ON THE 8-15-21 SHOW:
+++ Standing Against Sausalito Savagery with “Rough Water” Robbie Powelson
+++ Bedside Chat from “Katzenjammer” Keith McHenry
+++ “Cornerstone” Carol Denney on Destruction of “Where Do We Go?”
+++ “Backstory” Brent Adams Critiques City/County Cut-and-Run Policies
+++ A Walk Through the Greater Camp Paradise: https://www.santacruzsentinel.com/2021/08/13/not-a-place-to-call-home/
+++ Barks from the Benchlands with Darien, Marsha, Sophie, & Greg
+++ Present at the Pulverization: Woeful Watcher Wes White Documents the Razing of the Sherwood Park and Carr Lake Survival Camps in Salinas
+++ “Scope it Out” Scott Graham on “Mum’s the Word” Mayor Meyers Sneak Play Slipping in District Elections in Santa Cruz
+++ Survival Camp Days in Berkeley’s Peoples Park with Heartspeaker Hans
+++ Tasty Tidbits and Sharp Seasoning from the Volunteer Staff of Berkeley’s People’s Park Kitchen with Chef Nick & the Community of Cooks
+++ Adventures Outside the Dominant Paradigm with Cooper & Russell
+++ Plodding through Police Pawing with Marty & Bathrobespierre: Anatomy of a 72-Hour “Storage” Citation
NOTE TO BENCHLAND DEFENDERS: Santa Cruz Homeless Union is postponing its PUSH movie today, part of a campaign to pledge defense of the Benchlands and other encampments, out of caution in the wake of the new Delta virus assault.
The show will be available on HUFF archives at the Bathrobespierre’s Broadsides under Lost/Latest Shows http://www.huffsantacruz.org/Lostshows.html) as well as netcast at 9:30 AM or shortly thereafter.
Detailed written descriptions of recent shows are posted at http://huffsantacruz.org/wordpress/ (search for “Bathrobespierre’s Broadsides” on the right side of the screen). Many older audio archives are described and currently available at http://www.huffsantacruz.org/brb-descriptions.html .
Commentary by Ursula and more detailed descriptions of recent shows may also be available on the Homeless United for Friendship & Freedom Facebook page where you can also leave comments. Some of Ursula’s earlier work can be found at http://huffsantacruz.org/ursula.html.