Thursday, October 19, 2017

Inside America's Largest Right Wing Militia

Barbarians in Suits

I found this very interesting on another blog.

Tuesday, October 10, 2017

Man Rapes, "Marries" 12 Year Old Step Daughter

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Man Arrested For Allegedly 'Marrying' Stepdaughter at Age 12, Holding Her Captive For 19 Years At
Deborah Hastings
Inside Edition October 9, 2017

An arrest has been made in the strange saga of a woman who told FBI agents her stepdad had kidnapped her at age 12 and held her captive for 19 years.
Henri Michele Piette, 62, was arrested last week in Mexico and extradited to Oklahoma, where he was charged with rape, child abuse  and other offenses, The Oklahoman reported.
Rosalynn Michelle McGinnis, now 33, said she was able to escape last year from a filthy tent with eight of her nine children. She made her way to a U.S. Embassy, investigators said in court documents, the paper reported.
Her eldest child is grown and escaped before her, she said. They have since been reunited, she said.
In an interview with People magazine, McGinnis said she was speaking publicly because “I want the world to know. I want him to be stopped and I want justice to be served.”
She was beaten with a baseball bat, raped, stabbed, shot and choked unconscious during nearly two decades with Piette, she said.
He has been charged in Wagoner County. He “married” her in a van after kidnapping her from school, she told investigators. Her mother had left Piette because he beat her and the mom and daughter were living in a women’s shelter, McGinnis said.
McGinnis and Piette’s children were dragged across states including Texas, Montana and Arizona, according to FBI agents.
Ultimately, they landed in Mexico, where they lived in a tent in a remote village.
After 19 years of abuse, and recovering from a crude surgery to remove her gallbladder, McGinnis decided it was now or never.
“I knew that if I didn’t get out of there,” she told the magazine. “I’d either go insane or I would end up dying and leaving my kids with that man.”
Back in the U.S., McGinnis has been working the JAYC Foundation, Inc., a nonprofit began by Jaycee Dugard, who was abducted at age 11 in South Lake Tahoe, Calif., before she was rescued after 18 years.
She also has been helped by the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
“It took a lot of courage. It took a lot of bravery,” Robert Lowery, vice president of missing children for the organization, told the publication.
“She wasn’t only concerned for herself,” he said, “but for her children.”

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Man Rapes Child Then Given Joint Custody of Their Child

Man accused of raping 12-year-old girl given joint custody of her child
Christopher Mirasolo

SANILAC COUNTY, Mich. — A Michigan man who allegedly raped a girl when she was 12 years old and got her pregnant has been given joint custody of her child.
Christopher Mirasolo, 27, is accused of raping the victim and getting her pregnant in September 2008, according to The Detroit News. He was 18 and she was 12.
The victim’s attorney, Rebecca Kiessling, says Mirasalo lured the victim, her 13-year-old sister and a friend into his car and took them to a vacant home in Michigan and held them captive for two days before releasing them.
Inside the home, Mirasolo forcibly raped and threatened to kill the victim, Kiessling says.
Mirasolo was arrested a month later and sentenced to one year in jail for attempted third-degree criminal sexual conduct. He served roughly half the time before he was released to care for his sick mother.
In 2010, Mirasolo was convicted of the assault of another child and given four years in jail.
According to The Detroit News, after a paternity test showed Mirasolo was the father, he was given parenting time and joint custody of the child.
Now, the victim is seeking protection under the federal Rape Survivor Child Custody Act.
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Monday, October 9, 2017

Las Vegas was not the worst mass killing in American history: A history lesson

Friday Oct 06, 2017 · 8:03 PM PDT

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U.S. Calvary stand at the edge of a mass grave where hundreds of Lakota men, women and children were buried after the Wounded Knee Massacre on 29 December 1890. The Lakota pipe line has now cut through their sacred burial ground.

American cavalry troops pose at the edge of a mass grave for some of the victims of the Wounded Knee Massacre.

