Bathrobespierre’s Broadsides 5-6-21 show netcasts 6 PM at Attorney Robert Landyeer on the Santa Barbara Struggle; Wes White from Salinas, and more…

The show is slated to go out tonight at 6 PM on the net at
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xxx Attorney and Social Justice Activist Robert Landyeer on the History of the Committee for Social Justice to help out RV tow victims

xxx Landyeer on the Santa Barbara population make-up and its impact on the homeless community.

xxx  Wes White on Mobilizing with Agents of Change and Community Before Cops to Pressure Politicians to Respect People and Property in “Clean-Up” Sweeps

xxx  A Walk Through San Lorenzo Park at the Noon Eviction Deadline

Revving Up the Resistance outside the Red Church 5 PM Friday May 7th: Fighting TOLO-3 and Supporting the Benchlands Encampment through the Court Injunction and Elsewise

HUFF meets Thursday 5-6-21 at 11 AM at the Sub Rosa Courtyard, next to the Bike Church noon Thursday May 6th: New Deadline for the Upper San Lorenzo Camp Residents; May 11th: TOLO 3; May 13th: Court Hearing on Benchlands Fate

Agenda Prospects  for Tomorrow’s  (5-6) Meeting
       +++ Mother’s Day Tabling Downtown in Support of Homeless Mom Resistance ? 
      +++ San Lorenzo Benchlands Encampment Polling, and Organizational Contacts organizing Survival Camps Across the City
      +++ Preparation for the May 11th TOLO-3 Santa Cruz city Council Attack on the Poor  and the Federal Court’s May 13th Likely Eviction Deadline
      +++ Hooking up with Encampment Contacts Around the City
      +++ Coastal Commission Check-In and Monitoring Illegal “Parking Limitation” Sign Placements Against Vehicular Residents

      +++ Local Laura’s Law (aka “Needles on Wheels”) Working Group –Sending a Sharp Message to the Supes

      +++ Updates Wanted on the Felker St., Harvey West, and Hiway 1/9 Encampments

      +++ Public Records Updates on Bathrooms, Making Public Citizen Claims, and Organizing Public Postings

      +++ Chico and Carter (L.A.) Decision Updates  Chico: See Passarounds L.A.:   (12 Minutes into the audio file)

      +++ New Street Spirits and Street Sheets available at the meeting !   

      +++ Down Again, Up Again!  Bathrobespierre’s Broadsides Shows on the HUFF website– /

      Likely coffee and crunchables.   Predicted weather in the Sub Rosa Courtyard:  Cool, but Sunny.

Bathrobespierre’s Broadsides archived at and netcasting 9:30 AM -3 PM 5-2-21 Wes White on Salinas, Benchlands Banter, Voices from Seattle and Stockton, Keith Fields Questions, Cherie Punches the PillPushers; Flashback to 2-20-2014

The show will be available on HUFF archives at the Bathrobespierre’s Broadsides under Lost/Latest Shows  as well as netcast at 9:30 AM. 

Detailed written descriptions of recent shows are at  (search for “Bathrobespierre’s Broadsides” on the right side of the screen).  Many older audio archives are described and currently available at .  
Commentary by Ursula and more detailed descriptions of recent shows can be found on the Homeless United for Friendship & Freedom
Facebook page where you can leave comments.  Still struggling to find a good way to post Ursula’s Utterances on the HUFF website–don’t hold your breath.

A Flashback description page is at .

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xxx “Whip the Wicked” Wes White defends his optimism regarding recent Salinas politician palaver.

xxx  4-29 Bits of Benchlands Banter from Roaming Monitors Jeremy and Chris
xxx Even the small well-managed Oakland RV camp under assault in Oakland:

xxx Ryan from Seattle Answers the Call to Protest in the Friday False Alarm in San Lorenzo

xxx Fred from Stockton Found Work, Lodging, and a Friendly Community in the Park

xxx Oakland’s Cob on Wood Encampment also faces threat:

xxx  Former Freedom Sleeper and VideoJournalist Israel Dawson Looks Back.  His earlier protest video at
xxx  Unchecked unaccountable police murders still going strong after Chauvin’s conviction

xxx  “Can’t Catch my Breath” Keith McHenry Fields Criticism and Praise on the SC Union’s “Wait for Benchlands” Organizing Strategy at the 4-29 HUFF meeting + many other updates
xxx  “Shit me Not!” Cherie on Home Invasion, Seizure, Deportation, and False Drugging by the Mental Health Helpers

FLASHBACK TO February 20, 2014
xxx Co-Host “Travelin'” Tom Noddy Reviews the History of the Voluntary Street Performers Guidelines–crushed by City Council ordinances and its impact on high quality performers in Santa Cruz:

xxx “Dead-on” David Silva on New National Help for Vets and Silva’s Experience in the Secret Radioactive Spraying in Vietnam

xxx Misty-eyed Doc Mike on Shelter Challenges for the Older Folks

Gather 8:00 AM Monday May 3  at San Lorenzo Duck Pond to Support The Homeless Encampment Being Displaced by City Police
Check out the weekly HUFF meeting  Thursday May 6th 11 AM at 703 Pacific (the Sub Rosa next to the Bike Church] for musing, masticating, and meandering on how to expose and undo anti-homeless shenanigans by authorities public and private.  Or at least to howl at the darkness.
Conspire for Justice with a community opposed to likely spring sweeps may be meeting 5 PM Friday May 7th on the lawn at the Red Church at Cedar and Lincoln.  Contact Keith McHenry at 575-770-3377 for more info.  Also contact him to help with a Survey of Homeless Encampments he’s making to determine a possible positive response to threatened police expulsion in the weeks ahead.

Rally to Defend the Dignity of Those Outside in San Lorenzo Park and Elsewhere 5-3-21

Come to San Lorenzo Park Duck Pond Monday 8 AM May 3rd

  • Mass demonstration demanding justice and housing for those outside.
  • Shelters and the Benchlands camp sites are full.
  • Those in tents  in the Upper Park face arrest and property seizure.
  • Demonstrate our Community’s Concern Again to Witness and Assure Fair Treatment.
  • No Evictions Without Adequate Alternative Living Space.
  • The COVID crisis is not over.  Stand Up for Those Who Have No Place to Go !
  • Challenge the City Manager’s False “Plenty of Shelters” Narrative
  • Stop the City Staff ‘s Drive to Force Homeless Folks Out of Sight and Out of Town

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