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 District
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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

Major Social Upheaval Takes Place in Puerto Rico

October 01, 2009 (Orginially posted by “El Tipo Comun” (The Common Guy, Roberto Garcia), from primerahora.com on Sept 30, 2009 Read More