Wednesday, October 31, 2012
First, we have 2 special dates coming up.
This Thursday, Nov. 1st, we are having a movie night and potluck, co-hosted by the Peace Resource Center and SD Food Not Lawns. We will show "Food Mythbusters: The real story about what we eat". Also, come find out about food justice and Prop 37. We will potluck at 5:30 and start movie at 7:00. Don't worry if you can't bring food, you are always welcome. We will have plenty of food. Children are also welcome and its free!
Saturday, Nov. 10th is our garden building day! Yahooooo - we can't wait to get growing! But we need YOU! We will start at 9:00 and keep at it until noon or beyond. Don't worry, we will have plenty of snacks and we'll break for a potluck lunch. There will be lots of opportunity to learn how to make garden beds and discuss plans for the garden, but most importantly this will be a fun day of labor and camaraderie. The following tools would be helpful if you have them: wheel barrow, cordless drill with bits & screw driver, staple gun, level, wire nips, spades. You may want to bring gloves, water and sun protection. You are also invited to bring flowering shrubby or herbaceous potted perennials if you have them, such as sages, rosemary, milkweeds, yarrow, mallow, etc.
We have work days every Wednesday morning 9 -11 and every second Saturday 9-12. Please join us. The 'hugel culture' mound is doing great with squash, sunflowers and pumpkins. The pineapple guavas are starting up. It will be so exciting to start planting other beds after our work day on the 10th. We will be gearing up for some work shops soon (stay tuned for details on an irrigation work shop) and planting LOTS of kale for our Kale Festival in February. More on that soon. We are still looking for bed sponsors at $200, or partial bed sponsors. A sponsorship is simply the money to cover the cost of building the garden, but you get your name, or organization's name, on the bed for the first year. Finally, we are looking for growers to rent the garden beds after our work day on the 10th. Please get in touch with me about any of these things: firstname.lastname@example.org.
See you in the garden or at our movie night!
Monday, October 29, 2012
(please forward widely)
UNITED NATIONAL ANTIWAR COALITION
STATEMENT ON ELECTIONS
October 23, 2012
As election day approaches and campaign news dominates the media, anti-war activists should note that there is no true debate between the two major parties on the central issues of war, U.S. interventions abroad or the wars waged against Americans at home.
There is no argument between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney about the size of the military budget or on a perceived right of the United States to interfere in the affairs of sovereign nations or to create more "collateral damage" worldwide against civilian populations. Both candidates promise an endless "war against terror", a war which victimizes human beings and violates the rights of people across the planet. President Obama appealed a court decision striking down the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) which allows him to indefinitely detain anyone he chooses. Mitt Romney is not in disagreement on the powers of the NDAA and has said that he would utilize them just as much should he become president. President Obama oversees targeted assassinations and we can be sure that Romney would continue this criminal practice.
Mitt Romney may attack the president for "leading from behind" on foreign policy but this comment is vague and meaningless precisely because there is no disagreement between the two candidates. While Romney attacks Obama because he won't publicly state an intention to attack Iran, Obama still insists on ever more harsh sanctions against that nation. He has said repeatedly that all options are "on the table".
At home America is still the world leader in mass incarceration, and deportations continue at a record pace. There is no federal government effort to stem police brutality and extra judicial killings which take place on a daily basis. The architects of the financial collapse go unpunished and their victims go unaided by our government. The 1% can be confident that they will not be discomfited by any president of the United States. Activists in the Occupy movement, a populist protest against the massive displacement of wealth towards the 1%, have been harassed and brutalized for asserting their first amendment rights.
UNAC acknowledges that differences exist between President Obama and Governor Romney on some issues, and UNAC is not endorsing any candidate for the presidency, nor calling for an election boycott. This statement is an effort to emphasize the continued need for peaceful mass mobilizations and other such effective protests before and after election day.
Regardless of who emerges victorious on November 6, 2012 the need for a truly progressive mass movement must continue. Popular demand for change is now as always the only path to greater justice at home and abroad.
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[SDCPJ] NRC monitors nuclear plants in Hurricane's path and Bill McKibben on Hurricane Sandy and Climate Change
Bill McKibben on Hurricane Sandy and Climate Change: "If There Was Ever a Wake-up Call, This Is It"http://www.democracynow.org/2012/10/29/bill_mckibben_on_hurricane_sandy_and
NRC Monitors Nuclear Plants in Hurricane's Projected Path
Sunday, October 28, 2012
[SDCPJ] Upcoming Anti-Nuclear events in San Diego! Nov. 1-8 -- poetry event, 3 new films, Fukushima blogger speaks!
