My Internship by Doraius Lacy

March 24, 2011 My name is Doraius Lacy and I am a senior at Metwest high school. I am also an intern at The Freedom Archives. I wanted to intern at… Read More
I learned about social movements and struggles for justice and human rights.

My Internship Experience – Javier Adame

June 09, 2010 At the Freedom Archives I experienced history from another viewpoint. I learned about the Black Panthers and how they were persecuted… Read More

Every day that I spend here helps me to demystify this history that has been kept from me

April 12, 2010 I have been coming to the Freedom Archives two to three times a week ever since I was pointed in the right direction. Over the past… Read More

A History of Poor Support for Immigrants

December 17, 2009 (This post was written by Guadalupe Cruz, a Sophomore at June Jordan School for Equity and an intern here at the Freedom Archives.)Read More

Preserving a Radical Past: Ten Years of the Freedom Archives

November 09, 2009 Our friend, Dan Berger, wrote up a great article about us for War Resisters. Check it out:
Tucked in San Francisco’s Mission
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Reflections on a Legacy of Torture

October 20, 2009 (This post was written by Juan Manjivar, a sophomore at June Jordan School for Equity and an intern at the Freedom Archives.) From… Read More

Not a Quiet Country: Learning About Filipino Women’s Movements

October 15, 2009 (This piece was written by Guadalupe Cruz, a sophomore at June Jordan School for Equity and an intern for The Freedom Archives.)Read More
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Malcolm X: The Human Behind the Man

October 08, 2009 (The following piece was written by Stephanie Jones, a University of San Francisco Senior and an intern at the Freedom ArchivesRead More