In response to an endless stream of tickets from police and rangers for illegal sleeping, Santa Cruz homeless people are now engaged in an ongoing protest against the sleeping ban.
Dozens of community members gathered in Beach Flats Park for a vigil in solidarity with Elvira Arellano and all of the other families in risk of separation.
At 3pm, women and men who are service workers at UCSC organized with the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) Local 3299 initiated an informational picket for a fair labor contract.
The Santa Cruz Trash Orchestra led a noisy parade to the San Francisco Mime Troupe performance of Making a Killing, Building a New Iraq.
Three young men sat behind a table in the Baytree Plaza at UC Santa Cruz on October 22nd as part of “Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week.”
Angela Davis spoke about many topics, including growing up in Birmingham, Alabama during Jim Crow segregation.
Early in the morning of November 7th, activists opposed to UC Santa Cruz’s Long Range Development Plan launched a tree-sit in redwoods near Science Hill.
Students at UCSC have been occupying redwood trees since November 7th on Science Hill, site of a proposed Biomedical Sciences facility.
UC employees represented by AFSCME held statewide pickets at all five UC medical centers and 10 campuses.
The Navy and other branches of the military wanted to avoid dealing with the Raging Grannies, so they, closed on December 15, 2007.