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It has been said that Sunday’s mass shooting in Las Vegas in which Stephen Paddock open fire with assault weapons modified to fire automatically on a large crowd of concertgoers is the worst in American history. That’s not even close to being accurate.
Others more correctly say that Las Vegas was the worst mass killing in modernAmerican history. Depending on how you define “modern,” that is closer to accurate.
Paddock's body count of 58 dead victims surpassed the 49 murdered by Omar Mateen when he opened fire inside the Pulse nightclub in Orlando in June 2016. That led some to proclaim this killing spree to be the worst.
But the history of mass shootings didn’t begin 20 or 30 years ago — or even when Charles Whitman opened fire from the clock tower at the University of Texas in 1966.
You don’t have to go back much further in American history to find slaughters even bigger than Vegas. You can start with Wounded Knee on what is now the Pine Ridge Reservation in southwestern South Dakota.
On the morning of December 29, 1890, Chief Spotted Elk (Big Foot), leader of a band of some 350 Minneconjou Sioux, sat in a makeshift camp along the banks of Wounded Knee Creek. The band was surrounded by U.S. troops sent to arrest him and disarm his followers. The atmosphere was tense, since an order to arrest Chief Sitting Bull at the Standing Rock Reservation just 14 days earlier had resulted in his murder, prompting Big Foot to lead his people to the Pine Ridge Agency for safe haven. Alerted to the band’s Ghost Dance activities, General Nelson Miles commanded Major Samuel Whiteside and the Seventh Cavalry to apprehend Big Foot and his followers, and the regiment intercepted them on December 28, leading them to the edge of the creek. While confiscating their weapons, a shot pierced the brisk morning air. Within seconds the charged atmosphere erupted as the Indian men rushed to retrieve their confiscated rifles and troopers began to fire volley after volley into the Sioux camp. From a hill above, a Hotchkiss machine gun raked the tipis, gun smoke filled the air, and men, women, and children ran for a ravine near the camp, only to be cut down in crossfire. More than 200 Lakota lay dead or dying in the aftermath as well as at least 20 soldiers.
The number of victims at Wounded Knee varies widely, depending on which account you read, from 150 up to 300. But whatever the number, it apparently doesn’t count as “modern.”
And then there is the Sand Creek Massacre of November 29, 1864, in which Colorado volunteers under the command of Col. John Chivington slaughtered and mutilated anywhere from 70-163 Cheyenne and Arapaho, most of whom were women and children.
Here is an eyewitness account from the Wikipedia article on Sand Creek that describes just how brutal and sadistic it was:
There was one little child, probably three years old, just big enough to walk through the sand. The Indians had gone ahead, and this little child was behind, following after them. The little fellow was perfectly naked, travelling in the sand. I saw one man get off his horse at a distance of about seventy-five yards and draw up his rifle and fire. He missed the child. Another man came up and said, 'let me try the son of a b-. I can hit him.' He got down off his horse, kneeled down, and fired at the little child, but he missed him. A third man came up, and made a similar remark, and fired, and the little fellow dropped.
— Major Anthony, New York Tribune, 1879
And then there was the white mob that attacked and burned the Greenwood community of African-Americans in Tulsa, Okla., on May 31-June 1, 1921, killing as many as 300.
As with some of the others, the Tulsa riot seemed to have started with the explosive accusation that a black man had sexually assaulted a white woman. (The charges were dropped after the riot.)
On May 31, 1921, hundreds of armed white men gathered outside the courthouse where the man was being held, and a group of armed black men arrived to prevent a lynching. A shot was fired. The black men fled to Greenwood, and the white men gave chase.
The battle that ensued, enabled by the Tulsa police chief, who deputized hundreds of white men and commandeered gun shops to arm them, lasted through the night and well into the next day.
When the New York Times wrote that story in 2011 on the Greenwood killings many survivors were still alive. But it apparently doesn’t qualify as “modern.”
There were other mass killings. The Colfax Massacre of 1873 in Louisiana resulted in 150 deaths of African-Americans. The list goes on and on.
Many of those massacres have been largely forgotten by a nation that often wants to erase its bloody history.
Thus the necessity, perhaps, to make a distinction between modern history and all of history.
In practical terms, one reason is that it's difficult to determine the exact number of victims murdered in the 19th century — a problem that persists today, too. There's also a vocabulary issue, as different words used to describe similar events can affect perceptions of their significance. "The mid-2000s is around the time that the phrase 'mass shootings' started being used more and more," Duwe says, "whereas during the 1980s and the 1990s, the phrase 'mass murder' is used." (His research uses the term mass public shooting to describe incidents in which four or more victims are killed with a gun in a public location.)
There’s that. But that’s not the real reason. Emphasis added.