Thursday, November 1, "No Nukes Night: Poets Against Nuclear Power: An evening of poetry against nuclear energy and for green energy," 7:30 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., Space Bar Internet Cafe, 7454 University Ave., La Mesa, CA 91942. Bring your poems, come and hear poems! Calling all Southern California poets to write a poem and attend or send a poem to email@example.com. The best 50 poems will be accepted for the anthology, "No Nukes: Poets Against Nuclear Power." Info (619)461-7100
Saturday, November 3, 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Come hear Japanese guest, Fukushima Blogger, Iori Mochizuki speak about Mutation, Plant situation, Global consequences at the Peace Resource Center, 3850 Westgate Place, SD, CA 92105. Free!
Saturday, November 3, 6:30 p.m., "The Land of Hope," Asian Film Festival, 7510 Hazard Center Drive, San Diego, CA 92108. A new (2012) art, drama about a nuclear accident in Japan; sound familiar? General Admission $11.50. More info and buy tickets here: http://festival.sdaff.org/2012/films/land-of-hope/
[SDCPJ] Citizens speak about San Onofre to the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) in Irvine, Oct 25, 2012
Saturday, October 27, 2012
ASD Film Series: Homotopia (followed by discussion)
Woven into the story of Yoshi’s adventures in love, resistance, and sex, is a critique of the crushing violence of homonormativity and its deadly perpetuation of US patriotism, conservative kinship structures and affective accumulation. Homotopia holds cinematic assumptions hostage through its motley assemblage of never-passing crew. Race, gender, ability and desire are reworked through an anti-colonial take of queer struggle creating a visual rhythm of melancholic utopianism that knows there may be no future but still hopes today is not their last. Love revolution, not State delusion, Homotopia.
This movie is only 30 minutes long, but it opens up many avenues for discussion. We plan on having a 90 minute discussion following the screening.
[SDCPJ] Join us for a Memorial Service for Bernie Levy - Sunday, October 28th @ NOON @ World Beat Center
Dear Friends of Activist San Diego,
One of our dear friends and a founding supporter of the Activist Center passed away on Friday afternoon after years of valiantly battling Parkinson's. At the request of his family we have helped organize a memorial service at the World Beat Center, one of Bernie's favorite spots.
Please read and distribute the message below to anyone you know who knew Bernie or would want to attend Sunday at noon. Donation suggestions at the bottom.
In deep appreciation for all that Bernie shared with us and our community on conscience,
Activist San Diego Board
To honor Bernie and celebrate his life
Political activist, visionary, 70's clothing designer extraordinaire,
entrepreneur, gourmet chef, creator, innovator, critical thinker
World Beat Center - Garden
Dear Friends and Family:
A perfect symbolic moment happened when we visited him this past weekend. He was alert and yet only able to communicate minimally — however he let us know by the blink of his eyes that he did want to vote for Obama! One of the doctors that treated him through the years at UCLA commented unsolicited on how fascinating he was and how much he appreciated his intellect.
Lover of food, Cuba, "the Blues", arts in all dimensions, Martha's Vineyard, Southern California weather, the beach, travel and cultures, learning and politics — he was a deep and reflective thinker and definitely taught us the value of education, to inquire and question, respect differences, think out of the box, look at alternate viewpoints, deeply understand social issues and inequities worldwide, appreciate art and helped set a stage for us to follow our dreams.
1 PM - Memorial services
We hope you will join us.
-- Martin Eder 619-871-9354 = Cell
Project YANO - The Project on Youth and Non-military Opportunities. This organization helps educate youth on the realities of military enlistment and provides non-military alternatives for youth to learn valuable skills, go to college, find adventure or serve others. Their website is: www.projectyano.org.
Community Radio Project KNSJ / Activist San Diego: Bernie was an enthusiastic supporter of the new KNSJ- 89.1FM community radio station that Activist San Diego (ASD) is launching. Bernie was also a founder of ASD's Activist Center and a proud supporter of ASD from its inception. Community Radio or ASD donations can be made to: https://npo1.networkforgood.org/Donate/Donate.aspx?npoSubscriptionId=2821
ederal Magistrate judge Rita Federman last Wednesday allowed the U.S. government to dismiss all trespassing charges against the "Vandenberg 15," a group of citizens who in February conducted a civil disobedience action at Vandenberg Air Force Base. The group was attempting to stop a testing of the Minuteman III Intercontinental Ballistic Missile that later reached a target in the Marshall Islands (without a nuclear warhead). The group was urging the base commander to stop the testing of thermonuclear warhead delivery vehicles and to eliminate land-based missiles in the U.S.
