UCSC Coalition Rallies Against Budget Cuts, Fee Hikes and Layoffs
On May 28th, students, staff, workers, and faculty rallied at the base of UC Santa Cruz campus to protest the administration's decision to cut Community Studies
Sheriff Visits DQU; Elders, Students and Supporters Prepare for Possible Raid
On Sunday, March 30th, a group of about 15 people drove from Santa Cruz to DQU in support of DQU students, elders, land and future generations.
Hatred and Ignorance on Display for “Islamo-Fascism Awareness Week”
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."
UCSC Charged With Disadvantaging Students, Faculty and Workers of Color
On June 6th, UC Santa Cruz students and workers held multiple rallies and confronted Chancellor Denice Denton to demand affirmative diversity on campus.
Angela Davis and Others Advocate to Abolish the Death Penalty
In conjunction with the Statewide Day of Action Against the Execution of Kevin Cooper, there was a panel discussion featuring Angela Davis on Tuesday, February 3, 2004, at UCSC's Merrill Dinning Hall. The room was packed with people that want to free Kevin Cooper, Abolish the Death Penalty, and Shut Down the Prison System.
Reverend James Lawson Jr Speaks in Santa Cruz
James Lawson Jr. discussed his years as an activist for civil rights and human rights during UC Santa Cruz's annual Martin Luther King Jr. Convocation.