Tag: Race

The “Lost Cause” Goes West: Confederate Culture and Civil War Memory in California

This essay was originally published in California History, Vol 97, No. 1 Kevin Waite Where the monument once stood, only […]

South Bakersfield’s Confederate Remains

With “Postcards,” creative non-fiction stories grounded in place, we aspire to create a new cartography of California. For us, literature […]

El Corrido del Copete

With “Postcards,” creative non-fiction stories grounded in place, we aspire to create a new cartography of California. For us, literature […]

Inland Shift: Towards a Radical Intercommunalism in the Inland Empire

J.T. Roane During a speech delivered at Boston College on November 18, 1970 Huey P. Newton extended Marxist-Leninist material dialecticism […]

American Fruit

Selective Narratives of Mobility, Place, and Race

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

The Golden State’s Scientific White Supremacist

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

Policing an Internal Border

LAPD, Immigration Law Enforcement, and Constructing the Criminal Alien