8 thoughts on “FREEDOM SLEEPERS BLOG

  1. Tuesday, August 25th,
    5:00pm – Begins and dinner is served!
    6:00pm – General Assembly (meeting)
    9:00pm – Snacks & Sandwiches
    10:00pm – City Hall ground close, SLEEP
    7:30am – Coffee & Breakfast
    8:30am – Ends

    Portable showers, towels, soap, shampoo and conditioner will be available.

    Keith McHenry will be cooking up a storm for dinner! Please come and volunteer to cut up veggies for Keith to cook!

    Warm clothing and some blankets also available for those with no homes and if sleeping at city hall with us.

    Why?
    Protest the Sleeping and Camping Ban
    Stop Criminalization of the Homeless
    Stop the Inhumane laws!

    *Sleeping outside is against the law in Santa Cruz!

    Whether or not you have a home now YOU can help those experiencing homelessness!

    What to Bring: a tarp, a sleeping bag and/or blankets and a pillow.

    If you don’t want to sleep with us and want to contribute, please bring blankets and sleeping bags for the Homeless.

    Volunteer to help in our nonviolent, peaceful protest!

    Contact @ 1-800-884-1136 or Rabbi Posner: chatrabbi@aol.com

    Together we can make a difference to end suffering!

  2. Keep up the good fight,You all shall rest your heads safely. Laguna Beach is fighting hard for ours.Thank you

  3. The Homeless Dharma Network (HDN), from the beginning, also endorses Freedom Sleepers. In addition to attending Freedom Sleeper Campouts/Sleep-ins, as the Founder I have also informed other Buddhist orgs and Centers of the Freedom Sleepers efforts to end the criminalization of the homeless. We have also recently published an article in a Buddhist e-journal announcing and advocating for Freedom Sleepers, the end to the Sleeping Ban, Stay Away Orders and other inhumane City Ordinances. We pray each night that the Sleeping Ban is ABOLISHED!

  4. Nice website. For those who’d like to follow the events and the sleepout and the background of the issues, go to indybay.org/santacruz and search for “Norse” or “Posner”. We’ve been posting regular announcements and accounts there.

  5. Nice to have a site I can actually get to. My cyber navigation skills are often dubious.

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