May 29, 2020.Reading time 14 minutes.
CSRC archives specialist Doug Johnson examines the Panel of Americans, a program founded by the UCLA University Religious Conference in 1942, which included students of different ethnic and religious backgrounds that would travel to communities throughout California to deliver talks and take questions on diversity and tolerance.
May 1, 2019.Reading time 12 minutes.
CSRC archives specialist Doug Johnson examines CSRC archival materials related to the US Census, along with the potential addition of a citizenship question in 2020.
April 3, 2019.Reading time 6 minutes.
Prior to his career in government, Esteban Torres was a labor organizer and activist. CSRC archives specialist Doug Johnson explores how Torres sought change by working from the progressive margins of the system, yet later served terms in the US House of Representatives.
March 1, 2019.Reading time 4 minutes.
In 1996, artist Laura Molina created and self-published a startlingly prescient comic book. She envisioned a world in which right-wing politicians, cynically lamenting a lost America target minorities and immigrants, and advocate building a border wall.
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