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OAKLAND -- Join us at The New Parkway Theater on May 31st for a screening of JOHN BROWN'S BODY AT SAN QUENTIN PRISON.Add to Calendar
LOS ANGELES --IT’S A KRIP HOP NATION is informed and inspired by interviews with people with disabilities acquired through violence or accident, this play chronicles the lives of two recently disabled performers as they battle in their attempt to break into the mainstream hip‐hop music industry.Add to Calendar
OAKLAND -- Join us at ALLIANCE 2016, NAMAC's National conference for media arts and culture practitioners, organizations, thinkers, and doers. A place where conversations about collaboration, innovation, creativity, and impact bust out in the open; a conference of new ideas — and a celebration of community.Add to Calendar
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On the Road with California Humanities, a series of talks with Pulitzer Prize winners, continues on June 16 with our third conversation: Journalism and Democracy in California. Award-winning author and journalist, and panel speaker Frances Dinkelspiel talks about the future of journalism in this blog.
California Humanities Board Member and Professor of History and Urban Studies at UC San Diego, Natalia Molina discusses the importance of humanities when it comes to civil discourse and contributing to civic participation.
California Humanities-supported documentaries now showing in SkyFest, exclusively on Virgin America!
NO MÁS BEBÉS, EVERYDAY SUNSHINE: THE STORY OF FISHBONE and DOROTHEA LANGE: GRAB A HUNK OF LIGHTNING are currently featured in the SkyFest independent film showcase, available exclusively on Virgin America’s domestic flights through June 2016.