The Vandenberg 15 included prominent leaders of the anti-nuclear movement - Daniel Ellsberg, a former Pentagon nuclear weapons strategist, (who also released the Pentagon Papers to the press in 1971); Father Louis Vitale, a Franciscan monk and co-founder of the Nevada Desert Experience; Cindy Sheehan, founder of the Gold Star Families for Peace, whose son, Casey, was killed in the Iraq war; and David Krieger, president of Nuclear Age Peace Foundation (NAPF), member of Veterans for Peace, etc.
Attorney Matthew Umhofer stated, "Ultimately the government did the right thing to dismiss this case, because they had no real trespassing issues. It is the highest form of patriotism for my clients to petition their government, and they were acting within their rights, and did not trespass as charged. Truly, they are the true patriots, because these nuclear weapons can threaten our national security."
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Thursday, October 25, 2012
Wednesday, October 24, 2012
[SDCPJ] Call to action! Welcome to "DRONE Diego" --- did you know the drones killing people are mede San Diego?
The drones killing people in countries like Pakistan are made here in San Diego County by General Atomics. We have many other drone connections, including surveillance drones on the border between the U.S. and Mexico.
In the meantime, San Diego Veterans for Peace is holding a weekly vigil at the killer drone production site in Poway. Thursdays, 4-6 p.m., on the corner of Scripps Poway Parkway and General Atomics Way in Poway. PLEASE COME OUT AND SUPPORT THIS ACTION!
And! PLEASE educate yourself on this issue! We'll be providing more educational/action info in coming weeks.
Peace Resource Center of San Diego
IWW is running a 2 day training for organizers on November 10 and 11 in San Diego. It is open to all workers, regardless of union affiliation or none. This is a structured training, which IWW conducts in different locations around the U.S. from time to time, and this is the first time it has been done in San Diego.
Please help spread the word.
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Tuesday, October 23, 2012
NRC SPONSORING NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES EFFORT TO CARRY OUT PILOT OF CANCER RISK STUDY
The Nuclear Regulatory Commission staff is implementing a National Academy of Sciences committee's recommendations to perform a pilot study of cancer risk in populations around six U.S. nuclear power plant sites and a nuclear fuel facility. The NRC is asking the Academy to carry out this effort, which will help the agency determine whether to extend the study to the remaining U.S. reactor and certain fuel cycle sites.
The pilot effort, described in the staff's update (SECY-12-0136) to the agency's five Commissioners, will examine each of the seven sites with two types of epidemiological studies. The first will examine multiple cancer types in populations living near the facilities; the second will be a case-control study of cancers in children born near the facilities. The six reactor sites are: Dresden Nuclear Power Station, Morris, Ill. Millstone Power Station, Waterford, Conn. Oyster Creek Nuclear Generating Station, Forked River, N.J. Haddam Neck (decommissioned), Haddam Neck, Conn. Big Rock Point Nuclear Power Plant (decommissioned), Charlevoix, Mich. San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station, San Clemente, Calif.
The Dresden, Millstone and San Onofre sites include both operating reactors and a decommissioned reactor. The pilot effort will also study Nuclear Fuel Services in Erwin, Tenn. The Academy recommended these sites because they provide a good sampling of facilities with different operating histories, population sizes, and levels of complexity in data retrieval from the relevant state cancer registries.
The NRC will work with the Academy to begin the pilot study process in the next three months. The NRC staff expects the effort will continue at least into 2014 and cost approximately $2 million. The Academy will work with interested parties near the sites prior to gathering information and beginning the necessary analyses.
The NRC/Academy effort's overall aim is to provide a modern version of the 1990 U.S. National Institutes of Health – National Cancer Institute (NCI) report, "Cancer in Populations
U.S. NUCLEAR REGULATORY COMMISSION
Office of Public Affairs Telephone: 301/415-8200
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October 23, 2012
Living Near Nuclear Facilities." The NRC has used the 1990 NCI report as a primary resource when communicating with the public about cancer mortality risk in counties that contain or are adjacent to certain nuclear power facilities.
In Phase 1 of the study, the Academy developed proposed methods for examining the most up-to-date cancer information in populations living near
NRC-licensed nuclear facilities. The pilot studies will determine the feasibility of using these methods on the balance of the remaining operating nuclear power facilities and certain fuel cycle facilities in phase 2 of the project.
