Thursday, October 31, 2013

[SDCPJ] Only 33 hours left! Bazaar Early Bird applications due Nov 1!

Just in case any of you missed the message sent specifically to your organization... OR if you weren't on our list and would like to join! Please keep in mind, this event is for not-for-profit peace, social justice, and environmental organizations.


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Dear friends,

Are you hoping to SCARE us?! 
Perhaps it's just a Halloween trick... But we've not seen your application yet! 

If you're considering treating us to your presence at the 2013 Holiday Bazaar, please remember that the the Early Bird application is due Friday November 1st (by 11:59pm).

Table options for the early bird deadline are:
one 6' table ($25)
two 6' tables ($50)
or three 6' tables ($75).

STANDARD Applications completed between November 2nd through 15th will have choices of: one 6-foot table ($35), two 6' tables ($70), or three 6' tables ($105).

To APPLY online, go to: 

For more info, please check our website at www.peacebazaar.net

If you have any questions, please contact the Peace Resource Center at info@prcsd.org or 619-263-9301.

Peace,
Mariah
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Peace Resource Center of San Diego
3850 Westgate Pl, San Diego, CA 92105
info@prcsd.org / 619-263-9301

John Kuek and Dei Tut Weang on Opportunities in South Sudan

http://www.youtube.com/v/333OsqjGNS4?version=3&autohide=1&autoplay=1&showinfo=1&attribution_tag=Krq_q3c1zcwanVcAyTzvoQ&autohide=1&feature=share

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

[SDCPJ] Appeal: Help War Resister Kimberly Rivera!

Dear friends,
is being held at the Miramar Brig. She will be giving birth to a baby boy in the next month.
A small, local support group has been visiting Kim regularly since last spring. We have put together enough money to fly Kim's husband and two young children to San Diego in early November.
The plan is to have Mario Rivera here to take custody of the baby once he's born. They will stay with my husband and me until Kim is released sometime in December. Then the young family will fly home to Texas.
WHAT WE NEED:
*We need monetary support to pay for the family's expenses while in San Diego and to fly the family home once Kim is released.
*We also need volunteers that can give the family transportation assistance during their stay.
IF YOU CAN HELP:
*Contact me if you can give transportation assistance.
*If you can help monetarily, our local Vets for Peace are handling donations:
Go to www.sdvfp.org and click on donate. Make sure you leave a note that the donation is for Kim Rivera.
Or, make out checks to SDVFP and mail them to:
SDVFP
c/o Colleen Angell
12932 Sunderland St
Poway, CA 92064
Again, make sure you leave a note on the check that the donation is for Kim Rivera.
Thanks to all,
Lynn Gonzalez

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Lynn
San Diego Military Counseling Project
www.sdmcp.org

Monday, October 28, 2013

[SDCPJ] FW: [unac] UNAC Stands with Palestinian Leader Rasmea Odeh




Date: Mon, 28 Oct 2013 21:04:14 -0400
From: unacpeace@gmail.com
To: unac@lists.riseup.net
Subject: [unac] UNAC Stands with Palestinian Leader Rasmea Odeh

 

UNAC

 

  (please forward widely)



UNAC Statement on the
 
Arrest of Rasmea Odeh

 

The United National Antiwar Coalition (UNAC) condemns the politically-motivated attack on Rasmea Odeh, a Palestinian community leader arrested in her Chicago home on October 22, by agents of the Department of Homeland Security.


Odeh is charged with immigration fraud. Allegedly, in her application for citizenship, she didn't mention that she was arrested in Palestine 45 years ago by an Israeli military court that detains Palestinians without charge, and that does not recognize the rights of Palestinians to due process. Rasmea Odeh withstood vicious torture by Israeli authorities while imprisoned in Palestine in the 70s. She is one of the millions of Palestinians who have not given up organizing for their rights of liberation, equality, and return. It is shameful that the US government is now attempting to imprison her once again.


The charges against her carry ten years in prison; in addition, she faces being stripped of her citizenship, and as a result, it's likely she will be deported when she finishes that sentence.


