Month: March 2017

Santa Cruz Sentinel | Thousands participate in political open house by Santa Cruz Indivisible

By Michael Todd, Santa Cruz Sentinel Community members meet local activist groups at the Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium on Saturday during the Santa Cruz Indivisible open house event. (Kevin Johnson — Santa Cruz Sentinel) SANTA CRUZ >> Grassroots upstart Santa Cruz Indivisible has grown to nearly 2,000 members since it started in January, according to a…

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Santa Cruz Sentinel | Santa Cruz County Stories: Carson Kelly was never much interested in political activism … then came Trump

By Wallace Baine, Santa Cruz Sentinel Carson Kelly’s interest in politics and philosophy dates back decades, but his political activism was spawned by November’s election of Donald Trump. (Shmuel Thaler — Santa Cruz Sentinel) Carson Kelly has a new dog. That means he’s right in the middle of the time-consuming, patience-draining task we all know as…

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February/March ’18 Newsletter

We are the Most and Least of Our History by Olwen Skogerson We have, all of us, acted from a place of which we are not proud.  Some are moments, some are periods of time for which there maybe explanations, but in the end, they left us in the desert of our own weakest and…

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