-along from the comfort of your home. This program is part of Rancho Los Alamitos’ 2021 series, “Women’s Stories from the Gathering Place.” Inspired by the 2020 centennial of women’s suffrage, programs in…

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ONLINE WORKSHOP–Storytelling for Social Change Workshop Series: Decolonizing the Mind

June 26 @ 2:00 pm4:00 pm
CA United States
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ONLINE WORKSHOP–Tune in on Facebook and YouTube live for the first workshop in the series, Storytelling for Social Change: Reclaiming our Stories, designed to preserve South L.A. stories, promote wellness, and inspire social change by exploring human experiences. Decolonizing the Mind: Understanding consciousness, symbols and the power of our stories to heal and regain our humanity is the first workshop facilitated by Fidel Rodriguez in the Storytelling for Social Change series. Fidel Rodriguez has produced award-winning radio programs on Clear…

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ONLINE BOOK LAUNCH–Essential Truths: the Bay Area in Color

June 30 @ 7:00 pm9:00 pm
CA United States
Free
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ONLINE–Essential Truths: The Bay Area in Color, Write Now! SF Bay’s 4th anthology of San Francisco Bay Area BIPOC writers and artists, will launch June 30 with a virtual reading hosted by the San Francisco Public Library. This 324-page anthology with full-color artwork includes poetry, prose, and visual art from 130 contributors-Black, Brown, Indigenous, People of Color, LGBTQ, and a few White allies. Editor Shizue Seigel declares, “Old ways are dissolving, and change is in the air; BIPOC arts and…

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July 2021

ONLINE LITERACY PROJECT–Essential Truths Creative Showcase: the Bay Area in Color

July 22 @ 7:00 pm9:00 pm
CA United States
Free
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ONLINE–Essential Truths: The Bay Area in Color, Write Now! SF Bay’s 4th anthology of San Francisco Bay Area BIPOC writers and artists, will highlight multicultural solidarity with a creative showcase hosted by the Oakland Asian Cultural Center. This 324-page anthology with full-color artwork includes poetry, prose and visual art from 130 contributors—Black, Brown, Indigenous, People of Color, LGBTQ and a few White allies -- ranging from poets- laureates and PhDs to high-school students and closet writers; from fire commissioners to…

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WORKSHOP–Exploring storytelling and connections to community

July 24 @ 2:00 pm3:30 pm
CA United States
Free
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ONLINE WORKSHOP–Tune in on Facebook and YouTube live for Connections: Exploring connections within community, the second workshop in the series, Storytelling for Social Change: Reclaiming our Stories, designed to preserve South L.A. stories, promote wellness, and inspire social change by exploring human experiences. Saturday, July 24, 2021, 2:00 pm Facebook and YouTube Live @esperanzachc Facilitator Karla Legaspy is an L.A. based two-spirit MeXicana Content Creator, Filmmaker, Actor and Film Programmer. She is the Writer, Director and Producer of Gold Star…

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ONLINE LECTURE–Humanities in Los Angeles Speaker Series Event: Linda Margarita Greenberg, People of Papers and Maps

July 27 @ 5:30 pm6:30 pm
CA United States
Free
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ONLINE LECTURE–Humanities in the City and Edendale Branch Library host Linda Margarita Greenberg for a lecture and conversation titled People of Papers and Maps: Stories and Poems about Living Undocumented in Los Angeles. A public lecture and conversation with Linda Margarita Greenberg titled People of Papers and Maps: Stories and Poems about Living Undocumented in Los Angeles. Sometimes the stories of undocumented people go unnoticed, invisible, and unspoken. Sometimes these stories are told through state documents, economic reports, and news…

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ONLINE DISCUSSION–California Adelante: A Conversation with Chris Pratorius

July 30 @ 9:00 am10:00 am
CA United States
Free
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ONLINE DISCUSSION–Join Armando Castellano, Music Director of Quinteto Latino wind quintet and Founder/Director of the Latino Music Education Network, for a discussion of diversity and equity in music with Chris Pratorius Gómez, Latino composer and musician. California Adelante is a three-part discussion series with diverse California native Latino composers, hosted by Armando Castellano, Music Director of Quinteto Latino wind quintet and Founder/Director of the Latino Music Education Network. Our final virtual discussion features composer Chris Pratorius Gómez, a Latino composer…

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August 2021

ONLINE PERFORMANCE & DISCUSSION–BLUES IN THE CITY

August 1 @ 5:00 pm6:30 pm
CA United States
Free
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  ONLINE–How have the concurrent crises of homelessness, systemic racism, and the global pandemic affected the most vulnerable residents of San Francisco? And how does art address and respond to these complex issues? Join Composer/educator Marcus Shelby and Eva Paterson, Co-Founder of the Equal Justice Society, for a riveting conversation and Q&A. Marcus will also share musical samples of works-in-progress from his forthcoming suite Blues in the City, commissioned by Yerba Buena Gardens Festival.   BLUES IN THE CITY with…

