June 6, 2020, Berkeley, demonstration in response to the killing by police of George Floyd
The Radical Elders Oral History Project began in the mid-1970s as a vehicle for 1960’s radicals to interview the older generation of radicals from the 1930s. The 1930s radicals included Lou and Edith Laub, Fred Cody, Tuese Mende, Virginia Maubin, Al and Ann Wasserman, the younger radicals included Bruce Kaiper, Marge Lasky, and Jeff Johnson. […]
Millions of people world wide took to the streets calling on world leaders to take action to stop climate change. The demonstrations were in response to a call by 15 year-old Swedish activist Greta Thunberg, to go on strike to stop climate change. Thurnberg had been skipping school one day a week to demonstrate in […]
“Breaking Boundaries” was a photo exhibit produced in collaboration with the Disabled Student Services Department of San Francisco City College. The exhibit was installed at the Rosenberg Library, City College of San Francisco, April through October 2011. The exhibit included photographs documenting two classes, Arts and Crafts For The Disabled, taught by Carole Fitzgerald at […]
September 8, 2018, approximately 30,000 people marched from San Francisco’s Embarcadero to the Civic Center. They were part of a global day of protest over climate change. Hundreds of thousands of people marched in an estimated 1000 demonstrations all over the globe.
The Bishops’ Coffeehouse in Oakland, California, was a center for Vietnam War resistors in the 1960s. In the 1970s it became a community center with a lunch program for seniors and those on disability and cultural programs at night. These photos were taken in 1975.