History

A settlement agreement has been reached in a lawsuit brought by the Juaneño Band of Mission Indians, Acjachemen Nation – Belardes and the California Cultural Resources Preservation Alliance, Inc., against California State University-Long Beach (CSULB). The agreement provides permanent protection to Puvungna, a listed historical and cultural site on the …continue reading

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On June 6, 1944 — 77 years ago — Allied troops landed on the coast of Normandy in northern France, laying the groundwork for victory over Nazi Germany in World War II. D-Day is one of our nation’s proudest moments. It marks a turning point in world history, and we …continue reading

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Corrie ten Boom helped many Jews in the Netherlands escape the Nazis during World War II, was eventually sent to Ravensbruck concentration camp herself, survived, and spent the rest of her life helping others, speaking before large audiences, spreading the Gospel, and writing popular books. She spent her later years …continue reading

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The Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum reopened Wednesday, May 19 at 10:00 AM PT, with a red white and blue ceremony to welcome its first museum visitors since March of 2020. This is the first presidential library to reopen in the U.S. following month-long closures from the Covid-19 pandemic. …continue reading