(For more about Rasmea, read Maureen Murphy's article on Electronic Intifada:  http://electronicintifada.net/blogs/maureen-clare-murphy/palestinian-arrested-chicago-because-her-community-activism-groups-say )


Odeh's arrest this week appears to be related to the case of the 23 anti-war activists, including members of UNAC, who were subpoenaed to a grand jury in 2010.  The 23 were targeted as organizers of the 2008 anti-war march on the Republican National Convention in St. Paul, Minnesota. Undercover law enforcement agents spied on the anti-war organizers and their movement allies for two years, sabotaged a 2009 solidarity trip to Palestine, and then the FBI raided their homes and offices, claiming that they had provided material support to foreign terrorist organizations in Palestine and Colombia.


Assistant U.S. Attorney Barry Jonas is leading the investigation against the 23, and he was at the courtroom in Chicago, consulting with the assistant U.S. attorney who brought the indictment against Rasmea.  Jonas was also the prosecutor in the case of the Holy Land Five, the heads of the largest Muslim charity in the U.S. before 9/11.  He was successful in getting prison sentences for as long as 65 years for the five men, who provided charity to children in Gaza.


The case against Rasmea is not about immigration, but an attempt to silence her, to cut short her important community organizing, and to attack the struggle for a free Palestine.

 

UNAC stands with Rasmea Odeh and against those who would silence and imprison her. This attack is another example of the continuing repression of Palestinians and people who stand in solidarity with them. Homeland Security, the FBI, Immigration and Customs Enforcement and the U.S. Attorney's office are carrying out enforcement of the Israeli occupation of Palestine. We ask all those who have stood against the government attack on organizing, to stand with us today to support Rasmea Odeh.


Drop the charges against Rasmea Odeh!


Actions to take in support of Rasmea:


1)            Call Barbara McQuade, U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Michigan in Detroit, at 313.226.9501 or 313.226.9100, or email barbara.mcquade@usdoj.gov to demand that she Drop the Charges Now!

Example script and talking points to use:

Hello, my name is ________ and I am calling from _________.

I am calling to demand that U.S. Attorney McQuade drop the immigration charges against Rasmea Odeh. She is a beloved leader in the community and has worked tirelessly to serve and help empower Palestinian, Arab, and Muslim families throughout the Chicagoland area.

Rasmea is a community icon and was recently awarded an "Outstanding Community Leader" award from the Chicago Cultural Alliance for her over 40 years of dedication and service to people across the Arab World and the U.S.

These charges are a political attack on her as an individual and on the collective Palestinian, Arab, and Muslim communities across the U.S.

I stand in unequivocal support of Rasmea and demand that these charges be dropped immediately!

 

2)            Join us to pack the courtroom in mid-November for the first court appearance in Detroit.  Stay tuned for the date, time and exact location.

 

3)            Like the "Drop the Charges Against Rasmea Now" Facebook page -

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Drop-The-Charges-Against-Rasmea-Now/678264732186412

 

4)            Send statements of support and solidarity to stopfbi@gmail.com

 

5)            Send us your pictures holding up a sign with the following message:

"I am _________ and I support Rasmea" cppr@aaan.org

You can fill in the blank with any self-identifier: your name, your occupation, or any other description.  Some examples are:  "I am a stay-at-home dad and I support Rasmea!"  "I am a youth organizer and I support Rasmea!"  "I am a supporter of Palestinian human rights and I support Rasmea!"  

Hold the sign up and snap a selfie, then send it to cppr@aaan.org. Put it up as your Facebook/Twitter profile pic, Google Account image, or anything else! Just remember we may use your image in future publications and informational pamphlets that get published online or distributed as hard copies. 

6)            Stay tuned to www.stopfbi.net for updates on the case.



Join UNAC

Today, UNAC is the largest and most active antiwar coalition in the country.  During this time of increasing military intervention throughout the world, it is more important than ever that the people of the United States show their solidarity with the victims of US foreign policy and war.   If you are not on UNAC's email list and would like to be, please send an email to  UNAC-subscribe@lists.riseup.net.  If your peace or social justice group is not affiliated with UNAC please fill out the form and join us.  The form for your group to join UNAC is located here: https://unacpeace.org/Join_UNAC.html.
 
