Humanities Moments

Making the World Bearable

Contributed by Malcolm Margolin, author, publisher, and founder of Heyday Books
Ohlone Indians in a Tule Boat in the San Francisco Bay 1822, by Louis Choris

Author and publisher Malcolm Margolin shares how the telling of stories helps shape and give meaning to the world. He also reflects on his time documenting American Indian life in the Bay Area and becoming captivated by the stories and histories from this experience.

To celebrate its 40th year anniversary of grant making, programming, and partnerships that connect Californians to each other, California Humanities invited a group of 40 prominent Californians to explore what the humanities mean to them. For more information visit California Humanities: We Are the Humanities.

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Making the World Bearable

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Author and publisher Malcolm Margolin shares how the telling of stories helps shape and give meaning to the world. He also reflects on his time documenting American Indian life in the Bay Area and becoming captivated by the stories and histories from this experience.

To celebrate its 40th year anniversary of grant making, programming, and partnerships that connect Californians to each other, California Humanities invited a group of 40 prominent Californians to explore what the humanities mean to them. For more information visit California Humanities: We Are the Humanities.

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California Humanities

Contributor

Malcolm Margolin, author, publisher, and founder of Heyday Books

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malcolm-margolin

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