News releases are available through a free Listserv subscription or by clicking on the EMAIL UPDATES link on the NRC homepage (www.nrc.gov). E-mail notifications are sent to subscribers when news
From: Carol Jahnkow <email@example.com>
Date: Tue, Oct 23, 2012 at 8:31 AM
Subject: Call on CPUC to Investigate San Onofre--NOT ONE DIME MORE! 10/25/12 CPUC Meeting!
IMPORTANT METTING OF THE CALIFORNIA PUBLIC UTILITIES COMMISSION (CPUC)Thursday, October 25, 2012 -- Irvine City Council Chambers, 1 Civic Center Plaza, Irvine 92606
- More info on meeting and how to participate personally or by e-mail
- Our core message to the CPUC (also attached)
Core Message to the CPUC
It's time to cut our losses and permanently shut down the defective San Onofre nuclear reactors.
· Edison's plan to restart (even at partial power) defective and damaged equipment is unacceptable. This is not a prudent or reasonable plan for ensuring cost effective and reliable power.
· Forcing customers to pay potentially billions of dollars for Edison's aging and crippled nuclear reactors is unacceptable. Edison and SDG&E customers already have some of the highest electricity rates in California and the nation.
· The CPUC investigation should analyze costs and reliability through the current license period. This will show that Edison's mismanaged, defective and aging nuclear reactors are a bad investment for California ratepayers.
· Near-term replacements for San Onofre power should emphasize reducing demand, and strengthening energy efficiency and renewable options. This would address economic and environmental impacts from the San Onofre outage.
· OII proceedings regarding San Onofre should be conducted in the area most impacted by the decisions of these proceedings, particularly the pre-hearing conference.
A Detailed explanation of the Core message is in the attached file.
@ the Peace Resource Center
3850 Westgate Place, San Diego 92105
1) Thursday Oct. 25th
co-hosted with SanDiego350.org
Doors open 6:30 pm
Film at 7:00 pm, then discussion
Free & Open to Public
Even for those who still doubt the severity of the impact of climate change or just don't buy it at all, "Carbon Nation" is a compelling and relevant film that illustrates how SOLUTIONS to climate change also address other social, economic and national security issues. It features a host of entertaining and endearing characters. It's an optimistic, solutions-based, non-preachy, non-partisan, big tent film that shows tackling climate change boosts the economy, increases national & energy security and promotes health & a clean environment.
2) Thursday Nov. 1st
Potluck & Film Night
Peace Resource Center of San Diego
3850 Westgate Place, San Diego 92105
office: 619-263-9301 / www.prcsd.org
Nonprofit 501(c)(3) # 95-3594247
General PRC -- firstname.lastname@example.org (no longer using: prcsandiego[at]igc.org)
Mariah Gayler, Executive Director -- email@example.com
Carol Jahnkow, Director Emerita & Special Projects -- firstname.lastname@example.org
Social Media -- www.facebook.com/prcsd
Monday, October 22, 2012
So, if you still need to register (or re-register), go ONLINE RIGHT NOW to http://registertovote.ca.gov/
Voter Recommendations for November 6, 2012
Because a large part of the mission of the Peace Resource Center of San Diego is to promote Peace, Social Justice, and Environmental Sustainability in the San Diego region, we urge you to vote in the coming election on Tuesday November 6th. Based on a number of sources and our own analysis, we suggest the following ballot measure choices for the upcoming election in pursuit of those values:
YES on 30: Education Funding. A quarter percent (.25%) temporary increase in sales taxes and an increase in income taxes on upper incomes will provide needed funds (that the Legislature failed to pass) for Education and Public Safety. (We suggest No on 38, another education funding measure, which raises taxes for low-income groups.)
NO on 31: State Budget. State and Local Government. While a switch to a two-year state budget might have benefits, this Constitutional Amendment is poorly written, expands the governor's power, and permanently restricts ability to fund vital services.
NO on 32: Political Contributions from Payroll Deductions. This is deceptive and anti-union. It restricts political donations from payroll deductions, which affects primarily labor unions, but does not restrict companies from using their funds for political donations.
NO on 33: Insurance Premiums based on coverage history. Put your car in "Planned non-operation" while you are overseas in the military, or in college, or hard-pressed financially, and when you return your rates can be raised, regardless of your good-driving record.
YES on 34: Death Penalty Repeal. Replaces legalized murder with life without parole.
NO on 35: Human Trafficking. Human trafficking of all kinds is vile, but this measure eradicates any aspect of trafficking other than sex slavery, and eliminates restrictions on coerced domestic work and unfree labor.