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ONLINE LECTURE–Long Life, Other Life: Giant Rock, the Integratron, and Van Tassel’s New Channels

August 24 @ 1:00 pm2:00 pm
CA United States
Free
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ONLINE LECTURE–To honor the 68th anniversary of George VanTassel’s meeting with the space person (alien) Solganda at Giant Rock the Museum offers a free lecture explaining how this encounter led to the building of a Rejuvenation Chamber, decades of UFO conventions, and an entry in the National Register of Historic Places. Just outside of Giant Rock, on the night of August 24, 1953, former aerospace man George Van Tassel stated that Solgonda, a space person, visited him, took him upon…

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September 2021

ONLINE READING–Home in the Bay: A Reading Series

September 15 @ 5:00 pm7:00 pm
CA United States + Google Map
Free
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  ONLINE READING–Aunt Lute Books is pleased to present Home in the Bay, a reading series centering the voices of those impacted by houselessness, gentrification, migration, and colonization. We are partnering with Sogorea Te' Land Trust, POOR Magazine, Poets Reading the News, and the Anti-Eviction Mapping Project, organizations doing radical work around our relationships to place and location as well as to each other. Join us for the first event in the series, a virtual reading on September 15th at…

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SAN LEANDRO–Chef Talk with Anthony Salguero

September 15 @ 6:00 pm7:00 pm
CA United States
Free

San Leandro–This September 2021, the San Leandro Public Library is kicking off (be)Longing:Woven into the Fabric of Our Community. This series of intergenerational community events will promote the learning about and embracing of the diverse cultures that make up San Leandro. To kick off the series, enjoy an all-ages free talk with Popoca’s Chef Anthony Salguero on Wednesday, September 15 at 6 pm at San Leandro Main Library (300 Estudillo Ave. San Leandro, CA 94577 / 1-510-577-3971). Salguero will offer a casual talk about…

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WEBINAR–Toward Peace Film and Discussion Series: The Fellowship for Reconciliation

September 25 @ 1:00 pm3:00 pm
CA United States
Free

WEBINAR–The Fellowship for Reconciliation – A Centennial Film. Discussion led by Nicolette Rohr, Associate Faculty, Riverside Community College; Lecturer in History, University of California, Riverside. This film and discussion program explores the history of peace activism as part of the Mission Inn Foundation’s multi-activity project, Toward Peace. The September 25 screening features a short documentary on the centennial of the Fellowship of Reconciliation- USA. The October 2 screening of Investigation of a Flame takes an intense look at a moment…

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October 2021

WEBINAR–Toward Peace Film and Discussion Series: Investigation of a Flame

October 2 @ 1:00 pm3:00 pm
CA United States
Free

WEBINAR–Investigation of a Flame: A Documentary Portrait of the Catonsville Nine (A film by Lynne Sachs). Discussion led by Michael Rounds, Professor of History, San Bernardino Valley College; Instructor in History, Chaffey College. This film and discussion program explores the history of peace activism as part of the Mission Inn Foundation’s multi-activity project, Toward Peace. The September 25 screening features a short documentary on the centennial of the Fellowship of Reconciliation- USA. The October 2 screening of Investigation of a…

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FORT BRAGG FILM SCREENING–Reclaiming Archives: The Films of Jennifer Dysart

October 15 @ 6:30 pm8:30 pm
CA United States + Google Map
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FORT BRAGG FILM SCREENING–The Larry Spring Museum in partnership with indigenous filmmaker Jennifer Dysart, will screen two short films made using audio-visual materials found in archives. As resting places for historical materials, archives are usually sites where colonial power is held in place. With an approach to filmmaking that prioritizes stories of the originating Indigenous communities, Dysart uses found footage and personal storytelling to inspire change in how countries and communities imagine and relate to archives and to history. The…

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November 2021

LOS ANGELES–KCET Broadcast of CHASING VOICES: THE STORY OF JOHN PEABODY HARRINGTON

November 7 @ 4:00 pm6:00 pm
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One event on November 17, 2021 at 12:00 pm

CA United States
Free
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LOS ANGELES KCET BROADCAST–CHASING VOICES is produced and directed by Daniel Golding. From 1907 until his death, John Peabody Harrington crisscrossed the U.S. chasing the voices of the last speakers of Native America's dying languages. Understanding languages was his gift, which became his obsession. From one tribal community to the next he went, working in collaboration with the last speakers documenting every finite detail of the language before it was lost forever. Writing note after note, page after page, day…

