Before and after 1972 when Title IX radically altered American sport, California and its female athletes have been and continue to be a forerunner regarding issues of gender, race,
Baseball enabled Mexican Americans to create connections that helped buoy working class communities, and even contributed to unionization efforts amid widespread discrimination.
At home in the U.S. and abroad, basketball continues to occupy a central place in Filipino American lives.
Asian American basketball leagues have given shape to the unique histories of each ethnic group living under the flattening designation of "Asian American."
For Japanese Americans, baseball played a critical role in shaping an ethnic identity and promoting civil rights.
The bohemian aesthetic of the "bungalow boom" gave way to the ranch house, as popularized by architect Cliff May, the "Father of American Ranch Houses."
In the early twentieth century, the bungalow dominated bourgeoisie and working class visions of the American dream, and Southern California's climate and landscape provided the per
Even with the clearest of minds, personal and historical memory ebb and flow. Recollections of our own past and that of the society around us often become shaped by current circums