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Public Notice 

Regarding the Initiation of Section 106 Review of Peralta Hacienda Historical Park

The National endowment for the humanities (NEH) has offered the Peralta Hacienda Historical Park a Challenge Grant to build the Historic Core of the park. This area, now vacant, is the Park's most historically significant area. 

The Historic Core proposed project includes outdoor interpretative features regarding the history of the site. Built elements will include outdoor displays, a flexible shade structure, an archeological deposit viewing station, a community picnic table, and adobe oven and grill. In addition, an enclosure with seating will be created and the Historic Core area will be paved. 

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Home & Away


Do you know someone who's incarcerated in California?

Have you been incarcerated yourself?

Do you have a story to tell about the effects of 
mass incarceration on our community?

We want to hear from you.

Peralta Hacienda is starting a project called 'Home and Away' to document the effects of mass incarceration on our community in Oakland. From now through October 2015 we hope to create healing through community, interviews, an exhibit, and art and writing workshops. 

If would like to tell your story or participate in the workshops, email homeandawaycwf@gmail.com.

Or call Beverly Hodge Odabi at the Peralta Hacienda, (510) 532-9142, ext.7.  

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This project is possible thanks to the generous support of the Creative Work Fund. 


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