Foucault in California at Vroman’s

Tuesday Mar 26 2019   7:00 PM
Vroman's Bookstore  695 E Colorado Blvd, Pasadena, CA  map

Join Foucault in California foreword writer, Heather Dundas, and University of Puerto Rico Rio Pedras professor James Penner for a night of philosophy and fun!

Those wishing to get books signed will be asked to purchase at least one copy of the author’s most recent title from Vroman’s. For each purchased copy of the newest title, customers may bring up to three copies from home to be signed. This policy applies to all Vroman’s Bookstore events unless otherwise noted. Save your Vroman’s receipt; it will be checked when you enter the signing line. More info here.

About the book

In The Lives of Michel Foucault, David Macey quotes the iconic French philosopher as speaking “nostalgically…of ‘an unforgettable evening on LSD, in carefully prepared doses, in the desert night, with delicious music, [and] nice people.’” This came to pass in 1975, when Foucault spent Memorial Day weekend in Southern California at the invitation of Simeon Wade—ostensibly to guest-lecture at the Claremont Graduate School where Wade was an assistant professor, but in truth to explore what he called the Valley of Death. Led by Wade and Wade’s partner Michael Stoneman, Foucault experimented with psychedelic drugs for the first time; by morning he was crying and proclaiming that he knew Truth.

Foucault in California is Wade’s firsthand account of that long weekend. Felicitous and often humorous prose vaults readers headlong into the erudite and subversive circles of the Claremont intelligentsia: parties in Wade’s bungalow, intensive dialogues between Foucault and his disciples at a Taoist utopia in the Angeles Forest (whose denizens call Foucault “Country Joe”); and, of course, the fabled synesthetic acid trip in Death Valley, set to the strains of Bach and Stockhausen. Part search for higher consciousness, part bacchanal, this book chronicles a young man’s burgeoning friendship with one of the twentieth century’s greatest thinkers.

 

Wild L.A. Book Launch Event with Charles Hood

Tuesday Mar 26 2019   6:00 PM
Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County  900 Exposition Blvd, Los Angeles, CA  map

Join Charles Hood (A Californian’s Guide to the Birds among Us, A Californian’s Guide to the Mammals among Us) along with Lila Higgins, Gregory B. Pauly, and Jason G. Goldman for the launch of their new book, Wild LA: Explore the Amazing Nature In and Around Los Angeles, copublished by Timber Press and NHM.

NHM is proud to present the book launch of Wild L.A. Join us for an evening panel discussion with the authors, touching on the research and stories behind the book, followed by a Q&A. Special museum collections highlighting elements of the book will be on display between 6:00–7:00 p.m. Books will be available for purchase.

SCHEDULE

6 pm – Explore the Nature Gardens, Nature Lab, and Museum Collections
Explore the Nature Gardens, participate in Garden Tours, see collection displays and meet and greet live animals in the Nature Lab.

7 pm – Panel Discussion: Meet the authors of Wild L.A.
Meet the authors and hear wild stories about nature in L.A. plus learn more about their inspiration behind the book.

8 pm – Book Signing and Exploration
Purchase your own copy of Wild L.A. and have it signed by the authors then further explore the Nature Lab and collections.

Free with RSVP; more info here.

Foucault in California at Elliott Bay

Friday Mar 29 2019   7:00 PM
Elliott Bay Book Company  1521 Tenth Ave, Seattle, WA  map

Join Foucault in California foreword writer, Heather Dundas, and David Wade for a night of philosophy and fun!

About the book

In The Lives of Michel Foucault, David Macey quotes the iconic French philosopher as speaking “nostalgically…of ‘an unforgettable evening on LSD, in carefully prepared doses, in the desert night, with delicious music, [and] nice people.’” This came to pass in 1975, when Foucault spent Memorial Day weekend in Southern California at the invitation of Simeon Wade—ostensibly to guest-lecture at the Claremont Graduate School where Wade was an assistant professor, but in truth to explore what he called the Valley of Death. Led by Wade and Wade’s partner Michael Stoneman, Foucault experimented with psychedelic drugs for the first time; by morning he was crying and proclaiming that he knew Truth.

