Presented in partnership with the Sikh Coalition, this national traveling exhibit featuring 29 portraits and accompanying stories of Sikh Americans encourages dialogue on diversity in recognition of November’s California Sikh Awareness and Appreciation Month.
Featuring photographs by Susumu “Sus” Ito (1919-2015), this Japanese American National Museum traveling exhibit offers a rare look at the segregated 442nd Regimental Combat Team’s 522nd Field Artillery Battalion’s heroic service during WWII.
All-new traveling exhibit highlighting the achievements of the iconic Latina activist in California’s farm worker movement, whose contributions in establishing legal protections and higher standards of living for laborers remain largely overlooked in history.
From former Secretary of State March Fong Eu and activist Dolores Huerta to astronaut Sally Ride and photographer Dorothea Lange, this exhibit features the stories of more than 200 of the state’s ground-breaking women, presented in partnership with California State Parks.
Initially developed under the direction of a Native Advisory Council in 2011, this exhibit presenting the histories and legacies of over 100 California’s tribes in their own voice and was updated for 2017.