Children of the Love

Co-presented by California Historical Society and San Francisco Travel

For decades, Northern California has been Ground Zero for countercultural communities, rejecting conventional suburbia in favor of individualism and personal freedom. But what happens to children with this background, growing up amid such unorthodox family dynamics? Three Bay Area authors with recent memoirs meet on the summer solstice to discuss their experiences growing up in the shadow of the Summer of Love. Moderated by Gabe Meline of KQED Arts.

This program is part of San Francisco's 50th anniversary celebration of the Summer of Love.