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Herman and Estelle Griffin (nee Klein) were among the first interracial couples to marry in San Francisco after the anti-miscegenation law was repealed in 1949. California Labor School was a cultural hub for the Bay Area's progressive and labor communities during the 1940s and 1950s. The school originated in San Francisco and expanded its campuses to Oakland, Berkeley, and Los Angeles.
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Alternative schools--California Labor movement--Study and teaching Labor unions and education--California Progressive education--California Working class--Education--California Interracial marriage--California--San Francisco Griffin, Herman Griffin, Estelle California Labor School
San Francisco Bay Area (Calif.)
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