Community members, including teachers, students and workers, spoke out against the recent immigration raids in Santa Cruz, Watsonville and Hollister.
In response to ICE raids in Santa Cruz, Watsonville and Hollister, religious leaders held a press conference to speak about immigration.
About 75 anti-minutemen protesters claimed the intersection that in previous weeks, the racists had used to draw attention to their anti-immigrant message.
A group of racists called for an "Illegal Immigrant Protest Rally" at the Town Clock in Santa Cruz on July 22nd.
The people who do the work in a community are entitled to live with dignity and without fear of violence and deportation.
On Monday, May 1st, International Workers Day, students and workers at UC Santa Cruz walked picket lines at the base of campus and west entrance to support the rights of immigrants and all people.
Many businesses will be closed on Monday, May 1st, as Santa Cruz prepares for a May Day work strike and consumer boycott.
Thousands of students from local schools marched and rallied against HR 4437 in Watsonville.
Students share their feelings on walking-out and anti-immigrant laws, as well as the actions of fellow students, teachers, administrators and police.
After the walkout and march, I went over to Santa Cruz High and spoke to a small group of students.