Upcoming Events

No Place Like Home: The Santa Cruz Affordable Housing Crisis Report: 19 October 2017, 7-9pm
Santa Cruz Civic Auditorium
307 Church St., Santa Cruz

Free and Open to the Public; Translation and Refreshments Provided

Survey Results, Art Exhibit & Kick-off of Affordable Housing Week

This campus-community event will unveil the findings of our county-wide research on the affordable housing crisis in Santa Cruz & Watsonville. We will share the results of over 1700 surveys and interviews with local residents and how they are experiencing the housing crisis. The event also features a visual and literary art exhibit on the meanings of “home.” Finally, the event kicks off Affordable Housing Week, with a wide-range of county organizations and community groups participating in an open discussion of responses to the crisis and sharing information about strategies, campaigns and up-coming events seeking a way forward.

For more information, 
contact Darshani Alahan: likehome@ucsc.edu

 


Past Events

March 3rd 2017 – June 25th 2017: Working for Dignity Exhibition: Santa Cruz Museum of Art & History

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October 13th, 2016: No Place Like Home: The Santa Cruz Affordable Housing Crisis – Community Dialog, Arts Exhibit, and Digital Project Launch

November 19th, 2015: Working for Dignity: A Community Discussion on Raising the Minimum Wage

Working for Dignity

May 7, 2015: Working for Dignity: The Santa Cruz County Low-wage Worker Study

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March 21, 2013: Book Reading and Conversation with Saru Jayaraman

January 23, 2013: Screening of Gilbert Gonzalez’s Documentary Film Harvest of Loneliness:The Bracero Program

October 12, 2012: Workshop: “Labor, Immigration, and Changing Conceptions of Work”

February 3–4, 2012: International Conference: “Labor Across the Food System”

April 21, 2011: Lecture by Bill Fletcher, Jr.: “Right-Wing Populism and the Crisis of Organized Labor”

February 26, 2011: International Conference: “Whose City? Labor and the Right to the City Movements”

May 7–8, 2010: International Conference: “Labor & Immigration: Past & Present”

April 3, 2010: International Conference: “Bodies, Brokers & Borders: Labor Market Intermediaries & Transnational Migration”

January 23, 2010: International Conference: “Teachers’ Unions, Education, & Social Justice: from the Local to the Global”

October 7, 2009: A Reading by Internationally Acclaimed Novelist Monique Truong