Thursday, February 26, 2015

[SDCPJ] Upcoming San Diego actions against police brutality and state corruption

FEBRUARY 27, 2015 at 12:30pm 

Press Conference to support Aaron Harvey

 220 W. Broadway, San Diego 

FB event People's Coalition Against 182.5 https://www.facebook.com/events/658930250897165

For those of you coming to the Courthouse tomorrow, please note that we will be using #RepealProp21 as our hashtag. Please use this on twitter and FB when posting photos/videos from the action tomorrow. Thank you!

My name is Aaron Harvey. I am a 26 yr old African American male who has grown up in the Lincoln Park community of San Diego for the majority of my life. Both sides of my family have not only lived in this community since the mid 50's but also on the same street. My parents have been together since they were 14 and I am the youngest of 5 children. I was taught to be a hard worker, and for the last 7 years I have held multiple jobs ranging from being an EMT to managing a restaurant to working for the Department of Transportation, all while also pursuing my education. I am now living in Nevada studying to become a real estate agent. I have no criminal record but have just spent the last seven months in county jail under Penal Code (PC) 182.5 on a $1.1 million bail; I am being held to answer to 9 counts of shootings. This PC was voted in under Prop. 21 in the year 2000, but has never been used before anywhere in the state. It states that if the police have you documented as a gang member then you can be charged with the crimes allegedly committed by the gang without having any knowledge that these crimes were ever committed.

The police department has unjustly documented me as a gang member based on a series of stops that were either in front of my home or within a quarter mile of my residence. No crimes were ever being committed to warrant these stops or traffic violations - merely just being outside in the neighborhood I grew up in. Even the District Attorney has openly admitted in court that they know I played no part in these crimes, and are pretty much sure that I didn't even have knowledge of them, but because they have me documented as a gang member I can be, and will be, held liable for the crimes committed. As of now I am looking at life in prison if convicted. My purpose for this letter is not just to spread the word about my case, but also to assist in helping people become aware of PC 182.5 under prop. 21. If the DA wins this case, not only will mine and the 33 other defendants’ lives change forever, but also the lives of every other young person who has been falsely documented as a gang member. Right now they're targeting the black communities but soon they will target all communities of color. If we don’t stand up together to stop this, there is no way of knowing how many citizens will be wrongfully charged under this Penal Code.

My next court hearing is this Friday, February 27th at 1:30pm where a Judge will be assigned to review the 995 motions presented by my defense arguing the case is unconstitutional and should be dismissed. I am asking that you would come and join me at my hearing on Friday, February 27th. Your support there would be highly appreciated and will help bring awareness of this law that is taking place in our city. We will meet at 12:30 outside the courthouse at 220 W Broadway. Our united presence is the only way to demonstrate that the community is united against the injustices within these proceedings. Thank you very much for your time.

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FEBRUARY 27, 2015 at 7:00pm 
Black Lives Matter: A Public Talk with Alicia Garza
@ Malcolm X Library
5148 Market Street
San Diego, CA 92114 


This talk will address the history and goals of the Black Lives Matter movement and invite discussion around local movements for social justice. Alicia Garza is co-founder of the internationally respected Black Lives Matter movement. She is also the Special Projects Director for the National Domestic Workers Alliance, which seeks respect, recognition and labor protection for domestic workers. Sponsored by the Mackey-Cua Project
A Herstory of the #BlackLivesMatter Movement: http://blacklivesmatter.com/a-herstory-of-the-blacklivesmatter-movement/
BLM Vision and Demands: http://blacklivesmatter.com/ferguson/
Turn Up: 21st-Century Black Millennials Are Bringing Direct Action Back
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/malkia-a-cyril/to-save-thier-lives-black_b_6338924.html


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FEBRUARY 28, 2015 at 1:00pm 
Marcha en solidaridad con AYOTZINAPA y BUAP
Mexican Consulte of San Diego 
1549 India Street, San Diego, Ca 92101
https://www.facebook.com/events/1536063559987214/?notif_t=plan_user_joined

SAN DIEGO PRESENTE LA SOLIDARIDAD CON LAS FAMILIAS DE AYOTZINAPA:
February 26th marks the 5 month anniversary of the forced disappearance of our 43 students. We are marching not only to honor and stand with the families and mothers of our missing students, but to honor the fallen human rights activist Gustavo Salgado, unjustly killed by the same narcogovernment. They continue to lie to the faces of the families about the identification of remains and have still not provided a single cohesive answer. We are standing with the families in solidarity, that we do not believe the lies either, we know the truth that it was the STATE. We are marching for JUSTICE, for TRUTH, because we want them back alive! IF NBC WON'T PUT AYOTZINAPA IN THE NEWS, WE WILL MAKE THEM PUT AYOTZINAPA IN THE NEWS. As things get progressively worse, we are officially stating that we are also marching in support of the students of BUAP as well. all people young and old are essential for an effective movement towards a mexican spring. the people will not be silenced and we will not back down!

