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Green Party-endorsed candidate for Governor and renowned author Luis Rodriguez appeared at De Anza College in Cupertino on Monday, April 28. Luis spoke with students in a couple of political science classes and then addressed an audience at the Campus Center patio stage at noon.
The Luis Rodriguez campaign has stood for immigrant rights, labor rights, universal health care, anti-fracking, pro-environment, closing prisons, opening schools, and ending poverty. He is the only major Latino candidate in the race and was recently endorsed by the Mexican-American Political Association (MAPA).
You can vote for a Governor you believe in. You do not have to vote for “Austerity Jerry” Brown or “Tea Party Tim” Donnelly for Governor. Luis intends to become one of the “top two” candidates who will proceed to the November general election, and confront the other parties over their policies of budget cuts, jails, deportations, and poverty in the midst of plenty.
Luis Rodriguez is the award-winning author of fifteen books in poetry, children’s literature, fiction and nonfiction, including the controversial 1993 memoir of gang life, Always Running, La Vida Loca, Gang Days in L.A.. This book has sold around a half million copies and was the subject of various banning battles in California cities such as San Jose, Fremont, Santa Rosa, Santa Barbara, and San Diego. He is co-founder of the nonprofit cultural space Tia Chucha’s Centro Cultural & Bookstore in the San Fernando Valley.
Luis’s appearance was sponsored by the De Anza Green Party club. For more information go to http://rodriguezforgovernor.org/