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Landmark Voting Rights Victory
Gomez v. Watsonville

mayo 18, 2019 @ 2:00 pm - 16:00

Saturday May 18, 2-4 PM
Landmark Voting Rights Victory: Gomez v. Watsonville

Calle principal 275
Watsonville Civic Plaza, 4th Floor

©Samuel Torres Jr.

Moderador: Samuel Torres Jr., ex abogado del condado de Santa Cruz
Panelistas: Paule Cruz Takash, Anthropologist, and Watsonville Chronicler Daniel Dodge, MALDEF asistente legal enGomez v Watsonville, y ex alcalde
Karina Cervantez, former Mayor and UCSC Doctoral Candidate

Participant-witnesses and historians will detail how the Gomez v. City of Watsonville voting rights case came about, how it was fought and won and its lasting influence. This case challenged Watsonville’s district election system to end at-large elections and create of districts which resulted in providing a stronger voice and increased voting power to Latinos. Panelists will discuss their personal experiences and historic perspectives including contemporary impacts.

This event is free to the public and is presented in conjunction with Vote! Your Vote is Your Voice ¡Vote! Su Voto es Su Voz at Pajaro Valley Arts Gallery. The exhibit which combines the historic Black freedom movement, local Latino voting rights history and contemporary art is open Wed-Sun 11-4 PM at 37 Sudden Street, Watsonville, CA 95076.

Saturday May 18th 2:00PM – 4:00PM
Watsonville Civic Plaza Building (4th floor Community Room)
Calle principal 275
Watsonville, CA 95076


mayo 18, 2019
2:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.
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