10:30 a.m. July 29
Sliding scale: $50-$100
The DWC will host Brunch with Bill Monning a fundraiser, on July 29. Location and menu information coming soon.
If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, contact Carol Fuller at firstname.lastname@example.org or 831-423-2356. A $250 sponsorship gets 2 tickets to the event. Thank you to following folks who are joining Carol in sponsoring this event:
Judy Warner, Cynthia Mathews, Stephanie Harlan, Joyce Nordquist
Moira Leigh, Gail and George Ow, Les Gardner, Marcella Hall and
Supervisor Ryan Coonerty will discuss the “Response to the Trump Agenda” during a program from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Saturday, May 20 in the Santa Cruz Police Department Community Room, 155 Center St. Hear what local and state officials can do to combat the right-wing attack on our environment, immigration protections, education, and a host of civil rights threats. Coonerty serves as the Third District Supervisor for Santa Cruz County, which includes the city of Santa Cruz, parts of Live Oak, and the North Coast. He was elected to the Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors in 2014 after having served eight years on the Santa Cruz City Council, including two terms as mayor.
10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Saturday, April 29
Santa Cruz Police Department Community Room
155 Center Street, Santa Cruz
State Sen. Bill Monning (D-17) will be joined by Leslie Conner, executive director of Santa Cruz Community Health Centers, to discuss California’s response to the effort to change in the Affordable Care Act. House Speaker Paul Ryan says Obamacare is now the “law of the land” after Republicans in Congress failed to replace the landmark legislation. But what’s next?
Thanks to everyone who joined in the Santa Cruz March for Science on Earth Day on Saturday, April 22. There were several thousand in attendance on the march from Santa Cruz City Hall or San Lorenzo Park. DWC members were glad to join members of the Santa Cruz Women’s March, People’s Democratic Club and others to keep up the resistance!
Former Santa Cruz Mayor Don Lane, a member of the Housing Advocacy Network, gave a talk to Democratic Women’s Club members at Louden Nelson Community Center on Saturday, March 25.. Over 30 local nonprofits, unions, political organizations, community advocacy groups, and nonprofit affordable housing developers across the political spectrum have joined to support the development of more affordable housing in our county. Lane makes the case in that in order to create more housing options for the community, residents need to “say yes” as housing projects come up for approval. Read more at scchousingadvocacynetwork.com and watch a video from Don’s talk (below) or on our Facebook page.
Don Lane short video