In 1963, the International Longshore and Warehouse Union (ILWU) and the Pacific Maritime Association (PMA) launched a 300-unit affordable housing project in the Western Addition, an area which went through massive redevelopment in the Sixties. The ILWU's vision was to build a moderate-priced housing community for working-class families, which would be controlled by the residents and represent all races and groups in the community. Many of the original families, now three generations, still live there. Learn about how "The Square" continues to embody the original vision and thrives today. Historical photographs, memorabilia and interviews celebrate the community and its residents.
Lectura de Verano SF 2014 - del 31 de mayo al 10 de agosto 10
Conectar con la biblioteca, la imaginación y San Francisco.
- Marble Machine Tinkering
- Lunes 28 de Julio de 2014Bernal Heights, Bernal Heights: Sala de Reuniones
- Henna Tattoos with Charitie
- Lunes 28 de Julio de 2014Ingleside, Ingleside: Sala de Reuniones
- The Pursuit of Happyness
- Lunes 28 de Julio de 2014Bayview, Bayview: Sala de Reuniones