English translation below
Revolunas en colaboración con el Club Sueños del Colegio Cabrillo llevará a cabo su primer Peña “Conozca sus Derechos.” Hablaremos de qué hacer si ICE (la migra) toca a su puerta o si la policía lo detiene. Vamos a tener asistencia legal y miembros de la comunidad haciendo presentación acerca de temas de severa importancia para usted y su familia.
Habrá comida y cuidado de niñ@s!!!
Revolunas and Sueños Club will be hosting our first Peña for “Know your Rights”. This includes knowing your rights if ICE knocks on your door or being stopped by police. There will be several speakers from the community and legal representation.
What does the City of Watsonville’s Sanctuary City status mean?
Councilmember Felipe Hernandez, City of Watsonville
Ernestina is a member of the Santa Cruz Sanctuary Central and the No-Bulling Santa Cruz committee. A former undocumented immigrant herself , she works to promote social justice and equality through her participation in different associations, groups, commissions, and committees.
What an ally is. What people can do when they see raza attacked by racists or migra.
Socioemotional Counselor. Co-Founder and Chair of the Watsonville Dream Network, founding advisor of the Dream Clubs at PVHS and WHS. Life-long community member and advocate.
UCSC Students: DACA Information for students and family.
Undocumented Alliance: 3:00-3:15pm
Cop Watch Training
Rafael is a high school teacher and activist from Fresno, CA. Rafael graduated with his degree in psychology, masters degree in Cross Cultural Education and a Doctorate in Law. Rafael has served as National President of the Mexican American Political Association (MAPA) and has been a member of the Fresno Brown Berets since 2009.
“Know your rights” Workshop w/ lawyers:3:30pm-6:00pm
Dinner/Open Mic/Dancing: 6:00pm-7:00pm