Frank Alvarado Sr. spoke out against the local “PAL Program” in Salinas, explaining that it is nothing more than a farce for the Salinas Police Department.
Mattilda spoke on a variety of topics, including gay marriage and assimilation, challenging power, and the rejection of queer youth
The military learned about the protest and thought it would be a better idea to stay away from it, rather than be the focus of the demonstration.
About 40 people crowded into the RCNV in Santa Cruz to hear Ryan Harvey perform anarchist folk music and see a premier screening of El Enemigo Común.
Caldo de Cultivo Urbano is a grassroots artistic collaboration comprised of three women. The collective was formed in 2001 at UNAM in Mexico City.
Gadabout Traveling Film Festival rolled into Santa Cruz for an evening of films, music, coloring books and zine distribution.
Workshops addressing activism and change in the local and global context, as well as keynote speeches from Daniel “Nane” Alejandrez and Nzingha Dugas.
Will Parrish, an organizer with Tent University Santa Cruz, joined me for a live-on-air interview. TUSC will take place April 18-22 at the base of UCSC.