Tag Archives: Centro del Pueblo

Cooperation Humboldt and Centro del Pueblo create Sanctuary Garden

Cooperation Humboldt and Centro del Pueblo create Sanctuary Garden

Cooperation Humboldt and Centro del Pueblo recently began stewardship of the Community Garden. They are now caring for the wonderful native plants, fruit trees, herbs and perennials that Open Door Community Health Centers planted during the years that they tended the garden.

Bayside Corners: It’s all about food in beautiful Bayside

Everything seems to be about food in my Bayside news these days… here is a smattering of what’s going on. Bayside Trio Café, across from Jacoby Creek School, was finally able to re-open now that we are back in the red zone. The new owners took charge of the business just a couple of months

County sanctuary law briefing turns contentious

Daniel Mintz Mad River Union ​HUMBOLDT – A boilerplate report to Humboldt County supervisors on compliance with the Measure K sanctuary ordinance unexpectedly reopened debate on the local law’s effects. ​Sheriff’s Office officials reported on compliance with state and local sanctuary laws at the June 23 Board of Supervisors meeting. Measure K was approved by

Arcata Playhouse presents 2019 Zero to Fierce Festival

Arcata Playhouse  ARCATA – From Monday, March 4 through Sunday, March 10,  Playhouse Arts presents the Third Annual 02F: Zero To Fierce Festival. This week-long event celebrating creative womxn in our community is centered around International Women’s Day on Friday, March 8.   Co-Director Jacqueline Dandeneau has been working hard to produce a memorable event.

Arcata woman released from detention

Mad River Union ARCATA – Claudia Portillo, an undocumented Arcata resident and mother of four daughters, has been granted release on a $12,000 bond after seven months in a federal detention center, and community members are arranging to help pay for her release. In a June 18 hearing in San Francisco Federal Immigration Court, Judge

Renee Saucedo: Confronting white supremacy in Humboldt

I join the rest of the country in denouncing the racist violence in Charlottesville, Va. last weekend [Aug. 12]  and mourn the brutal killing of a young woman. Those of us who live in Humboldt County may not feel overwhelmingly concerned about the public presence of Neo-Nazis and white supremacists. After all, in “liberal” California,