The Black Arts center that brought together feminism, activism, and visionary art
Down, out, and female on the street
The struggle to desegregate Berkeley's public schools—its classrooms, curriculum, and workforce
The fight for Third World Studies at Cal
The downtown music club that was free in spirit and in format
The Bay Area's historic transgender community
Director Mike Nichols used a well-known Telegraph Avenue couple to suggest a new loosening in American culture
Groove lessons from an international professional
"I felt myself receding, disappearing behind a veil, ...fearing I may never find my way back"
A different narrative about minority achievement and experimental schools.
Brown brought his activist orientation and love of the arts to Rainbow Sign
Invaluable footage of the club as it celebrated Black Arts Day with an Elizabeth Catlett exhibition
The assemblage that, according to Angela Davis, marked the start of the black women's movement
A telling battle, over music promotion, between the guitarist Johnny Winter and the Keystone's owner
Mary Ann Pollar and Baldwin appear here as comrades and co-authors of the Rainbow Sign