First Person Singular

Solar

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Steve Pleich reflects on the need for leadership on solar energy.


Steve Pleich is a Santa Cruz resident and ardent environmentalist

Teaching

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Million shares a teaching .


Million is an inmate at Salinas Valley State Prison.

Contains nuts

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Meade Fischer warns that Santa Cruz contains nuts.


Meade Fischer is a writer living in Capitola.

Being down

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Olga Cossi asks what it means to be down.


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

People matter

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Laurie Corn says, “People matter.”


Laurie Corn is a writer living in Zayante.

Walk in beauty

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Jeri Bodemar speaks about walking in beauty.


Jeri Bodemar holds the vision of a renewed world.

Snapshots

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Oscar shares his snapshots.


Oscar is an inmate at Salinas Valley State Prison.

Mothers

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Mary Ann Molloy speaks to unrecognized mothers.


Mary Ann Molloy lives in Santa Cruz. Herpiece was read by Margie Kern-Marshall.

Before and after

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Randle found out what really matters to him.


Randle is an inmate at Salinas Valley State Prison.

First day of school

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Terrance recalls the first day of school.


Terrance is an inmate at Salinas Valley State Prison.