To contribute to UNAC, please click here: https://unacpeace.org/Donate.html
 
Join UNAC's Facebook group here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/unac1/
 

Like UNAC's Facebook page here: https://www.facebook.com/EndTheWars



click here to donate to UNAC

Click here for the Facebook UNAC group.



To remove yourself from the UNAC listserv, please send an email to: UNAC-unsubscribe@lists.riseup.net
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Friday, October 25, 2013

Secrets Of Distribution - Jerome Courshon

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

[SDCPJ] TONIGHT - 10/23, 7 PM - Malalai Joya at Church of the Brethren

Wednesday, Oct. 23, 7 pm

Church of the Brethren, 3850 Westgate Pl., San Diego 92105

For more information on this event, or to join the Facebook event page, click here

Malalai Joya, 34, comes out of the war and occupation-torn maelstrom of Afghanistan.  She served as delegate to the 2003 Loya Jirga that convened on the Constitution of Afghanistan, and in 2007 became one of 68 women elected to the 249-seat National Assembly, or Wolesi Jirga, as the youngest member of that Afghan parliament.  In 2003 and again in 2007 she spoke out against former warlords and war criminals in the Afghan parliament, and because of this stance was suspended from the parliament. Since then she has survived six assassination attempts. She travels in Afghanistan with armed guards and has worked tirelessly on behalf of Afghan women and to end the occupation of her country. 
 
In 2010 Time Magazine placed Malalai Joya on their annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world.  Foreign Policy Magazine listed her in its annual list of the Top 100 Global Thinkers. In March, 2011, The Guardian listed her among the "Top 100 women activists and campaigners." Her book, A Woman Among Warlords: The Extraordinary Story of an Afghan Who Dared to Raise Her Voice, was published by Scribner in the U.S.

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Tuesday, October 22, 2013

[SDCPJ] Two important reports on drones released: Amnesty Int'l and Human Rights Watch

Amnesty International--"Will I be Next?" US Drone Strikes in Pakistan
http://www.amnestyusa.org/research/reports/will-i-be-next-us-drone-strikes-in-pakistan

Human Rights Watch--"Between a Drone and Al-Qaeda" The Civilian Cost of US Targeted Killings in Yemen
http://www.hrw.org/node/119925



Sunday, October 20, 2013

[SDCPJ] Community Sypmosium on San Onofre Decommissioning and Nuclear Waste video link

Watch entire 10/19/13 Community Symposium on Decommissioning San Onofre with Dr. Donald Mosier, Dr. Arjun Makhijani and Dr. Marvin Resnikoff at:


Friday, October 18, 2013

[SDCPJ] Activist San Diego MON. 10/21 @7pm = Access Obamacare" Now; Activist and Alternative Health Care: + THURS: Nov. 11, 6:30 KNSJ's Mayors Debate

Join us Mon. Oct 21, 7 pm  @ Joyce Beers Center,

Activist San Diego General Meeting: Everyone Welcome

 Activist and Alternative Health Care:
Learn how to access the Affordable Health Care System benefits.
Learn alternative health viewpoints on food, circumcision and AIDS
for info see http://www.activistsandiego.org 

    Speakers:

    Marilyn Lyons will present up-to-date facts on healthcare options from a social justice point of view. Covered Ca and Obamacare Presentation.
    We will be using Covered Ca and other slides to show the population's without insurance, and will demonstrate how "Obamacare" helps  5 million uninsured today, even while others are left underserved.
    This means that everyone will have coverage, and need not worry about their financial status, etc.

    Mickey Maynard, community activist and independent businessperson, who will be
    discussing his experiences with vegan and raw-foods diets.

    Pat Brown, veteran Queer activist and founder of San Diego NoCIRC, on the
    medically and psychologically damaging effects of male circumcision.

    Mark Gabrish Conlan, Activist San Diego board member and founder of the
    alternative AIDS organization H.E.A.L.-San Diego (which met regularly from 1996 to 2012), on the creation of the myth of "HIV/AIDS."
    

