A visual art and history exhibit on the nonpartisan democratic process.
Join the opening reception for this visual art and history exhibit on the nonpartisan democratic process.
The inspiring story of Carmen Castillo, an immigrant Dominican housekeeper who won a seat on City Council.
An informal event with opportunities to ask questions and make comments.
Latina leaders discus their history of community organizing that led to the Gomez v. City of Watsonville lawsuit.
WATSONVILLE—Book Reading: This Bright Light of Ours: Stories from the Voting Rights Fight by Maria Gitin
Discussion about the non-violent grassroots voting rights movement, followed by a Q&A and book signing.
Enjoy a free family-friendly, bilingual community film screening and panel discussion.
Public lecture by Tim Brandon, court interpreter for Kern County Superior court.
For International Day of Families and Mother’s Day, and we’re celebrating families of all kinds.
Learn how the Gomez v. City of Watsonville case came about, was fought and won.