Central America(n)s in San Francisco: History, Legacy, & Art @ California Historical Society, San Francisco [17 May]

Central America(n)s in San Francisco: History, Legacy, & Art


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17
May
18:00 - 20:00

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California Historical Society
678 Mission St, San Francisco, California 94105
Immigration and Migration are key themes seen within murals across the state of California. In San Francisco, tropes, histories, and stories of life and war in Central America are visible on the walls of the City, from the historic Balmy Alley and beyond.
Join California Historical Society for an evening that explores the history and impact of Central American immigration to San Francisco and the broader Bay Area and learn how art, historically and contemporarily, has been, and continues to be, a powerful tool to share the truth, history, and stories of Central America(n)s.
The program will consist of presentations by each of our speakers and close with a conversation with the audience.
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