Many have argued this week and in the past that events like the Colfax Massacre and Wounded Knee are seen as separate because, within American history, the deaths of Native Americans and African Americans have not been seen the same as the deaths of white people — and that failing to specify "modern" history while talking about events like Las Vegas only underscores that idea by implying that earlier shootings don't count. 

Massacres of Indians larger than Wounded Knee (I have left out slaughters that happened as part of British and French warfare, or as part of military engagements in the Civil War):
1637: 600-700 Pequot were burned alive in their Connecticut village and escaping survivors shot to death
1644: 500 sleeping Lenape in New York were either burned alive or shot trying to escape
1675: 350 Narragansett in Rhode Island burned alive or shot trying to escape
1692: 300 Abenaki killed in Massachusetts Bay
1712: 300 Tuscarora killed in North Carolina
1712: 1,000 Fox Indians killed near Detroit
1713: 1,200 Tuscarora killed in North Carolina
1832: 150 Menominee in Wisconsin
1840:  150-200 Pomo in California
1846: 200 Wintun killed in the Sacramento River Massacre (California)
1853: 450 Tolowa killed in California
1860: 200-250 Wiyot killed in California
1861: 240 Wailakis killed in California
1863: 290 Shoshoni killed in Idaho
1864: 300 Yana killed in California
1864: 170 Arapahoe and Cheyenne killed at Sand Creek, Colorado (as you noted)
1870: 173 Piegan killed in Montana

Donald Trump Is No Longer the President of the United States

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Monday, October 2, 2017

[SDCPJ] Fwd: October Events from the Ocean Beach Green Center

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October Events at the Ocean Beach Green Center


Ocean Beach Green Center, 4843 B Voltaire Street, Ocean Beach 92107  619.225.1083


October 4th Wednesday For OB Lovers:  No Target in Ocean Beach. Join us for a Community Rally and Press Conference at the foot of Newport Avenue. We will start gathering at 5 pm but come when you can.  Press conference at 6 pm. This issue has received extensive news coverage from the mainstream media. Both the Ocean Beach Planning Board and the Ocean Beach Town Council have held community forums with overwhelming support for No Target in Ocean Beach. For a good overview see  More info: or call 619-225-1083


October 11th Wednesday 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm No Target in Ocean Beach Community Forum.  Ocean Beach Recreation Center 4726 Santa Monica Avenue. Ocean Beach.  Join-in on a Community discussion on the importance of supporting, and the obstacles of maintaining, a local Main Street and a strong local economy.  More info: or call 619-225-1083


October 12th, Thursday, 7:00 p.m. Film night " From the Ashes" A National Geographic Documentary that explores one of the country's most contentious topics - coal and the mining industry.  "From the Ashes" captures Americans in communities across the country as they wrestle with the legacy of the coal industry, and what its future should be under the Trump administration.  From Appalachia to the West's Powder River Basin, the film goes beyond the rhetoric of the "war on coal" to present compelling and often-heartbreaking stories about what is at stake for our economy, health and climate. The film invites audiences to learn more about an industry on the edge and what it means for their lives. Free


October 26th Thursday 6:30 pm Save Peninsula Trees organizing meeting for Shade Tree Brigade Campaign

Join us and Save Peninsula Trees if you want to help green Ocean Beach and contribute to the cities goal of meeting our Climate Action Plan.  We  kicked off the campaign on Sept 30th with people gathering  at the Ocean Beach Green Center for coffee and bagels and a short briefing, and then we went out in to our neighborhood to preselected  areas for planting potential ( You may choose your own neighborhood in Ocean Beach if you prefer) We gave  information and materials to our neighbors about the good news that they can get free trees and free plantings just by agreeing to water them until they are established. If you would like to help with the campaign please call the Ocean Beach Green Center at 619-225-1083 or email




October Events NOT at the Ocean Beach Green Center


Saturdays at 10:00 a.m.  Oct 7th,  Oct 14th, Oct 21st, Oct 28th.  Climate Mobilization Coalition Meeting   Ocean Beach People's Cooperative Community Room, 4765 Voltaire Street - Second Floor.  Come help plan for the upcoming Climate Action November 5th.  Contact:


