walking tours

6:51pm

Wed January 14, 2015
Arts & Culture

Walk like a Radical: A tour through a century of progressive South Asians in the Bay Area

A recreation of protests by South Asian Berkeley students against emergency in India.
Berkeley South Asian Radical Walking Tour


There are a thousand hidden histories in the Bay Area – stories in the cement, just beneath the surface of our routes to work or school or play. There are also a handful of guided walking tours that aim to pull these stories from the pavement: Architecture tours, neighborhood tours, literary tours. And then, there is the Berkeley South Asian Radical History Walking Tour. In 2012, Barnali Ghosh began the tour with her husband, Anirvan Chatterjee.

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6:50am

Wed August 15, 2012
City Visions: August 20, 2012

A People's Archive of the Bay Area

Chris Carlsson

You who are living, what have you done with these treasures?

Do you regret the time of my struggle?

Have you raised your crops for a common harvest?

Have you made my town a richer place?

--Robert Desnos, a member of the French Resistance

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