By Ray Pride Pride@moviecitynews.com

“A youth organizer ran into Boots when he was 14 and invited him to get involved in an activities day. ‘I was like “Yeah, sure,”‘ he remembers. ‘I’d planned to not even be home! But then he came by with a van full of 14-year-old girls saying, “Hey, you wanna go to the beach?” and I was like, “Yeah?” And they were like, “Okay, well first we’re gonna go support the Watsonville cannery workers’ strike!” So… I got in the van.’”

 “A youth organizer ran into Boots when he was 14 and invited him to get involved in an activities day. ‘I was like “Yeah, sure,”‘ he remembers. ‘I’d planned to not even be home! But then he came by with a van full of 14-year-old girls saying, “Hey, you wanna go to the beach?” and I was like, “Yeah?” And they were like, “Okay, well first we’re gonna go support the Watsonville cannery workers’ strike!” So… I got in the van.’” 

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