September 30th to November 11th Farming 101: Introduction to Small-scale Regenerative Farming This course offers students an introduction to techniques and strategies for small farming or agricultural advocacy, or to simply grow more of their own food. Wild Willow Farm & Education Center is a six-acre working farm located less than three miles from the Pacific Ocean and two-thirds mile north of the Mexican Border. The farm is nestled along the banks of the scenic Tijuana River, and borders the river's stunningly beautiful estuary nature preserve. More info:


October 2nd Monday 6 pm Meet the Border Angels – Informational Happy Hour

 Blind Lady Ale House 3416 Adams Avenue 92116  Have you ever wanted to volunteer with Border Angels? Attend a water drop but you don't know how? Or just meet the people behind these events supporting migrant life and dignity? Join us for a casual meet and greet with the Border Angels. Blind Lady Ale House is generously donating 20% of the sales for their Meatless Monday nights the entire month of October and we'd like to spend a Monday evening with you!

If you'd like more information on what we do as an organization or if you have some ways to help the cause and are interested in collaborating, we'd love to share ideas over some pizza (and beer if that's what you're into!) Looking forward to meeting  More info:

October 2nd. Monday  1 pm to 2 pm  Wrongful Conviction Day.  Join San Diego Innocence Project  for a panel discussion at the California Western School of Law, 225 Cedar St. San Diego 92101 Lecture Hall 2 (LH 2) It will be moderated by Greg Moran of the San Diego Union-Tribune and feature Justin Brooks of the California Innocence Project and several exonerees.

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Monday, October 2, Monday  7 pm Can Friendship Secure the Border? San Diego First United Methodist Church
2111 Camino del Rio South. Prototypes of what President Trump has promised will be a "big, beautiful wall" on the U.S.-Mexico border are soon to be erected here in San Diego County. But are more walls the best way to secure the border? For over a decade, the Friends of Friendship Park, a community coalition of individuals and organizations, has been working to preserve and expand public access to Friendship Park, the historic meeting place on the border between San Diego and Tijuana, overlooking the Pacific Ocean. John Fanestil will share a brief history of the US-Mexico border, as told from the perspective of Friendship Park, and Jim Brown will share his vision for creating a truly bi-national park at this unique location. Join us as we explore an alternative vision for creating true security along and across the US-Mexico border, by promoting friendship between the peoples of both nations. More info:



October 3rd Tuesday 7 pm Free Screening in South Park: Tony – The Movie Whistle Stop Bar 2236 Fern Street.  Learn about the problem of homelessness and solutions to it at a free screening of Tony – The Movie followed by Q&A with Tony and the filmmaker. Film Synopsis – When Tony ends up homeless after losing his job as a waiter in San Diego, he is faced with the daily struggles of life on the streets. His search for housing begins, but then turns into a quest for solutions to homelessness, not just for himself, but for thousands people living on the streets across the county. The investigation takes him to the top levels of government locally, but also to regions across the country where progress is being made. What do communities do to significantly reduce homelessness? What is happening in San Diego? And does Tony find housing? More info:



October 4th Wednesday 6:45 pm to 8:15 pm People Over Profits-SD and AFSC Present: Border Wall Disclosure

Border x Brewing 2181 Logan Ave. San Diego 92113. This week's agenda will focus on educating the CommUnity through a workshop on the border wall prototype, and the confusion and legitimacy of a "free speech zone" allegedly set-up by law enforcement. The workshop will be co-hosted by Benjamin Prado of the American Friends and Services Committee, connecting the Money trail and the for profit incentives behind the criminalization of migrants and immigrants in these mass incarceration movements.  More info:

October 4thWednesday 6 pm to 8 pm City Heights Community Forum - SD Police Chief Search Mid-City Gymnasium 4302 Landis Street San Diego 92105. The City of San Diego is hiring a new police chief through a secret panel. We must voice our concerns and replace the secret panel with a transparent search committee. Join Mid-City CAN to urge the city to make the selection of the new chief of police a transparent and community-led process.