 
Join us at the Activist San Diego General Meeting:
October 21th 2013 7PM
Joyce Beers Center,
Vermont St. in Uptown Shopping Center across & east of Trader Jos'e in Hillcrest
 
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 Thurs. Nov. 11th, 8 pm
An alternative press panel will be asking the hard questions, the unasked questions.
Audience participation too so join us!

             www.KNSJ.org and    http://www.activistsandiego.org/
 More info to come...
It is official KNSJ 89.1 FM MAYORAL CANDIDATES FORUM RESCHEDULED TO NOVEMBER 11
 

Event beginning at 6:30pm at the Cal Western School of Law.

ALL 4 leading candidates confirmed FOR KNSJ 89.1  MAYORAL CANDIDATES FORUM !

David Alvarez
Michael Aguirre
Nathan Fletcher
Kevin Faulconer
 
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
 
Friday, Nov. 15th, 7- 11 pm
           KNSJ Benefit Concert by numerous bands and performers!!
                                                            ~ Only  $10 sliding scale ~
Join the cultural exrtravaganza to support Community Radio KNSJ.org and 89.1 fm
 
Location:  World Beat Center, 2100 Park Blvd, SD  in Balboa Park
for info see www.KNSJ.org
  7- 11pm
 show supports them and builds it locally by supporting
YOUR community radio station KNSJ.org
Come get involved!

 
 
info@KNSJ.org
Phone Number:  619-283-1100

Thursday, October 17, 2013

[SDCPJ] WHO is Malalai Joya – and WHY YOU WANT TO MEET HER! // pass on

WHO is Malalai Joya – and WHY YOU WANT TO MEET HER! 
 
From October 21 – 23 you have the extraordinary opportunity to meet and hear from one of the most exceptional women of the world to come out of the last decade
 
"We need the support of justice-loving people of the U.S. to join their hands with us," Joya says. "Unfortunately, we see that today imperialism and fundamentalism have joined hands."
 
Malalai Joya, 34, comes out of the war and occupation-torn maelstrom of Afghanistan.  She served as delegate to the 2003 Loya Jirga that convened on the Constitution of Afghanistan, and in 2007 became one of 68 women elected to the 249-seat National Assembly, or Wolesi Jirga, as the youngest member of that Afghan parliament.  In 2003 and again in 2007 she spoke out against former warlords and war criminals in the Afghan parliament, and because of this stance was suspended from the parliament. Since then she has survived six assassination attempts. She travels in Afghanistan with armed guards and has worked tirelessly on behalf of Afghan women and to end the occupation of her country. 
 
In 2010 Time Magazine placed Malalai Joya on their annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world.  Foreign Policy Magazine listed her in its annual list of the Top 100 Global Thinkers. In March, 2011, The Guardian listed her among the "Top 100 women activists and campaigners." Her book, A Woman Among Warlords: The Extraordinary Story of an Afghan Who Dared to Raise Her Voice, was published by Scribner in the U.S.
 
Ms. Joya will visit five venues in the San Diego region per the detailed schedule below, ending on October 23 at 7 PM at the Church of the Brethren, sponsored by the San Diego Coalition for Peace & Justice.  COME TO HEAR MALALAI JOYA, SPEAK WITH HER, AND ASK HER ABOUT OUR SHARED FUTURE!   

October 21-23, 2013

Join with Afghan women's rights and anti-occupation activist

Malalai Joya

A Woman Among Warlords:

Prospects for Afghan Women and Non-Intervention In Afghanistan

Monday, Oct. 21, 7 pm

Al Awda Center, 2720 Loker Avenue West Suite J, Carlsbad CA 92010

For more information on this event, or to join the Facebook event page, click here

Tuesday, Oct. 22, 11am

San Diego City College, V101 (16th and C Streets)

Co-sponsored by the SDCC Chicano/a Studies, Sociology, History and Political Science Depts., and the SDCC Visionary Feminists and BEAT clubs

Tuesday, Oct. 22, 7 pm

San Diego State University, Nassatir Hall 100

A Feminist Reaseach Colloquium, co-sponsored by the Bread and Roses Center of theDepartment of Women's Studies, and the Center for Intercultural Relations, SDSU

Wednesday, Oct. 23, 1 pm

UCSD, International Center Lounge

Co-sponsored by the UCSD Socialists and the UCSD International Center.

