Tag: History

Our Ramona

Multicultural Dreams and Legacies of the Great California Outdoor Play

Dream Interrupted

Kevin Starr at The San Francisco Examiner, 1976-83

From Resourceful to Illegal

The racialized history of garage housing in Los Angeles

Protesting Displacement and the Right to the City

Anti-Gentrification Activism in Northeast Los Angeles

Military Industrial Sexuality

Urban California, Gay Liberation, and the Military Industrial Complex

The Golden State’s Scientific White Supremacist

The Legacy of Professor Joseph Le Conte and Toppling California’s Lost Cause Monuments

Last Stands

History, Memory, and the California Story

Policing an Internal Border

LAPD, Immigration Law Enforcement, and Constructing the Criminal Alien

Howard Thurman and the Arc of History in San Francisco

Paul Harvey The theologian, mystic, and minister Howard Thurman visited San Francisco for the first time in the late 1920s, […]