Foucault in California is Wade’s firsthand account of that long weekend. Felicitous and often humorous prose vaults readers headlong into the erudite and subversive circles of the Claremont intelligentsia: parties in Wade’s bungalow, intensive dialogues between Foucault and his disciples at a Taoist utopia in the Angeles Forest (whose denizens call Foucault “Country Joe”); and, of course, the fabled synesthetic acid trip in Death Valley, set to the strains of Bach and Stockhausen. Part search for higher consciousness, part bacchanal, this book chronicles a young man’s burgeoning friendship with one of the twentieth century’s greatest thinkers.

ACLU100 – Day 1

Saturday Mar 30 2019  
Jack London Square  472 Water St, Oakland, CA  map

We are honored to celebrate 100 years of the ACLU at the #ACLU100 party in Jack London Square. Come pick up a book and stay for the performances, exhibits, talks, and festivities. And from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. SNAG coeditor Ras K’dee will be performing with his group Audiopharmacy!

Free and open to the public. More info here.

ACLU100 – Day 2

Sunday Mar 31 2019  
Jack London Square  472 Water St, Oakland, CA  map

We are honored to celebrate 100 years of the ACLU at the #ACLU100 party in Jack London Square. Come pick up a book and stay for the performances, exhibits, talks, and festivities.

Free and open to the public. More info here.

California’s Gold Rush Women Writers, 1848-1869

Thursday Apr 04 2019   7:00 PM
Museum of Sonoma County  425 7th St, Santa Rosa, CA  map

Join No Rooms of Their Own editor Ida Rae Egli for an examination of the lives, times, and literary history of fifteen amazing women who came early to California and recorded what they saw and experienced. These women came from very diverse backgrounds. Lucy Young was a native Northern Californian from the Lassik tribe who survived the annihilation of her  village. Jesse Benton Frémont was the daughter of a prominent senator, the wife of the controversial Colonel John C. Frémont, and an early homesteader in Mariposa County. Ina Coolbrith later became California’s first Poet Laureate, and was, perhaps, more than just a friend to Mark Twain. Sarah Royce came overland by wagon and confronted cholera and angry Indians. Together these fifteen women leave a literary trail of history and storytelling that is rough, amazing, enlightening, and entertaining.

Biddy Mason, Slavery, and Resistance in the Building of LA’s African American Community

Saturday Apr 13 2019   2:00 PM
California African American Museum  600 State Dr, Los Angeles, CA  map

Author Laura Atkins will discuss Biddy Mason Speaks Up, cowritten with Arisa White. The book explores Mason’s life and gives readers tools for speaking up in their own communities. Additionally, Susan Anderson, Director of Collections, Library, Exhibitions, and Programs at the California Historical Society, will present on slavery and resistance in California’s history. Presented in conjunction with the exhibition California Bound: Slavery on the New Frontier, 1848–1865.

Free and open to the public; register on Eventbrite. More info here.

Writing Across Genres: The Native American Experience

Saturday Apr 13 2019   4:00 PM
University of Southern California  Taper Hall 101, Los Angeles, CA  map

Terria Smith (Torres Martinez Cahuilla) moderates a panel featuring Dina Gilio-Whitaker (descendant of the Colville Confederated Tribes), Bird Songs Don’t Lie author Gordon Lee Johnson (Cahuilla/Cupeño), and David Treuer (Ojibwe).

Ticket required; click here for more info.

2019 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books – Day 1

Saturday Apr 13 2019  
University of Southern California  University Park Campus, Los Angeles, CA  map

The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books began in 1996 with a simple goal: to bring together the people who create books with the people who love to read them. Since then, the festival has grown into a vibrant celebration of all of the arts, and of our dynamic, innovative and unique metropolis. Each year, over 150,000 people come to the University of Southern California campus to experience a gathering of writers, poets, artists, filmmakers, and musicians like no other. The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books is the largest festival of its kind in the United States and is The Times’ annual gift to LA. Panelists include Lynell George (LAtitudes), Bird Songs Don’t Lie author Gordon Lee Johnson (Cahuilla/Cupeño), and Roundhouse Director Terria Smith (Torres Martinez Cahuilla). Learn more about the festival here.

Find Heyday at Booth #113 on Trousdale Parkway, near the Main Stage. Charles Hood, author of A Californian’s Guide to the Mammals among Us, A Californian’s Guide to the Birds among Usand contributor to LAtitudes, will be at the booth from 11:00 a.m.–2:00 p.m.

