The Reproductive Rights Network of Santa Cruz
Hosts the 43rd Annual Roe v Wade Brunch
United Methodist Church, 250 California St, Santa Cruz
Saturday, January 21, 2017 – 10 am to noon
Sliding scale $10-$50. Students Free.
Advance Reservations/Donations Online, Mail, Telephone or Email:
Mail: RRN, PO Box 8305, Santa Cruz, CA 95061
Telephone: 423-2356 (Carol Fuller)
The Reproductive Rights Network is concerned that across the US abortion services and reproductive rights’ services are not always easy to access. Our speakers this year are Yamani Hernandez, Executive Director of the National Network of Abortion Funds, will inform us of the actions their organization takes to help women across the nation access services they are legally entitled to receive and Samar Azam-Yu, Executive Director of ACCESS Women’s Health Justice which operates in Oakland but whose services reach women all over California, will speak on the kinds of difficulties women in California experience accessing reproductive rights services.
For more information contact Carol Fuller email@example.com or 423-2356
The Democratic Women’s Club is hosting a program with California Secretary of Natural Resources, John Laird.
It will be held Saturday, September 17, at Louden Nelson Community Center, 301 Center Street, Santa Cruz.
Secretary Laird will speak on the California November ballot propositions. There are 17 propositions on the ballot. Secretary Laird has the history and perspective to shed light on a subject that can be very confusing to many people.
Doors open 10 am. Program begins at 10:30 am.
Co-sponsored by the People’s Democratic Club, The Santa Cruz County Democratic Party, and the Crosson North County Democratic Club.
Saturday, May 21, 2016
SCPD Community Room, 155 Center St, Santa Cruz
10 am Social – 10:30 Program
Every two years, voters in the City of Santa Cruz, Live Oak, Soquel, the north coast and surrounding areas elect members of the Santa Cruz Port Commission who govern a harbor that was built with local tax dollars, along with state and federal funds, over 50 years ago. The local tax money is gone but the harbor continues to play a central role in our community’s economy and its identity, not to mention the fact that it’s home to many environmental non-profits, is a flash point for some controversies and is base camp for lots of ocean recreation.
O’Neill Sea Odyssey Executive Director, Dan Haifley will discuss the harbor, its history and its role in our politics at our May 21st meeting at 10 am in the SCPD Community Room.
The DWC endorsed Measure S at our March 19th endorsement meeting. Measure S is a revenue measure to provide funding to refurbish our library system. Now we have a chance to pitch in and get it passed. Learn more about it at www.ourlibrariesourfuture.org.
The yard signs are here and we are looking for locations throughout the county. If you have a spot where they will have good visibility would you contact Carol Fuller at firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to include your address. If you can find another location or two with friends or family. Please let me know, and of course, I need name and address.
Carol Fuller, 2015–2016 DWC President