Eugenic Rubicon Main MenuIntroductionThe introductory page for Eugenic RubiconTurning People into PaperworkCreative Engagementsgenerative experiments with sterilization documentationLiving Survivors and the Case for ReparationsA fact sheet detailing the estimates for living survivors and related reparations efforts.Credits and ParticipantsLists the community that has been integral to this projectJacqueline Wernimontbce78f60db1628727fc0b905ad2512506798cac8Alexandra Minna Stern02eaf6970a5182f25b99ead86d8b2d4b0cbe5c21
Localities: Sonoma State Hospital
12017-06-18T08:11:09-07:00Jacqueline Wernimontbce78f60db1628727fc0b905ad2512506798cac8193895Interactive timeline for Sonoma State Hospitalplain2017-06-27T08:48:40-07:00Justin JoqueJacqueline Wernimontbce78f60db1628727fc0b905ad2512506798cac8Creative Engagementsgenerative experiments with sterilization documentationThe Sonoma State Hospital Site, designed by Justin Joque, uses photographs, narrative, maps, and a timeline to tell the story of the Sonoma State Hospital. This particular facility, while under the medical superintendence of Fred O. Butler, implemented the most far-reaching eugenic sterilization program in the country, sterilizing more than 5,400 people, many against their wishes. You can navigate the site from within the window below, scroll down to find the buttons for the map, timeline, and other content. For more than just quick viewing, we recommend using this site outside of the frame of this book - you can use this link or click on "source" below to view Sonoma State Hospital in a new window.
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12018-05-03T17:10:28-07:00Gianna May Sanchez88fe1aea085f30490a4e566bc543e28c5fa3f5caCalifornia InstitutionalizationGianna May Sanchez24An Examination of the History of California Institutionalizationplain4651132018-05-03T18:01:02-07:00Gianna May Sanchez88fe1aea085f30490a4e566bc543e28c5fa3f5ca