Forgotten Landscapes of California

Saturday Apr 13 2019   2:00 PM
Sonoma Community Center  276 E Napa St, Sonoma, CA  map

A State of Change author-illustrator Laura Cunningham will discuss what northern California was like before European contact: giant grizzlies, condors, salmon runs, and herds of elk. She will also discuss the processes that shape California, such as climate, flood, and fire, that are becoming ever more important as Californians grapple with how to live in the ever-changing Golden State. She will show what cities were like a thousand years ago in her oil paintings, what prairies, oak woodlands, sea coasts, and the Sierra Nevada were like long ago. Join Laura for an artistic tour of California’s amazing natural heritage of the past, and what we might expect into the future. Books will be available for purchase and signing.

$5 general admission; free for Sonoma Valley Historical Society members and docents.

2019 Los Angeles Times Festival of Books – Day 2

Sunday Apr 14 2019  
University of Southern California  University Park Campus, Los Angeles, CA  map

The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books began in 1996 with a simple goal: to bring together the people who create books with the people who love to read them. Since then, the festival has grown into a vibrant celebration of all of the arts, and of our dynamic, innovative and unique metropolis. Each year, over 150,000 people come to the University of Southern California campus to experience a gathering of writers, poets, artists, filmmakers, and musicians like no other. The Los Angeles Times Festival of Books is the largest festival of its kind in the United States and is The Times’ annual gift to LA. Learn more about the festival here.

Find Heyday at Booth #113 on Trousdale Parkway, near the Main Stage.

Gallery Talk with Laura Cunningham

Sunday Apr 14 2019   2:00 PM
Bolinas Museum  48 Wharf Rd, Bolinas, CA  map

Join biologist, artist, and author Laura Cunningham as she shares her thirty years of research, methodology, and adventures exploring California’s history and prehistory that culminated in her book A State of Change: Forgotten Landscapes of California. Cunningham was trained in paleontology at University of California, Berkeley, and natural science illustration at University of California, Santa Cruz. Her training led to creative projects for natural history museums, a career in the field of wildlife biology working for the United States Geological Survey Biological Resource Division.

Free and open to the public; click here for more info.

Point Reyes National Seashore Walk with Laura Cunningham and Diana Oppenheimer

Monday Apr 15 2019   10:00 AM
Red Barn  75 Bear Valley Rd, Point Reyes Station, CA  map

Join A State of Change author-illustrator Laura Cunningham and park volunteer/dune restorationist Diana Oppenheimer to explore the ancient native coastal prairies and see coastal dune restoration projects. We will take photos, draw sketches, and discuss management plans and issues in the beautiful Point Reyes National Seashore. Light hiking. BYO water and snacks, binoculars, and field sketching supplies if you like.

Meet at the Red Barn Visitor Center. Carpooling options available.

Ecological History of the California Desert: Wildlife & Landscapes Back in Time

Thursday Apr 18 2019   7:00 PM
Furnace Creek Visitor Center Auditorium  Death Valley National Park, Furnace Creek, CA  map

Join Laura Cunningham for a presentation on the ecological history of the California desert, based on her book A State of Change: Forgotten Landscapes of California. Through artwork and natural history, experience a desert full of pronghorn antelope, desert tortoise, and even wolves and jaguars.

Free and open to the public; more info here.

Foucault in California at the Book Bin

Friday Apr 19 2019   7:00 PM
The Book Bin  450 Court St NE, Salem, OR  map

Join David Wade for a night of philosophy and fun!

About the book

In The Lives of Michel Foucault, David Macey quotes the iconic French philosopher as speaking “nostalgically…of ‘an unforgettable evening on LSD, in carefully prepared doses, in the desert night, with delicious music, [and] nice people.’” This came to pass in 1975, when Foucault spent Memorial Day weekend in Southern California at the invitation of Simeon Wade—ostensibly to guest-lecture at the Claremont Graduate School where Wade was an assistant professor, but in truth to explore what he called the Valley of Death. Led by Wade and Wade’s partner Michael Stoneman, Foucault experimented with psychedelic drugs for the first time; by morning he was crying and proclaiming that he knew Truth.

