In San Francisco, statues have been toppled in reaction to the subjects' past history of racism, oppression, or enslavement. We examine the context during which they were raised, their subjects' history, and discuss their planned, and unplanned removal.
Outside Lands San Francisco Podcast - Jun 27, 2020
(above) Golden Gate Park, circa 1905
Francis Scott Key Monument in original location near present day tennis courts.
Golden Gate Park was home to several refugee camps in the aftermath of the '06 Quake & Fire. Richmond District historian John Freeman joins the Pod to share his extensive research on the Park sites that sheltered thousands of San Franciscans. (Outside Lands San Francisco Podcast Apr 17, 2021)