Wednesday, Oct. 23, 7 pm

Church of the Brethren, 3850 Westgate Pl., San Diego 92105

For more information on this event, or to join the Facebook event page, click here

Amy Goodman interviews Malalai Joya 
on Democracy Now

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

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BREAKING: House stenographer taken from the floor after bizarre outburst: ‘This is not one nation under God’

BREAKING: House stenographer taken from the floor after bizarre outburst: ‘This is not one nation under God’

[SDCPJ] Oct. 21-23: Malalai Joya Press Release

Text Box: SAN DIEGO COALITION FOR PEACE AND JUSTICE  3850 Westgate Place, San Diego, CA 92105  619-263-9301    email: info@prcsd.org
For Immediate Release
For further information and to arrange media interviews:
Ø      Richard Greenblat, San Diego Peace Resource Center, aka0001@hotmail.com, 619-206-8522
 
San Diego Tour of Heroic Afghan Malalai Joya
 
Ending her tour of the United States, Malalai Joya, former Afghan representative to that nation's constitutional assembly and its first parliament, will be at five San Diego venues from October 21 – 23 to speak to her nation's recent history and possible future.  At these sessions San Diego has an extraordinary opportunity to speak with and ask questions of one of the most exceptional women of the world to come out of the last decade.  Media interviews may be arranged. 
 
Now 34 years old, Ms. Joya served as an elected delegate to the Loya Jirga that convened on the Constitution of Afghanistan, and became one of 68 women elected to the 249-seat National Assembly, or Wolesi Jirga, as the youngest member of that Afghan parliament.  In 2003 and again in 2007 she spoke out against former warlords and war criminals in the Afghan parliament, and because of this stance was suspended from the parliament. Since then she has survived six assassination attempts. She travels in Afghanistan with armed guards and has worked tirelessly on behalf of Afghan women and to end the occupation of her country. 
 
In 2010, Time Magazine placed Malalai Joya on their annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world.  Foreign Policy Magazine listed her in its annual list of the Top 100 Global Thinkers. In March, 2011, The Guardian listed her among the "Top 100 women activists and campaigners." Her most recent book, A Woman Among Warlords: The Extraordinary Story of an Afghan Who Dared to Raise Her Voice, was published by Scribner in the U.S. 
 
"We need the support of justice-loving people of the U.S. to join their hands with us," Joya says. "Unfortunately, we see that today imperialism and fundamentalism have joined hands."
 
Ms. Joya will visit five venues in the San Diego region per the detailed schedule below, ending on October 23 at 7 PM at the Church of the Brethren, sponsored by the San Diego Coalition for Peace & Justice. 
 
Ms. Joya's tour is sponsored nationally by the United National Antiwar Coalition (UNAC) and the Afghan Women's Mission, and in San Diego by the San Diego Coalition for Peace & Justice and the Peace Resource Center.

October 21-23, 2013

Malalai Joya

A Woman Among Warlords:

Prospects for Afghan Women and Non-Intervention In Afghanistan

Monday, Oct. 21, 7 pm

Al Awda Center, 2720 Loker Avenue West Suite J, Carlsbad CA 92010

For more information on this event, or to join the Facebook event page, click here

Tuesday, Oct. 22, 11am

San Diego City College, V101 (16th and C Streets)

Co-sponsored by the SDCC Chicano/a Studies, Sociology, History and Political Science Depts., and the SDCC Visionary Feminists and BEAT clubs

Tuesday, Oct. 22, 7 pm

San Diego State University, Nassatir Hall 100

A Feminist Reaseach Colloquium, co-sponsored by the Bread and Roses Center of the Department of Women's Studies, and the Center for Intercultural Relations, SDSU

Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2 pm

UCSD (room tbd)