Foucault in California is Wade’s firsthand account of that long weekend. Felicitous and often humorous prose vaults readers headlong into the erudite and subversive circles of the Claremont intelligentsia: parties in Wade’s bungalow, intensive dialogues between Foucault and his disciples at a Taoist utopia in the Angeles Forest (whose denizens call Foucault “Country Joe”); and, of course, the fabled synesthetic acid trip in Death Valley, set to the strains of Bach and Stockhausen. Part search for higher consciousness, part bacchanal, this book chronicles a young man’s burgeoning friendship with one of the twentieth century’s greatest thinkers.

Chuck Wollenberg at the San Francisco Presidio

Thursday Apr 25 2019   18
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Fred Korematsu, Iva Toguri (alias Tokyo Rose), Japanese Peruvians, and five thousand Americans who renounced their citizenship under duress: Chuck Wollenberg’s new book Rebel Lawyer tells the story of the key cases pertaining to the World War II incarceration of 120,000 people of Japanese ancestry and the trial attorney who defended them. Wayne Collins made a somewhat unlikely hero. An Irish American lawyer with a volatile temper, Collins’s passionate commitment to the nation’s constitutional principles put him in opposition to not only the United States government but also groups that acquiesced to internment, such as the national office of the ACLU and the leadership of the Japanese American Citizens League. Through careful research and legal analysis, Charles Wollenberg takes readers through each case, and offers readers an understanding of how Collins came to be the most effective defender of the rights and liberties of the West Coast’s Japanese and Japanese American population. Wollenberg portrays Collins not as a white knight but as a tough, sometimes difficult man whose battles gave people of Japanese descent the foundation on which to construct their own powerful campaigns for redress.

More info TBA.

Foucault in California at J. Michael’s Books

Thursday Apr 25 2019   7:00 PM
J. Michael’s Books  160 E Broadway, Eugene, OR  map

Join David Wade and Colin Koopman (associate professor of philosophy, University of Oregon) for a night of philosophy and fun!

About the book

In The Lives of Michel Foucault, David Macey quotes the iconic French philosopher as speaking “nostalgically…of ‘an unforgettable evening on LSD, in carefully prepared doses, in the desert night, with delicious music, [and] nice people.’” This came to pass in 1975, when Foucault spent Memorial Day weekend in Southern California at the invitation of Simeon Wade—ostensibly to guest-lecture at the Claremont Graduate School where Wade was an assistant professor, but in truth to explore what he called the Valley of Death. Led by Wade and Wade’s partner Michael Stoneman, Foucault experimented with psychedelic drugs for the first time; by morning he was crying and proclaiming that he knew Truth.

Foucault in California is Wade’s firsthand account of that long weekend. Felicitous and often humorous prose vaults readers headlong into the erudite and subversive circles of the Claremont intelligentsia: parties in Wade’s bungalow, intensive dialogues between Foucault and his disciples at a Taoist utopia in the Angeles Forest (whose denizens call Foucault “Country Joe”); and, of course, the fabled synesthetic acid trip in Death Valley, set to the strains of Bach and Stockhausen. Part search for higher consciousness, part bacchanal, this book chronicles a young man’s burgeoning friendship with one of the twentieth century’s greatest thinkers.

Foucault in California at City Lights

Tuesday Apr 30 2019   7:00 PM
City Lights Books  281 Columbus Ave, San Francisco, CA  map

Join Foucault in California foreword writer, Heather Dundas, and David Wade for a night of philosophy and fun! More info here.

About the book

In The Lives of Michel Foucault, David Macey quotes the iconic French philosopher as speaking “nostalgically…of ‘an unforgettable evening on LSD, in carefully prepared doses, in the desert night, with delicious music, [and] nice people.’” This came to pass in 1975, when Foucault spent Memorial Day weekend in Southern California at the invitation of Simeon Wade—ostensibly to guest-lecture at the Claremont Graduate School where Wade was an assistant professor, but in truth to explore what he called the Valley of Death. Led by Wade and Wade’s partner Michael Stoneman, Foucault experimented with psychedelic drugs for the first time; by morning he was crying and proclaiming that he knew Truth.

Foucault in California is Wade’s firsthand account of that long weekend. Felicitous and often humorous prose vaults readers headlong into the erudite and subversive circles of the Claremont intelligentsia: parties in Wade’s bungalow, intensive dialogues between Foucault and his disciples at a Taoist utopia in the Angeles Forest (whose denizens call Foucault “Country Joe”); and, of course, the fabled synesthetic acid trip in Death Valley, set to the strains of Bach and Stockhausen. Part search for higher consciousness, part bacchanal, this book chronicles a young man’s burgeoning friendship with one of the twentieth century’s greatest thinkers.