October 4th Wednesday 11:30 am to 1:30 pm Green Streets Progress and Challenges in San Diego SDG&E Energy Innovation Center,(Cabrillo C Room) 4760 Clairemont Mesa San Diego 92127. Join us for an informative luncheon program as our panel of experts discusses the evolving concept of Green Streets. We will first examine Green Streets from a planning and design perspective, and look at how it aligns with other sustainability concepts such as "complete streets" and "green Infrastructure." We will also review Green Streets policies that have already been implemented by local governments across the country, and how these policy approaches might be applied in the San Diego region.

October 6th Friday 12 pm to 2 pm 
6th Anniversary - Occupy San Diego: Ideas Suppress Corruption San Diego Civic Center Concourse  202 C St. San Diego. Occupy was one of the many Occupy Wall Street protest movements in the United States in 2011-2012. Occupy San Diego officially launched on Friday, October 7, when protestors gathered in Children's Park in Downtown San Diego. for more history and info:

October 6th Friday 6 pm to 9 pm  Center on Policy Initiatives 20th Anniversary Spotlight on Justice Awards. Hilton San Diego, 1775 E. Mission Bay Dr. San Diego 92109 CPI is celebrating 20 years of working for economic and social justice! Join us to honor inspiring leaders, appreciate our victories for working families, and affirm our dedication to the next 20 years of progress. Together we are building a more equitable and inclusive San Diego!  More info:

October 6th  Friday  4 pm Take a Knee for Racial Justice Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation  Market Creek Plaza 310 Euclid Ave. San Diego 92114. Our community is gathering to honor the 100th birthday of civil rights icon Fannie Lou Hamer Hamer's relentless struggle for equality lives on in the battles for justice today. In her honor, we will take a knee in solidarity with Colin Kaepernick's brave campaign for recognition of rampant racial injustices against African Americans and other people of color. We will reject Trump's cynical twisting of the narrative as being about the NFL and disrespecting veterans, the anthem, and the flag. We will show our community and the nation: we know the truth and we see Trump's racist exploitation for what it is. Join us in this powerful nonviolent demonstration for the truth about justice in America today. We will spell the word JUSTICE for a drone photo as hundreds of us take the knee for Kap and Fannie Lou. More info:


October 6th Friday 6:30 pm  Sierra Talks:  Rigs to Reefs: Exploring the Future of Offshore Oil and Gas Development  Joyce Beers Center, 3900 Vermont Street, San Diego, 92103  In California, there are 27 oil and gas platforms found off the coast, each home to a thriving, unique ecosystem. A recent study published by the National Academy of Sciences concluded that "...the oil and gas platforms off California are among the most productive habitats globally." As the world's natural reefs continue to disappear due to overfishing, run-off and pollution, we believe that repurposing offshore energy structures as artificial reefs may be the best decision for the future of our oceans. It's time to think creatively about the resources we have and proceed forward boldly with radical new tactics for ocean management. Ms. Jackson and Ms.Callahan have successfully conducted a multitude of research expeditions around the world. Recently, Blue Latitudes was awarded Explorers Club Flag #83 to accompany an expedition to Malaysia to investigate the ecological, cultural and economic potential of repurposing an offshore platform as an eco-tourism hotspot. More info:  Ernest Lotecka - 760-533-2725

October 7th Saturday  12 pm 1st Saturdays - Help the Homeless 339 W A St. San Diego 92101 More info:

October 9th Monday 1:30 pm We Saved the Che Cafe! Picnic Chicano Park (Barrio Logan)  IWW is hosting a picnic in Chicano Park as part of a series of community celebrations. The Che Cafe Support Network and UCSD Co-ops and Collectives Alumni Association have called for house parties and community events to celebrate the success of the three year long Save the Che Cafe Campaign. The signing of a new 8 year lease between all four of the student-run coops, including 'the Che,' and the UCSD administration in July of 2017 ends the long fight to stop the administration's efforts to evict the Che Cafe. This year also marks the 50th anniversary of the opening of the Che Cafe building as the first student center at UCSD. It started in 1967 as the Coffee Hut and became the Che Cafe in 1980. Another reason to celebrate! October 9, 2017 is also Indigenous People's Day. Another event at the park will follow our picnic. From 6 -8 pm, Danza Azteca Calpulli Mexihca will perform at the Kiosco.  More info:

