Thursday, December 10, 2009

A Peacefull Protest

The temerature was about 30 degrees. Driving home last night past the Eureka City Hall, I saw about a dozen people on the sidewalk on 5th street in front of City Hall with signs in protest of the closing tarp city.

I got this from Jack Nounnan:
A report of this ongoing People Project effort

Continuing Encampment At City Hall For People Without Homes.

We will continue with our encampment before City Hall for those who need shelter from this bitter cold front... as temperatures dip to the low 20's. We know that without some cover and even with blankets, many are being driven to keep walking entire nights, their only hope to just survive!

We begin setting up at 5:30 to 6:00 each day and welcome all to come support our encampment for the right to be left in peace to continue fulfilling dire daily human needs.

To all receiving this message: Tell others and come visit with us
We need your presence and your calls to this Çity Çouncil - to do their job!
Eureka City Council members: One message for all 707- 441-4172

1 comment:

  1. It sounds like some portable propane space heaters could be well used at this time.


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