Richard Schwartz at the Elkins Park Free Library

Wednesday May 01 2019   7:00 PM
Elkins Park Free Library  563 E Church Rd, Elkins Park, PA  map

Join Richard Schwartz for an illustrated talk on his book, The Man Who Lit Lady LibertyThe Man Who Lit Lady Liberty chronicles the life of actor M. B. Curtis, who achieved overnight success in Sam’l of Posen, a groundbreaking play that transcended the common stereotypes of Jewish characters current at the time, and who funded the lighting of the Statue of Liberty. Actor, producer, real estate developer, promoter, hotelier, benefactor, and murder suspect, Curtis reached the highs of celebrity and fame as well as the lows of failure, illness, and a faltering career. The Man Who Lit Lady Liberty rescues his story from the dusty archives of forgotten history and reexamines an actor whose creativity and cultural influence still resonate today.

Free and open to the public.

Foucault in California at Powell’s on Hawthorne

Thursday May 02 2019   7:30 PM
Powell's Books on Hawthorne  3723 SE Hawthorne Blvd, Portland, OR  map

Join Foucault in California foreword writer, Heather Dundas, and David Wade for a night of philosophy and fun!

About the book

In The Lives of Michel Foucault, David Macey quotes the iconic French philosopher as speaking “nostalgically…of ‘an unforgettable evening on LSD, in carefully prepared doses, in the desert night, with delicious music, [and] nice people.’” This came to pass in 1975, when Foucault spent Memorial Day weekend in Southern California at the invitation of Simeon Wade—ostensibly to guest-lecture at the Claremont Graduate School where Wade was an assistant professor, but in truth to explore what he called the Valley of Death. Led by Wade and Wade’s partner Michael Stoneman, Foucault experimented with psychedelic drugs for the first time; by morning he was crying and proclaiming that he knew Truth.

Foucault in California is Wade’s firsthand account of that long weekend. Felicitous and often humorous prose vaults readers headlong into the erudite and subversive circles of the Claremont intelligentsia: parties in Wade’s bungalow, intensive dialogues between Foucault and his disciples at a Taoist utopia in the Angeles Forest (whose denizens call Foucault “Country Joe”); and, of course, the fabled synesthetic acid trip in Death Valley, set to the strains of Bach and Stockhausen. Part search for higher consciousness, part bacchanal, this book chronicles a young man’s burgeoning friendship with one of the twentieth century’s greatest thinkers.

Richard Schwartz at the Richmond Museum of History

Sunday May 05 2019   2:00 PM
The Richmond Museum of History  400 Nevin Ave, Richmond, CA  map

Join Richard Schwartz for a talk on his book The Man Who Lit Lady LibertyThe Man Who Lit Lady Liberty chronicles the life of actor M. B. Curtis, who achieved overnight success in Sam’l of Posen, a groundbreaking play that transcended the common stereotypes of Jewish characters current at the time, and who funded the lighting of the Statue of Liberty. Actor, producer, real estate developer, promoter, hotelier, benefactor, and murder suspect, Curtis reached the highs of celebrity and fame as well as the lows of failure, illness, and a faltering career. The Man Who Lit Lady Liberty rescues his story from the dusty archives of forgotten history and reexamines an actor whose creativity and cultural influence still resonate today.

Free and open to the public; call (510) 235-7387 for more information.

The Once and Future Forest: The Mighty Redwood

Sunday May 05 2019   11:45 AM
David Brower Center - Goldman Theater  2150 Allston Way, Berkeley, CA  map

Ancient and mysterious as they are beautiful, the redwoods are an essential part of the California landscape. What are the inner workings of these giants, and what does the future hold? Save the Redwoods League and Heyday have produced a majestic, oversized, boxed book, The Once and Future Forest: California’s Iconic Redwoods, that showcases the grandeur of the redwood ecosystems, explores their history and significance, and looks toward a more ecologically informed future. Sam Hodder, executive director of the Save the Redwoods League, will moderate a conversation featuring contributors David Harris, writer; Greg Sarris, activist, author, and chairman of the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria; and David Rains Wallace, natural history writer and conservationist.

