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PUBLISHED IN THE CABRILLO VOICE, MARCH, 2017 On December 8, 2017, 200 concerned community members filled Cabrillo’s room 450, to participate in a forum discussing the recent election and it’s aftermath. Helping to organize the event were Cabrillo teachers Michael Mangin, 61, and Nick Rowell, 34. According to Rowell, the most amazing part of the … Continue reading The Efficacy Of Protest
Published in the Cabrillo Community College Voice, March 2017 At an intimate gathering Tuesday night, Democrat Zach Friend, one of five Santa Cruz County supervisors, issued a “call to action”. He urged California progressives to ignore what is going on in Washington DC, and focus on creating progressive state-run programs that would set the example … Continue reading Santa Cruz County Supervisor Urges Local Political Action