Exhibition on environmental justice is a rally for change
A two-week pop-up exhibition opens on Saturday, Oct. 14. It aims to offer resources to teachers and inform the community at large.
New, untold history of Indigenous people is now part of revamped Mission San Gabriel Museum exhibition
History professor Steven Hackel is the exhibition’s lead curator. The museum’s galleries now offer a more comprehensive history surrounding the Catholic mission’s life with the help of baptismal records, textiles, baskets, paintings, and audio recordings.
Unwritten history: Seattle, a city built by immigrants and Indigenous people
‘Seattle from the Margins,’ a new book by assistant professor Megan Asaka points to the overseen contributions of the Duwamish, Japanese, Filipino, Chinese, and other immigrant communities.
Boyle Heights: Cemented in history
Capturing the essence of a place requires more than time. It requires confianza. Trust. That’s why for more than a year a team co-led by a UC Riverside cultural and urban historian interviewed, researched, and documented the lives of Boyle Heights residents — all in the midst of the COVID-19...