Syndic No.7
Syndic Literary Journal

History: California Civil Liberties by Elaine Elinson & Stan Yogi

COVER: "WHEREVER THERE'S A FIGHT" BY ELAINE ELINSON & STAN YOGI

 

History of California Civil Liberties

PLAY > READINGS: “WHEREVER THERE’S A FIGHT”  BY ELINSON & YOGI

READ > “SAN FRANCISCO’S OWN ROSA PARKS” BY ELAINE ELINSON

READ > “BEHIND BARBED WIRE” BY STAN YOGI

Authors/Artists Bios

Authors/Artist Bios 2

Elaine Elinson was the communications director of the ACLU of Northern California for two decades. Her latest book, “Wherever There’s a Fight” coauthored with Stan Yogi, won a Gold Medal in the 2010 California Book Awards and is the basis of a bilingual touring exhibit sponsored by Cal Humanities.http://exhibitenvoy.org/OurExhibits/tabid/110/ID/15/Wherever_Theres_A_Fight_A_History_of_Civil_Liberties_in_California.aspx
Stan Yogi is the co-author of Wherever There’s a Fight: How Runaway Slaves, Suffragists, Immigrants, Strikers, and Poets Shaped Civil Liberties in California. (Heyday, 2009

 

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