First Person Singular

BearCAT

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Steve Pleich reflects on the BearCat and breaking the bond of trust.


Steve Pleich is a member of SCRAM! Santa Cruz Resistance Against Militarization.

Club card

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Meade Fischer says, “Just say NO.”


Meade Fischer is a writer living in Capitola.

Me

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Olga Cossi asks “Remember me?”


Olga Cossi is a writer of books for children and adults.

Youth Radio

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Ana, Tammy, and Kai share their youthful voices.

Ana De Leon, Tammy Lyu, and Kai Golden go to Santa Cruz schools.

Vision

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Linda Janakos shares her vision.


Linda Janakos’ program airs on Tuesdays at 11:30 AM on Comcast channel 27.

Glow worms

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Margie Kern-Marshall is in the dark.

Margie Kern-Marshall is a retired educator from Santa Cruz.

What about Human rights?

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Jeri Bodemar asks, “What about Human Rights?”.


Jeri Bodemar volunteers for the Earth Democracy Team of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom.

Arm chair generals

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Meade Fischer says, “It’s not a sport.”


Meade Fischer is a writer living in Capitola.

A peek at Republican governance

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John Beisner shares a peek at Republican governance.


John Beisner is a retired social studies teacher.

What’s for dinner

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Olga Cossi’s father asked, “What’s for dinner?”


Olga Cossi is a writer of books for children and adults. She lives in a senior community.