Wednesday, Oct. 23, 7 pm

Church of the Brethren, 3850 Westgate Pl., San Diego 92105

For more information on this event, or to join the Facebook event page, click here
 
 
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Senate passes bill to re-open the government and raise the debt ceiling - Yahoo News

Senate passes bill to re-open the government and raise the debt ceiling - Yahoo News

[SDCPJ] Monday, 10/21 - Malalai Joya in North County San Diego


-please forward widely-
Monday, October 21, 7pm
Al-Awda Center, 2720 Loker Avenue West, Suite J, Carlsbad CA
(see below for other meetings in the San Diego area)

A woman among warlords

MALALAI JOYA
Prospects for Afghan women and
non-intervention in Afghanistan


The meeting is free, but donations are appreciated.
More information: www.sdcpj.org, info@sdcpj.org

Monday, Oct. 21, 7 pm

Al Awda Center, 2720 Loker Avenue West Suite J, Carlsbad CA 92010

Co-sponsored by Al-Awda, the Palestine Right to Return Coalition

For more information on this event, or to join the Facebook event page, click here

Tuesday, Oct. 22, 11am

San Diego City College, V101 (16th and C Streets)

Co-sponsored by the SDCC Chicano/a Studies, Sociology, History and Political Science Depts., and the SDCC Visionary Feminists and BEAT clubs

Tuesday, Oct. 22, 7 pm

San Diego State University, Nassatir Hall 100

A Feminist Reaseach Colloquium, co-sponsored by the Bread and Roses Center of theDepartment of Women's Studies, and the Center for Intercultural Relations, SDSU

Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2 pm

UCSD (room tbd)

Wednesday, Oct. 23, 7 pm

Church of the Brethren, 3850 Westgate Pl., San Diego 92105

For more information on this event, or to join the Facebook event page, click here




[SDCPJ] FW: Wed, 10/23 - Malalai Joya in San Diego

-please forward widely-

Wednesday, October 23, 7pm
Church of the Brethren
3850 Westgate Pl., San Diego 92015
(see below for other meetings in the San Diego area)

A woman among warlords

MALALAI JOYA
Prospects for Afghan women and
non-intervention in Afghanistan


The meeting is free, but donations are appreciated.
More information: www.sdcpj.org, info@sdcpj.org

Monday, Oct. 21, 7 pm

Al Awda Center, 2720 Loker Avenue West Suite J, Carlsbad CA 92010

Co-sponsored by Al-Awda, the Palestine Right to Return Coalition

For more information on this event, or to join the Facebook event page, click here

Tuesday, Oct. 22, 11am

San Diego City College, V101 (16th and C Streets)

Co-sponsored by the SDCC Chicano/a Studies, Sociology, History and Political Science Depts., and the SDCC Visionary Feminists and BEAT clubs

Tuesday, Oct. 22, 7 pm

San Diego State University, Nassatir Hall 100

A Feminist Reaseach Colloquium, co-sponsored by the Bread and Roses Center of theDepartment of Women's Studies, and the Center for Intercultural Relations, SDSU

Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2 pm

UCSD (room tbd)

Wednesday, Oct. 23, 7 pm

Church of the Brethren, 3850 Westgate Pl., San Diego 92105

For more information on this event, or to join the Facebook event page, click here


[SDCPJ] You're invited to Dorothy Thompson Film Fundraiser (Oct 20, 2013)


 

Hello,
You are invited to the following event:

Dorothy Thompson Film Fundraiser
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Event to be held at the following time, date, and location:

Sunday, October 20, 2013 from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM (PDT)

Marwan Khaireddin, Alternate Focus BoardMember
Arden Drive
Encinitas, CA 92024

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Alternate Focus is making a documentary called "The Silencing of Dorothy Thompson".  We have been busy at work behind the scenes for the past several months, and are now kicking off our Kickstarter Campaign to raise funds to produce the film.   This is the story of a famous, glamorous, pioneering female journalist and human rights advocate who was shunned and forgotten for criticizing the...


