Three members of the Sacramento area chapter of The Raging Grannies – Joan Kelly, left, Dorothy Orolin and Billie Hamilton – sing a song about human rights at a recent homeless rally.
Three members of the Sacramento area chapter of The Raging Grannies – Joan Kelly, left, Dorothy Orolin and Billie Hamilton – sing a song about human rights at a recent homeless rally. Lezlie Sterling
Three members of the Sacramento area chapter of The Raging Grannies – Joan Kelly, left, Dorothy Orolin and Billie Hamilton – sing a song about human rights at a recent homeless rally. Lezlie Sterling

I Care: From Raging Grannies – with love

February 01, 2015 09:42 PM

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