First Person Singular

Rewriting the narrative

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Jeri Bodemar muses on re-writing the narrative.


Jeri Bodemar from Watsonville encourages speaking out on behalf of our grandchildren’s future.

Inequality under the law

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Steve Pleich reflects on inequality under the law.


Steve Pleich is a Santa Cruz resident and civil liberties activist.

Parenting or babysitting

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Olga Cossi  evaluates the difference between parenting and babysitting.


Olga Cossi writes books for children and adults. She lives at Sorrento Oaks.

Children

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Jan Harwood and the Santa Cruz Raging Grannies share their concerns about the recent wave of immigrant children.


Jan Harwood and the Santa Cruz Raging Grannies write and sing political, satirical, and educational songs.

Two Erikas and the key

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Sigrid McLaughlin shares her discovery of an important key.


Sigrid McLaughlin has lived in Santa Cruz since 1966.

Finding peace

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Jeri Bodemar is finding peace.


Jeri Bodemar loves to learn life lessons in her backyard Watsonville garden.

To differ or defer?

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Olga Cossi  asks, “To differ or defer?”


Olga Cossi writes books for children and adults. She lives at Sorrento Oaks.

Burr or indicator

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Russ Brutsche asks “burr or indicator?”


Russ Brutsche is a long-time Santa Cruz activist, artist and songwriter. The Water Supply Committee is open to the public. See their website for more information.

Finding My Way Through Music

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Pirate Dan the Malformed has a good reason to make music.


Pirate Dan the Malformed is  a UC Santa Cruz senior and a rapper from Lancaster whose CD is due to release this year.

Old Time Religion

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Jan Harwood and the Santa Cruz Raging Grannies present the Supreme Court version of Old Time Religion.


Jan Harwood and the Santa Cruz Raging Grannies are members of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom.