Sunday’s Bathrobespierre’s Broadsides Radio Stream July 14th, 2019 at 9:30 AM-3 PM: Trading Barks with the Rightwingster Recall and Library Burial in Town; Hard Conditions at the River St. Campground; Flashback to April 12, 1996

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Some of Today’s Line-Up:

  • Recall the Progressives: A Visit to the Police Community Room’s Organizational Meeting
  • Glover’s Responds to the Recall ( “An Open Letter to Santa Cruz”
  • Smiles and Scowls at Cynthia Mathews’ “Downtown Forward” proposal to Return to the Parking Garage/Library “Blend”
  • Peripheral Debates With the Mathews Crowd
  • Superheated Tents, Icky Drinking Water, Showers Still Not In Place–Concerns of the River St. Camp Folks
  • Is Susie O’Hara Playing Hide-n-Go-Seek from Santa Cruz Homeless Union Monitor Alicia Kuhl?

  • Flashing Back to April 12,1996:
  • The Shady Origin of the Homeless (Lack of) Service Center’s Page Smith Community House 
  • Critiqueing the Barbara Riverwomon/Sherry Conable New Brighton Beach Homeless Camp and Council’s Subsequent Surrender to Community Bigotry (Shades of 2019!)
  • Clips from the “Cut and Run” City Council of that Era Around the New Brighton Beach Campground Proposal
  • Skidmark Bob Duran Reports on an Oakland Free Radio Berkeley Hearing, local anti-Prison Protest,
  • Skidmark on Resisting Music Censorship even as the Handcuffs Come Out
  • Attorney Catnip Kate Weills: Police Blanket Seizures at the City Hall Sleepers Protest and City Attorney Featherbedding
  • More from the Santa Cruz City Council’s Burial of the New Brighton Beach Homeless Camp Shutdown
  • Councilmember Celia Scott’s Council Moves in Defense of Homeless Activists and Musicians
  • Night Owl Calls in From the Berkeley Court on the Free Radio Berkeley Hearing

Stony Sighs from the Shadows  edited by Bathrobespierre Robert
  • DIRECT ACTION TO RELIEVE SUFFERERS AND STAFF ALIKE AT THE LOCKED LOUDEN NELSON BATHROOMS  2 PM Tomorrow July 8th at Louden Nelson Center (Laurel and Center) Where Only the Privileged in “Programs” can Pee and Poo…for now!
  • WILL RAIDS START TODAY (7-14)?  If you spot ICE in Santa Cruz, call the local Rapid Response Network Hotline: 831-239-4289.
  • Join the “Less Crap, More Crappers” DIRECT ACTION Followup July 15th Monday at Louden Nelson Center 2 PM to Restore Public Restroom Access There in the interests of Health, Fairness, and Dignity.
  • Support Alternative Survival Camps and Squats in the Wake of the City Council “Away on Vacation” Abdication as Homeless People Face Police Lies and Turn-Aways from Shelter.
  • Join the Ross Camp Lawsuit Seeking Damages–Whether you were at Ross Camp or Not: Protect Survival Camps Everywhere! Contact Barracuda Mama at 831-431-7766 or Visit the Union of the Homeless table 4-6 PM at the Saturday and Sunday Food Not Bombs Meals at the Main Post Office
  • Donate to Existing Homeless Encampments, NOT Poverty-Pimp Posturers– Survival Demands Blankets, Water, Tarps, Portapotties & Trash Pick-Up’s–and Deter Police Harassment by being On Call to Document It.
  • Additional Needs for Community Samaritans!–More Needs: Potable Water for Drinking and Grey Water for Washing, Laundry Access so Clothes Don’t Mildew, a Drainage System Against the Rains, More Space in Additional Spots, Less Cop Crackdowns
  • Support Food Not Bombs,  the Warming Center’s Day/Night Storage Program, HUFF, Conscience and Action, Santa Cruz Union of the Homeless documenting, providing resources, & publicizing the situation.

  •  Check out The Santa Cruz Community, Santa Cruz Homeless Advocates & Homeless Outside in Santa Cruz, Monterey County Homeless Advocates, SNAIL, HEART Disabled Homeless People,  & Power Surge Tenants Rights on Facebook
  •   Exchange information with other supporters there to generate more communication and better solutions in the future.
  •   Listen in to Bathrobespierre’s Broadsides at Thursdays 6-8 PM, Sundays 9:30 AM- 3 PM
  •   If you must, expropriate items from chain stores.  Don’t steal from vulnerable fellow homeless or local businesses!