../cache/www.pdclub.org-
People's Democratic Club
Title
Priority
(Normally leave blank. Articles with numeric priorities are placed in order at the top of the page. Examples: 1, 2.5)
Expiration
(The article will be automatically archived on this date.)
Content
Categories
(Use existing categories when possible. Separate categories with commas.)
Image Upload
Image position:

Event date (Leave event fields blank if this is not an event announcement.)
Event time
Event end date
Event end time
Event location
Event color
Sample
 
This event recurs every until .
This is not a recurring event.

UsernameForgot username
PasswordForgot password
We will send you an email immediately to which you must respond
within one hour to complete your registration.
Your login name will be your first name and last name separated
with a space.
Your first name
Your last name
Your street address
Your city
Your state
Your zipcode
Your phone number
Your email address
 
Choose a password
Confirm your password
 
You can change your account settings or delete your account here.
Username
Street address
City
State
Zipcode
Phone
Email address
New Password
Confirm New Password
 

Up Close and Personal with Levi Eagle Feather

 

6:30 Thursday February 16

Democratic Headquarters, The Galleria
(ground floor behind Riverfront Theatre)
        

Trump has signed an order to continue work on the Dakota Access Pipeline!   What now for the Standing Rock Lakota Sioux?   Levi Eagle Feather will talk about Lakota traditions that have led to their resistance to the pipeline through their land and what's next for their valiant effort to save their lands from pollution.  There will be time for questions and answers.

Levi Eagle Feather is an activist and a teacher of Native American traditions and rituals and founder of the Iron Eagle Feather Project which advocates for Native American cultural revitalization

      
 
1:00-3:00
pm, Sunday February 19

      Star of the Sea Fellowship Hall
       515 Frederick Street, Santa Cruz

Let's celebrate Brian's 45 years of social and political activism in Santa Cruz County

 

§   Secretary and Past President of Peoples Democratic Club

§   Chair State Board California Rural Assistance

§   Pro Bono Award, Santa Cruz County Bar Association

§   Distinguished Service Award, Santa Cruz County Trial Lawyers  Association.

§   Democrat of the Year 2013, Santa Cruz County Democratic Party

§   Vice Chair Santa Cruz City Schools Personnel Commission

Tributes by comrades in arms
         Wine, Savori…

Current By-laws as of 2015

Proposed changes to by-laws

ARTICLE I Name

The name of this organization is the "People's Democratic Club of Santa Cruz County."

ARTICLE II Membership

Section 1. Any person who is a registered Democrat, or if ineligible to register, had declared his/her intention of so registering immediately upon becoming eligible, may become a member by paying dues to the Club. Change of party registration or non-payment of dues 90 days beyond the dues date automatically terminates membership.

Section 2. Quorum. For the purpose of voting, 10 members or a majority of all members, whichever is least, shall constitute a quorum.

Section 3. Meetings. The members of the Club sh…

 

Introduced by State Senator Kevin De Leon

Key Messages

Immigrants are part of California's heart and soul and have deep roots in our neighborhoods and communities. Trump's threat to deport 3 million people is a witch hunt targeting some of the most vulnerable Californians. Our deepest values are at stake.

Tangling our local and state governments with the dirty business of deportations is a threat to the civil rights and safety of all people. This would unleash more racial profiling, wrongful arrests, and mistreatment, further undermining trust between local communities and law enforcement.

  • We need to recognize the humanity of all people, including people ICE and Trump demonize as "criminals." Community members with arrests or convictions have al…

TRUST ACT

The Trust Act, Assembly Bill 4, went into effect on Jan. 1, 2014 and prohibits local law enforcement from detaining an individual on the basis of a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) hold after that individual becomes eligible for release from custody, unless, at the time that the individual becomes eligible for release from custody they have been convicted of specified crimes, among other specified conditions.

The Transparent Review of Unjust Transfers and Holds Act, Assembly Bill 2792, went into effect Jan. 1, 2017. Upon receiving any ICE hold, notification or transfer request, the local law enforcement agency shall provide a copy of the request to the individual and inform him or her whether the law enforcement agency intends to comply with the reques…

 

 

Fruit Tree Lovers,

Great news: on Saturday, February 4th, we'll be planting an orchard at Mike Fox Park, which is located alongside the San Lorenzo River by the Riverside Ave bridge. Please join us at 12pm for a ground-breaking ceremony, after which we'll split up into teams to plant the trees. In case of heavy rain, or if the soil is saturated from prior days of rain, the tree-planting will be delayed until the following Saturday, February 11th.

In addition to your help swinging a shovel or a pick axe, we also need your donations to make this orchard possible. As a volunteer-run, community-funded organization, we can't buy the trees, gopher baskets, soil amendments, and other supplies and equipment without your help. Whether you have $20 or $200, please giv…

File Upload
 
Use rich text editor

Multiple item entry (Return separates items)