Thurs. Jan. 21 Ildi Carlisle Cummins, California Institute of Rural Studies, on Cal Ag Roots: Unearthing Stories About California Agricultural Development.
Tues. Feb. 23 Natalie Mendoza, History Ph.D. Candidate, UCB, on The Good Neighbor Policy and Mexicans and Mexican Americans in Southern California During World War II.
Wed. Mar 23 Randy Shaw, Tenderloin Housing Clinic, on The History of San Francisco’s Tenderloin.
Tues. Apr. 19 Louise Mozingo, Landscape Architecture Department, UCB, on The Landscape Architecture of Silicon Valley.
Wed. May 18 Donna Graves, Public Historian, on Preserving the Sites and Heritage of San Francisco’s LGBT History.
All sessions are held at the UCB Institute for Research on Labor and Employment, 2521 Channing Way (just east of Telegraph Ave.) 7-9:15 p.m. Free dinner.
Contact Margaret Olney at firstname.lastname@example.org, 510-643-8140