Tag: Immigration

Immigration in America: A story many have heard– with data almost no one knows.

Today we look at the border wall. A subject on all of America’s mind, the wall has been an entity of controversy on all sides. Two sides claim it’s flawed: for some the wall represents a militarization of otherness– an arbitrary divide in the sand which can mean life and death for those we have…
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See ARRT Exhibit (Artists Respond and Resist Together) Online!

You can now see the ARRT Exhibit ONLINE– (Artists Respond and Resist Together) at Museo Eduardo Carrillo. The show was on display at RCNV from July 3- August 18.  Spread the word! Also on continuing display are photos by Bob Fitch, former RCNV staff member and noted photojournalist who chronicled the Civil Rights and UFW…
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Feb. 24 “A Political Reading of the Life of Jesus,” with George Baldwin

Sunday, Feb. 24, 2 p.m., at Trinity Presbyterian Church, 420 Melrose, Santa Cruz George Baldwin is author of “A Political Reading of the Life of Jesus.” Baldwin was a local pastor for twelve years and a seminary professor for fourteen years. He felt called to live in voluntary poverty and lived in Nicaragua from 1984…
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