Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Crescent Remembrance

We took a ride to the north, a group of activists concerned with human decency. We went to mark a remarkable event. On this day in 2013 over 30,000 people in the prison system of California went on strike. Other states had prisoners join in to make it the largest prisoner strike in history. They were and are fighting for their humanity. Their right to not be tortured by the state. Their right to be fed decently. Their right not to incriminate themselves by debriefing.They were demanding that they be treated as human beings. We came to remember that day and to tell those that remain entombed in that dungeon that they are not forgotten, their struggle is not in vain. We were part of actions around the state. for more info go to this blog

Sunday, July 6, 2014

A Fifth of Fair Wages

We put on Another Full Day of music and education out in front of the Gazebo. Thanks to Jessie and Robert and Turtle and Guitar Dan an Sarah Torres and Electric Bill for providing the Music. All local musicians that give of their talents to help improve the community, thank you. Thank you also to the people that helped table and register voters and just hung out and talked. It was a long weekend but a fun one.

Friday, July 4, 2014

Fair Wage Fourth

Went fourth into the darkness to bring music and entertainments to the masses at the behest of the Fair Wage Folks.
We had a concert in old town with good music and good fun. A few dirt bags here and there but we had fun. We helped one little boy find his mother and one care giver find a little girl that wandered away. Is there anything the Fair Wage Folks Can't do? Hope to see people out at Art's Alive Saturday.