October 13th Friday 6:30 pm Sierra Club's film night  "Seed, The Untold Story" 8304 Clairmont Mesa Boulevard #101 San Diego 92111. In the last century, 94% of our seed varieties have disappeared. As biotech chemical companies control the majority of our seeds, farmers, scientists, lawyers, and indigenous seed keepers fight a David and Goliath battle to defend the future of our food. These heroes rekindle a lost connection to this critical resource and revive a culture connected to seeds. Called "A symphony of hope" by Anchorage Press, "Seed" features speakers Vandana Shiva, Dr. Jane Goodall and Winona Laduke. More info:  Jean Costa 619-463-0721 or

October 14th  Saturday 12 pm to 2 pm  San Diego Peace Flotilla Fleet Week San Diego 2165 San Diego Ave. San Diego 92110.  Join the Peace Flotilla! The Golden Rule and other watercraft will protest against glorifying the Navy's weapons of war in downtown San Diego. The Golden Rule, a Project of Veterans For Peace, is the original Peace Boat. Quakers sailed her towards the Marshall Islands in 1958 to interfere with nuclear bomb tests. Now restored, she is sailing for a nuclear-free world and a peaceful, sustainable future. More info:


October 14th Saturday 9 am to 12 pm Tijuana River Valley Cleanup & Volunteer Appreciation Party Monument Rd. San Diego 92154.  Join Surfrider and Wildcoast for their Tijuana River Valley Cleanup at Border Field State Park. The Tijuana River Valley is notorious for trash and it needs your help! There will be a volunteer appreciation party following the cleanup with free food, drinks, and beer. Please invite your friends and family!  More info:

October 14th Saturday 11:00 am to 1:00 pm.  La Jolla Solar Experience.  La Jolla Community Center 6811 la Jolla Blvd. San Diego 92037.  The Center for Sustainable Energy and Climate Action Campaign have partnered to present a series of educational solar events, sponsored by Sullivan Solar Power. These events are in response to a growing demand for independent and accurate facts about solar power for homeowners to help clear up any misinformation. Attendees of the seminars will learn how solar works, battery storage and integration, policy changes, available incentives, financing options, how to choose a solar provider, new solar rules and more. 


October 19th Thursday 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm Green Drinks October: Environmental & Social Justice Border x Brewing 2181 Logan Ave San Diego 92113. Topic: Environmental Justice and the work of Environmental Health Coalition. Speaker Diane Takvorian, Executive Director of EHC


October 20th  through October 29th.  2017 San Diego Arab Film Festival The first 3 screenings will be on Friday, October 20 , and Saturday, October 21, at the Museum of Photographic Arts. Seven screenings will be at AMC Mission Valley 20 on Saturday, October 28, and Sunday, October 29. More info: and Jewish Voice for Peace is also promoting this festival. Go to:


October 22nd.  Sunday 10:00 am to 4:00 pm  2917 Green Homes Tour presented by the San Diego Green Building Council. Location varies. This event is a self guided tour featuring a wide variety of Green homes throughout San Diego County. You may start your tour at any of the homes and tour as many as you'd like; all for one low price ($15).   We offer these opportunities to encourage, educate and empower you to green your own home. The Ocean Beach Green Center's awesome friend's house (Candace Vanderhoff)  is on the tour. More info:



October 25th Wednesday 5:30pm - 8:30pm  Circulate 2017 Momentum Awards San Diego Natural History Museum
1788 El Prado 92101
 Celebrate mobility, great neighborhoods, connected communities, and sustainable development, while recognizing the achievements of visionary civic leaders and businesses. More info:

October 26th to 28th 10:00 am  Alternative Housing Solutions  Jacobs Center for Neighborhood Innovation, Market Creek Plaza 310 Euclid Ave. San Diego 92114. This community event will look at how Accessory Dwelling Unit's (ADU's), Tiny Home Villages, and Modular housing can help address San Diego County's homelessness and housing affordability crisis. For more info please check out our website and sign up to be on our email list!: and

October 28th Saturday 10th Anniversary/Halloween party for the OBRag online.  Ocean Beach Women's Club 2160 Bacon Street. Ocean Beach 92107  More details to come:



Many more events going on in the Resistance movement. You can sign up to get the Progressive Weekly Calendar through San Diego Free Press More info:

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