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Watsonville Peace & Unity March on 10/10

For the love of our mothers, stop the violence!

Por el amor de nuestras madres, paren la violencia!
JOIN THE 11TH ANNUAL WATSONVILLE PEACE & UNITY MARCH

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2004
Meet at the City Plaza (Off Main Street) at 10am!

March Begins: 10:00am
Peace Rally: 1:00pm to 5:00pm

POETRY * MARIACHI * AZTEC DANCERS * SPEAKERS * LIVE BANDS & MUCH MORE!

Over the last 11 years, more than 58 residents of our community have lost their lives to violence. When will it end? As a community, it is vital to remain proactive and send a united and positive message into all our homes and neighborhoods.

Enough of the violence! We need to make a demand for peace and unity!

We cannot be waiting for the next victim of violence!

JOIN US FOR OUR 11-YEAR ANNIVERSARY OF CHAMPIONING FOR PEACE & UNITY!

TOGETHER WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE FOR OUR FUTURE GENERATIONS!

* * * * *

For more information call:
Tomas Alejo (831) 465-6951 or
Jose Sanchez (831) 206-5122

Sponsored by the Watsonville Peace & Unity Coalition & The Watsonville Brown Berets,

Co-sponsored by The Santa Cruz County Drug and Alcohol Prevention Program.

In Memoriam Of:

1) Jessica Cortez, 9

2) Jorge Cortez, 16

3) Tony Valdivia, 19

4) Victor Simental, 23

5) Mike Echeverria, 22

6) Mariana Zavala, 14

7) Andres Rodriguez, 43

8) Benny Casares, 21

9) Edgar Chacon, 16

10) Augustin Jacobo, 16

11) Jose Hernandez, 16

12) Servando Renteria, 21

13) Jose Antonio Torres, 16

14) Gloria Hassemer, 42

15) Oscar Perez, 14

16) Benny Casares, 21

17) Jose 'Pepe' Garcia, 22

18) Sergio Romo, 19

19) Ulysses Huante, 18

20) Alejandro Alex Lopez, 19

21) Valdemar Biddlecome, 19

22) Lucio Garcia, 16

23) Gregorio Ramirez, 26

24) Dalila S. Wilson, 19

25) Leticia Coronado, 38

26) Joel Arrellano, 19

27) Jesus Fernandez, 2

28) Kelly Chilcote, 58

29) David Douglas, 57

30) Luis Fernando Gomez, 27

31) Esteban Herrera, 19

32) Juan Rodriguez, 23

33) Ricky Romero, 17

34) Salvador Rocha, 18

35) Alejandro Fernandez, 22

36) Cecilia Fernando Rocha, 30

37) Tiburcio Moreno Gomez, 39

38) Gabriel Cesar, 18

39) Manuel Almieda, 19

40) Larry Lopez, 23

41) Justin Black, 17

42) David Chiota, 58

43) Humberto Lopez, 25

44) Kelly Ann Reber, 21

45) Heather Nicole Pereira, 25

46) Jose Enrique Perez, __

47) Julio Ayala Mendez, 42

48) Mauricio Cruz, 35

49) Fernando Balderas, 28

50) Wayne Carey, 37

51) Narinderpaul Singh Dhillon, 19

52) Alfred Leyva Garcia, 42

53) Barry Fuentes Batad, 40

54) Ricardo Marin Guzman, 30

55) Omar Trejo, 29

57) Ramon Villegas, 45

58) Maria Guadalupe Fernandez, 7

+ All other victims of violence

For the love of our mothers, stop the violence!

Por el amor de nuestras madres, paren la violencia!
 
 


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they died how?

Were these people killed from gang violence? were they gang members or killed in the crossfire? or were they by cops? or just violence in general?

guessing that some of them were gang related... it's time for the gang members to realize that they need to stop battling each other and join together to fight the powers that be. they have used divide and conquer very well... can't you see it? join together and rise up against the military-industrial complex that is intentionally under-funding and under-educating your kids in school so they'll have more cannon fodder later.

stop playing the roles the elites have assigned you... ask yourselves, what would che do? do that.
 

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