First Person Singular

Right and wrong

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Steve Pleich reflects on a simple question of right and wrong.


Steve Pleich is a Santa Cruz resident and an advocate for people experiencing homelessness.

Shopping in Chicago

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Jane Daugherty shops in Chicago.


Jane Meredith Daugherty is a musician and letter carrier  in Santa Cruz County.

Glorious Summer

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Jane McCormick Crowley nudges us into a glorious summer.


Jane McCormick Crowley is a member of Pax Cristi International.

One good thing

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Jeri Bodemar speaks of one good thing.


Jeri Bodemar holds on to the dream of collective change.

Enough

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Olga Cossi  defines “enough.”


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

Water supply

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Steve Pleich reflects on water supply security.


Steve Pleich is a Santa Cruz resident and an advocate for responsible water use.

Cuba

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Judy Geer talks Cuba.


Judy Geer and the Raging Grannies are all members of the Santa Cruz Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom.

Busload of kids

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Olga Cossi  faces a busload of kids.


Olga Cossi, a long-time resident of Sorrento Oaks,  writes books for children and adults.

Old rocking chair

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Jeri Bodemar reflects on an old rocking chair.


Jeri Bodemar finds sustenance in practicing presence in daily moments.

Environment

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Andi Sausser has a reminder for all of us.


Andie Sausser is a 19-year-old ocean enthusiast, living in Santa Cruz. She is a student in Rachel Goodman’s Cabrillo Broadcast Writing class.