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RIVERSIDE -- Join Inlandia Institute on May 30 for the fifth No Easy Way Community Conversation on the topic of “Results of Integration Locally and Nationally”. Moderated by NAACP President Waudier Rucker-Hughes with panelists Esther Andrews, Denise Matthews, and Regina Patton Snell.Add to Calendar
RIVERSIDE -- Join Inlandia Institute on June 18 for the sixth No Easy Way Community Conversation on the topic of “Effect of School Integration on Housing and Neighborhoods” moderated by Dr. Georgia Warnke, panelists include former Riverside mayor Dr. Ronald Loveridge, former Councilmember Chuck Beaty, Craig Goodwin, and Jesse Wall.Add to Calendar
SAN FRANCISCO -- This multimedia exhibition illuminates the brilliance, beauty, and humanity of African American young men and boys. Positioning them as the storytellers and praise-singers of their communities, Griots of Oakland is an invaluable resource in the growing discourse about the cultural climate in which African American males are received and perceived.
Open February 6 - June 30, 2015. Visit today!Add to Calendar
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The California Networks for Collaboration (CNfC) will offer free professional development opportunities over a period of six months (June – November 2015). Three unique Learning Collaboratives will take place under the project’s overarching topic of expanding public engagement and accessibility.
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Cal Humanities staff and Board go to Washington, D.C. for the annual Humanities on the Hill event to talk with congressional and senate offices about all of the great work we’re supporting in their districts and throughout the state of California.