“These stories really haven’t been recognized in a comprehensive exhibition before,” Liu said. “There has been prior academic scholarship by people like Matt Garcia ... but there really hasn’t been any kind of widespread recognition of this history which I think really needs to be addressed,” adding there are many residents and college students today who are unaware of the abundant history under their feet. Courier photo/Andrew Alonzo
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