“Truth to Tell” Writing workshop for teen girls sponsored by The Cambridge Women’s Center Cambridge, MA April 19, 2006, - p.m.
STRONG AT THE HEART: Survivor Activism Kirkland House Junior Common Room Harvard University Cambridge, MA sponsored by Take Back the Night Committee and the Coalition Against Sexual Violence April 5, 2006, - p.m. Pacific Connect for Kids Online book chat with Susan Phillips Archived at Connect for Kids April 3, 2006, p. Book event with Akaya Windwood, Staci Haynes, and Maria Gonzalez Barrons at Black Oak Books Berkeley, CA April 2, 2006, am – pm Keynote Speaker, “The Healing Power of Words” with Molly Fisk Twelfth Annual Northern California Child Sexual Abuse Awareness Conference Davis, CA March 30, 2006, - p.m. The Morning Show, KHUM, 104.7 and 104.3 FM, Ferndale, California.
feaured speaker STRONG AT THE HEART A Community Celebration of Women and Men Healing from Sexual Abuse Instituto Familiar de la Raza 2919 Mission St. Featured speaker Writers in the Afternoon Humboldt County Public Library Main Library Meeting Room May 2 and May 15, 2006, 9 a. guest interview The Good Life Show with Jesse Dylan Listen live online or on Sirus channel 114. PST Author interview on “Murray in the Morning” KQMS Redding, California April 22, 2006, - p.m. Through the Eyes of Women, KHSU, 90.5 FM, Arcata, California.
Neighborhood Scout® uses the official government designation for neighborhoods - the census tract.
Census tracts are small, relatively permanent subdivisions of a county that are defined by the U. Census Bureau in conjunction with local authorities all across the country to define real neighborhoods that are bounded to contain areas with homogeneous population characteristics (including economic status, lifestyle, and living conditions).
The trees towered above them, limbs etched in black against the night sky. Here, farmers tend to the nation’s largest, albeit largely underground, marijuana-growing industry.
He steered his pickup down a narrow path of mud and rocks, and parked in front of a trailer. Last year, legal California sales alone were valued at $2.7 billion, according to The Arc View Group, a marijuana market research firm.
As wilderness pulsed around them, she ran through the possibilities. They peek over small towns and dip into valleys, sheathing the three remote Northern California counties that make up the Triangle — Humboldt, Trinity, and Mendocino — in silence.