YES on 36: Three Strikes Law. Stops mandatory life sentences for three time felons with non-serious, non-violent offenses.
YES on 37: Genetically Engineered Foods. Mandatory Labeling. Genetically Engineered foods (sometimes called GMO's or genetically modified organisms) are different from hybrids that result from cross-pollination. GE foods have various consequences and it is important for consumers to have ability to know what is in their food.
NO on 38: Tax for Education and Early Childhood Programs. Although this provides more revenue for certain types of education than Proposition 30, it imposes taxes on low income groups and only provides funds for new programs sought by local districts applying for grants.
YES on 39: Tax Treatment for Multi-state Businesses. Closes a tax loophole granted (in 2009) to corporations doing business in several states. Passage may raise state revenues by $1 billion and may create 40,000 jobs.
YES on 40: Redistricting State Senate districts. Keeps Senate Districts that have been drawn by the Citizens' Redistricting Commission.
YES on Z: San Diego Neighborhood Schools Classroom Safety and Repair Measure. Funds for facilities and technology needs at local neighborhood and charter schools.
For online access to the full text of the various measures, arguments from each side, editorial opinions, and links to various sources of information, we recommend visiting: http://ballotpedia.org/wiki/index.php/California_2012_ballot_propositions
CONTACT: Damon Moglen, Friends of the Earth: (202) 222-0715
John Large, Large and Associates (London): +44 7971 08886
SAN ONOFRE: Hydrogen gas leak from crippled reactor exposes danger of restart
Friends of the Earth: Edison must immediately say if leak is radioactive
WASHINGTON, Oct. 22 – A reactor at the crippled San Onofre nuclear power plant is leaking hydrogen gas into the environment, according to the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission. Although it is not yet known if the leaking gas is radioactive, Friends of Earth said the latest trouble at San Onofre is strong evidence that the plant is not safe to restart.
According to an NRC bulletin issued Sunday, an unknown quantity of hydrogen gas is leaking from Reactor 2, which like Reactor 3 has been closed since a leak of radioactive steam in January and the discovery of severely damaged steam generators. The NRC did not say what caused the leak.
"There are critical questions that Edison must answer immediately," said Damon Moglen, energy and climate director at Friends of the Earth. "Is the leaking hydrogen radioactive? And was the leak caused by heating up the plant's steam generators in advance preparation for restart? Edison keeps saying safety is its priority, but it's clear that the San Onofre reactors are not safe to operate."
Both the California Emergency Management Agency and San Diego Department of Environmental Health were notified of the leak Sunday morning.
Earlier this month, Edison filed a plan to restart Reactor 2 at 70 percent power and run it for five months to see whether it is safe to restart permanently. The NRC says it will take months to decide whether to allow restart.
This past weekend, Edison was conducting tests that include bringing the reactor to normal operating pressure and temperature, using offsite electrical power. The steam generators will be hot and pressurized. The leak is likely to persist for some days, as the only way to stop such a leak is to depressurize and lower the temperature of the reactor and its coolant system. This is a delicate operation that must follow rigid safety rules to avoid further damage to the reactors.
"This has all the signs of a bungled and hurried preparation to bring San Onofre Unit 2 back to power," said John Large, a London-based nuclear consultant. "Depending on the extent of damage to the reactor this could be a further setback to Edison's plans for an early restart."
Sunday, October 21, 2012
All, below/attached is the agenda. Will be extremely interesting to review latest events including Oct. 6-7, Media Benjamin, the increasing death scourge of drones, and more. PLEASE DO ATTEND -
SAN DIEGO COALITION FOR PEACE AND JUSTICE
- At the Friends Center -
3850 Westgate Place, San Diego, CA 92105
Monday, October 22, 2012 – 7:00 PM
Note taker for this evening's meeting will be ________________
Next regular SDCPJ meeting: Monday, November 26, 2012 (to be confirmed)
- Report Back: Oct. 6-7 Coordinated Actions, Afghanistan/Occupy
- Report Back: Oct. 20 Media Benjamin Visit/drones (see also discussion item below)
- Update: BDS Campaign
- Update: Veterans for Peace Drone Protests (see also discussion item below)
New Business/Discussion Items
- Discussion/action: Request to endorse Grace Campaign (Cathy Mendonca)
- Discussion: Increasing use of drones; what to do about it (see attached)
- Cont."Global" Discussion: Continued role of the SDCPJ; related, SDCPJ media capacity & responsibilities - maintenance of SDCPJ Web site, listserve; need for SDCPJ-specfic Facebook page; policies; other/related
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