Pasadena, California

Hollis Potts

Hollis Potts graduated from UC Berkeley where he worked as a researcher for the UC Berkeley Center for Right Wing Studies where he developed an openly accessible archive of right wing literature, summaries of critical events, and biographies of political figures in the years spanning 1945-1970 with the intention of deepening the historical analysis of the American right wing. He is a researcher, archivist, educator, and urbanist who has worked on projects with the Internet Archive and the Southern Poverty Law Center, and has taught at public high schools in the Bay Area and Los Angeles. He is committed to equitable urban development and believes that criminalization is strongly linked to urban planning and development. In his free time, he enjoys cooking, bike rides, and reading novels.

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