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ONLINE–Centering Senior Care and Aging During COVID-19

November 14 @ 1:00 pm2:30 pm
CA United States + Google Map
Free
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ONLINE–Join an online panel talk (in-person with simultaneous live stream broadcast) focusing on elders’ experiences and challenges during this global pandemic amidst the rise of anti-Asian hate in ethnic neighborhoods across the U.S. In the second year of the COVID-19 pandemic, we faced a racial justice reckoning as anti-Asian hate violence escalated across the nation. We witnessed elders in Oakland Chinatown and in other neighborhoods become vulnerable targets of racially motivated violence. While violence against elders and racism against Asians…

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FRESNO–KVPT-Visalia Broadcast of CHASING VOICES: THE STORY OF JOHN PEABODY HARRINGTON

November 14 @ 4:00 pm6:00 pm
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One event on November 18, 2021 at 4:00 pm

CA United States
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FRESNO–KVPT-Visalia Broadcast–CHASING VOICES is produced and directed by Daniel Golding. From 1907 until his death, John Peabody Harrington crisscrossed the U.S. chasing the voices of the last speakers of Native America's dying languages. Understanding languages was his gift, which became his obsession. From one tribal community to the next he went, working in collaboration with the last speakers documenting every finite detail of the language before it was lost forever. Writing note after note, page after page, day after day,…

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LOS ANGELES AREA–PBS Broadcast of CHASING VOICES: THE STORY OF JOHN PEABODY HARRINGTON

November 17 @ 4:00 am6:00 am
CA United States
Free
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LOS ANGELES AREA –CHASING VOICES is produced and directed by Daniel Golding. From 1907 until his death, John Peabody Harrington crisscrossed the U.S. chasing the voices of the last speakers of Native America's dying languages. Understanding languages was his gift, which became his obsession. From one tribal community to the next he went, working in collaboration with the last speakers documenting every finite detail of the language before it was lost forever. Writing note after note, page after page, day…

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LOS ANGELES–KCET Broadcast of CHASING VOICES: THE STORY OF JOHN PEABODY HARRINGTON

November 17 @ 12:00 pm2:00 pm
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One event on November 17, 2021 at 12:00 pm

CA United States
Free
Four persons sit in the background and one person is profiled in the front of the card. The photo is in black and white.

LOS ANGELES KCET BROADCAST–CHASING VOICES is produced and directed by Daniel Golding. From 1907 until his death, John Peabody Harrington crisscrossed the U.S. chasing the voices of the last speakers of Native America's dying languages. Understanding languages was his gift, which became his obsession. From one tribal community to the next he went, working in collaboration with the last speakers documenting every finite detail of the language before it was lost forever. Writing note after note, page after page, day…

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SAN DIEGO–KPBS Broadcast of CHASING VOICES: THE STORY OF JOHN PEABODY HARRINGTON

November 18 @ 2:00 am4:00 am
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One event on November 18, 2021 at 8:00 am

CA United States
Free
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SAN DIEGO KPBS–CHASING VOICES is produced and directed by Daniel Golding. From 1907 until his death, John Peabody Harrington crisscrossed the U.S. chasing the voices of the last speakers of Native America's dying languages. Understanding languages was his gift, which became his obsession. From one tribal community to the next he went, working in collaboration with the last speakers documenting every finite detail of the language before it was lost forever. Writing note after note, page after page, day after…

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FRESNO–KVPT-Visalia Broadcast of CHASING VOICES: THE STORY OF JOHN PEABODY HARRINGTON

November 18 @ 4:00 pm6:00 pm
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One event on November 18, 2021 at 4:00 pm

CA United States
Free
Four persons sit in the background and one person is profiled in the front of the card. The photo is in black and white.

FRESNO–KVPT-Visalia Broadcast–CHASING VOICES is produced and directed by Daniel Golding. From 1907 until his death, John Peabody Harrington crisscrossed the U.S. chasing the voices of the last speakers of Native America's dying languages. Understanding languages was his gift, which became his obsession. From one tribal community to the next he went, working in collaboration with the last speakers documenting every finite detail of the language before it was lost forever. Writing note after note, page after page, day after day,…

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December 2021

LOS ANGELES–Stories on Skin: Chicano Tattoo Traditions

December 4 @ 11:30 am1:00 pm
CA United States
Free
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Dr. Xuan Santos discusses the history, aesthetics, and cultural significance of one of the world’s most distinctive, in demand tattoo styles: black and gray realism, which is rooted in East Los Angeles' vibrant Chicano culture.

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