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Cheers,
Marwan Khaireddin, Alternate Focus BoardMember
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Connie Terwillinger on MCAI and the Media Festival 10/17 by SDCommunityCoalition | Business Podcasts

Connie Terwillinger on MCAI and the Media Festival 10/17 by SDCommunityCoalition | Business Podcasts

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Splintered House GOP Undermines Senate Progress on Shutdown, Debt Ceiling - Yahoo

Splintered House GOP Undermines Senate Progress on Shutdown, Debt Ceiling - Yahoo

Snorkeler at Catalina Island hauls ashore 18-foot oarfish

Snorkeler at Catalina Island hauls ashore 18-foot oarfish

Sunday, October 13, 2013

[SDCPJ] SDCPJ: Agenda for Monday, 10/14, 7PM

All, the San Diego Coalition for Peace & Justice will meet tomorrow (Monday) night at 7 PM at the Peace Resource Center at the Friends Center. Below and attached is the agenda.  Final plans and coordination for the San Diego visit of Malalai Joya will be worked on, as well as our continuing collaborative work to build a better future!  Come join the work!  

SAN DIEGO COALITION FOR PEACE AND JUSTICE

                        - In the Peace Resource Center Office At the Friends Center -

                        3850 Westgate Place, San Diego, CA 92105

                        Monday, October 14, 2012 – 7:00 PM

Agenda
 
Tonight's Facilitator:

Welcome, Introductions

Note taker for this evening's meeting will be ________________
Next regular SDCPJ meeting: Monday, Oct. 21, 2012 (to be confirmed
Facilitator_____________
 
"So much ingenuity to wage war, still no clue how to wage peace. I am living in a mad house."
 
Discussion
- Update/Complete Planning:  Malalai Joya tour, October 2013 - 12th anniversary of US invasion of Afghanistan (outreach, media, etc.) – see schedule attached
 
- Discussion: Possible Nov. 15 Action Against Drones (national call for day of action) – see information attached
 
- Discussion: Jan. 20 All Peoples Celebration: participate?
 
-  Discussion:  KNSJ radio – sponsorship opportunities (Martin)
 
- Discussion (as time permits): SDCPJ and social media
 
 
Break Outs (as needed) 
 
Announcements
 
***NOTE:  Information about events listed here can be found on SDCPJ's website www.sdcpj.org  or at www.prcsd.org/webcalendar or at www.ActivistSanDiego.org

The Hidden Enemy

Healing

Healing
Healing

Corruption

Corruption
Corruption in the Senate

Compassion

Compassion
Compassion

Raise the Minimum Wage

Raise the Minimum Wage

Capitolism

Capitolism

Hypocrits

Hypocrits

My New Book About Sudan

Ceasar's Messiah Movie Trailer

The Dark Side of Coffee Trade

Miko Peled "The General's Son" Exposes Israeli Lies

Are these Your Heros?

Are these Your Heros?

National shame

National shame

Law Enforcement Against Prohibition

Stephen Fry on Catholisism

Juanita Ayson on Accupuncture

Interview with Congressman Filner

Free Trade Enslaves Us All

Blog Archive

Farouk Al Nasser

Farouk Al Nasser
Farouk Al Nasser at NCCPJ

Victor Calle

Victor Calle
At NCCP April 2008

Gore Vidal and Floyd Morrow

Gore Vidal and Floyd Morrow
April Fundraiser in San Diego

Tanja and Cindy Sheehan

Tanja and Cindy Sheehan
Fund raiser for Cindy April 2008

CITN

CITN
The Citizens' Internet Television Network

CITRad

CITRad
The Citizens' Internet Radio Network

Save America

Save America
Save America

Fighting

Fighting
Fighting

Believe

Believe
Believe

We Are All One

We Are All One
We Are All One

Secular Humanism

Secular Humanism
Secular Humanism

Change the System

Change the System
Change the System

A Lie Does Not Become the Truth

A Lie Does Not Become the Truth
A lie does not become the truth

Coexist

Coexist
Coexist

Bankers

Bankers
Bankers

Fetus Rights

Fetus Rights
Fetus Rights

The Earth Was Created

The Earth Was Created
The Earth Was Created

Lessons

Lessons
Lessons