years after he left office, Ronald Reagan's economic legacy shapes the
contours of policy decisions, as well as where one stands in the domestic
divide of the current presidential race."
Professor Jules Tygiel, author of "Ronald
Reagan and the Triumph of American Conservatism" (Longman, July
2004), in the San Francisco Chronicle
"[The statues] are motionless observers
of the reality of life and people. So they have the authority to comment,
to criticize, and, at the end, to admire the lives of human beings."
student Yael Braha in the Alameda Times-Star on the talking statues
in her film "The Waves," which screened at the Cannes Film
Festival in May
"Given the long history of lynching
as a word, for the killing of Emmett Till to properly stand as a symbol
for all racial violence, Mississippi white people had to have acted
in numbers greater than two."
Waldrep in his San Francisco Chronicle opinion piece, "Why it matters
how many people murdered Emmett Till"
"Every day is like a final exam."
Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom describing his job during a recent visit
to Professor Corey Cook's "California Politics and Government"