Priority tickets $10 each; click here for more info.

Foucault in California at Pegasus

Thursday May 09 2019   7:30 PM
Pegasus Books Downtown  2349 Shattuck Ave, Berkeley, CA  map

Join David Wade and University of Puerto Rico Rio Pedras professor James Penner for a night of philosophy and fun!

Free and open to the public; more info here.

About the book

In The Lives of Michel Foucault, David Macey quotes the iconic French philosopher as speaking “nostalgically…of ‘an unforgettable evening on LSD, in carefully prepared doses, in the desert night, with delicious music, [and] nice people.’” This came to pass in 1975, when Foucault spent Memorial Day weekend in Southern California at the invitation of Simeon Wade—ostensibly to guest-lecture at the Claremont Graduate School where Wade was an assistant professor, but in truth to explore what he called the Valley of Death. Led by Wade and Wade’s partner Michael Stoneman, Foucault experimented with psychedelic drugs for the first time; by morning he was crying and proclaiming that he knew Truth.

Foucault in California is Wade’s firsthand account of that long weekend. Felicitous and often humorous prose vaults readers headlong into the erudite and subversive circles of the Claremont intelligentsia: parties in Wade’s bungalow, intensive dialogues between Foucault and his disciples at a Taoist utopia in the Angeles Forest (whose denizens call Foucault “Country Joe”); and, of course, the fabled synesthetic acid trip in Death Valley, set to the strains of Bach and Stockhausen. Part search for higher consciousness, part bacchanal, this book chronicles a young man’s burgeoning friendship with one of the twentieth century’s greatest thinkers.

Historical Ecology Sail aboard the Historic Sloop Freda with Laura Cunningham

Saturday Jun 01 2019   8:00 AM
  , Sausalito, CA  map

Join A State of Change author-illustrator Laura Cunningham for a journey back in time aboard the oldest sailing yacht on the west coast. Freda was built when giant grizzlies roamed the bay shores dining on beached whales, tule elk herds grazed the bunchgrass hills, and millions of salmon migrated to the Sierra Nevada rivers. Encounter the Bay Area as it was 200 years ago and as it may have been in deep time with Laura as your tour guide.

This cruise complements Laura’s evening presentation, San Francisco Bay in the Past.

$35 per person; purchase tickets here. Dress in warm layers. Light snacks and water provided.

San Francisco Bay in the Past

Saturday Jun 01 2019   6:30 PM
Spaulding Marine Center  600 Gate 5 Rd, Sausalito, CA  map

Join us for a journey back in time when giant grizzlies roamed the bay shores dining on beached whales, tule elk herds grazed the bunchgrass hills, and millions of salmon filled the Bay. We’ll explore the Bay Area as it might have been before 200 years ago and into deep time with a presentation of Laura Cunningham’s artwork and book A State of Change: Forgotten Landscapes of California.

This presentation complements the daytime cruise on Freda.

Admission by donation to benefit educational activities for youth at the Spaulding Marine Center; more info here.

Obi Kaufmann at Copperfield’s in San Rafael

Thursday Jun 13 2019   6:00 PM
Copperfield's Books  850 4th St, San Rafael, CA  map

Join Obi Kaufmann, author-illustrator of the #1 best-selling California Field Atlas, for a talk about his newest book, The State of Water. More details TBA.

Obi Kaufmann at Copperfield’s in Sebastopol

Friday Jun 14 2019   7:00 PM
Copperfield's Books  138 N Main St, Sebastopol, CA  map

Join Obi Kaufmann, author-illustrator of the #1 best-selling California Field Atlas, for a talk about his newest book, The State of Water. More details TBA.

Richard Schwartz at the Commonwealth Club

Monday Oct 14 2019   6:00 PM
The Commonwealth Club  110 The Embarcadero, San Francisco, CA  map

The Circle of Stones author Richard Schwartz will speak to the Commonwealth Club about the amazing presence of ancient Native American life and villages that are still amongst us but unknown. The talk will take place on Indigenous Peoples’ Day.

Kim Bancroft at the San Francisco Public Library

Sunday Nov 03 2019   2:00 PM
San Francisco Public Library  , San Francisco, CA  map

Kim Bancroft will speak at the San Francisco Public Library. More info TBA.