26 FEBRERO marca el aniversario de 5 meses de la desaparición forzada de nuestros 43 estudiantes. Estamos marchando no sólo para honrar y apoyar a las familias y a las madres de nuestros desaparecidos los estudiantes, pero en honor a la activista de derechos humanos Gustavo Salgado, injustamente asesinados por el mismo narcogobierno. El narcogobierno que siguen a mentir a los rostros de las familias sobre la identificación de los estudiantes y todavía no ha proporcionado una sola respuesta coherente. Vamos a difundir que estamos con las familias en la solidaridad, que no creemos las mentiras del gobierno.. Que sabemos la verdad que FUE EL ESTADO.
 Marcharemos por la JUSTICIA, por la VERDAD porque VIVOS QUEREMOS! VAMOS A MARCHAR A LA EDIFICIO DE NBC, NBC NO PODRÁN AYOTZINAPA EN LOS NOTICIAS, ENTONCES VAMOS A HACERLOS PONER AYOTZINAPA EN LAS NOTICIAS! como las cosas cada vez más empeoran, declaramos oficialmente que marchamos en apoyo de los estudiantes de BUAP también. toda la gente joven y vieja es esencial para un movimiento eficaz hacia una primavera mexicana. ¡no harán callar al pueblo y no nos echaremos atrás! 


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MARCH 15, 2015 at 6:00pm 
Justice for Victor Ortega & All Stolen Lives Rally/March
3795 Fairmount Ave, San Diego, California 92105

United Against Police Terror - San Diego will be organizing :#SDSTOLENLIVES demonstrations to support local victims and their families.
Our 3rd Justice For Victor Ortega rally is, March 15th, at 6pm at the City Heights/Weingart Library and Performance Annex
we will be joined by comrades from various organizations, please let us know if you would like to offically endorse 
Justice for Victor FB Page: 



These #SDSTOLENLIVES demonstrations will be planned once per month
Adapted by Stolen Lives Project, Stolen Lives Illustrated Project (SLIP) 

The mission of UAPTSD's mobilizations is to keep alive the county list of recorded people killed by law enforcement agents from 1980 to the present. Through grassroots efforts, over 200 local cases were documented. 
http://uaptsd.org/victims/victims-murdered-by-sd-law-enforcement/

Although just the tip of the iceberg, these 200+ LOCAL cases are evidence of a horrifying national epidemic of police terror. The victims of police violence were part of our society, but rarely are their lives or names publicized, or the real circumstances surrounding their deaths investigated and made known. The Stolen Lives Project aims to restore some dignity to the lives lost. Though their lives have been stolen from us, we will not allow them to be forgotten.

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Starting on March 11th at 7pm at the Activist Center at 4246 Wightman Street, San Diego, CA 92105 Please join uaptsd.org as we implement the leg work with allies both in San Diego and statewide for change in the fight against police terror and to create a safe space for victim support.

These meetings will take place on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month and will work in conjunction with the coalition meetings on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of the month.

We are working on hashing out the following campaign drafts, community and organizational input is requested.

  • Statewide Campaign Against the Police Officer's Bill Of Rights
  • Repurposing funds from law enforcement agencies
  • Prisoner Support and divestment strategies with CURB, (Californians United for a Responsible Budget)
  • Advocacy for Individuals with Disabilities
  • Justice Statewide for #Stolenlives by every branch of Law Enforcement http://uaptsd.org/victims/victims-murdered-by-sd-law-enforcement/ 
  • Media, Propaganda Design and Fundraising for Legal Defense
  • Aligning these demands with the vision of the Black Lives Matter Movement blacklivesmatter.com/ferguson/

We will also provide victim advocacy and support for survivors

Remember to connect what's happening at a national level is also happening in San Diego, The same issues that were exposed in Ferguson are in San Diego. The system of power, White Supremacy, is well and alive in San Diego, hurting marginalized communities. Let's make sure we seek justice for them. Let's end the occupation of our communities by Police.

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In service,

Catherine (Cat) Mendonça
401-580-7791
www.facebook.com/mulhercomplexa
Af3irm San Diego;  an anti-imperialist, transnational feminist women’s organization, evolving from the organization formerly known as GABNet, and 20 years of women’s organizing, activism, and struggle. af3irm.org
United Against Police Terror; a grassroots organization, dedicated to educating and organizing the community to fight back against police terror in SD. uaptsd.org
Black and Pink - San Diego; an organization supporting LGBTQ prisoners impacted by the prison industrial complex. blackandpink.org
a member of San Diego No More Prisons Coalition and Californians United for a Responsible Budget (CURB)





Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Where Are the Hardest Places to Live in the U.S.? - NYTimes.com

Where Are the Hardest Places to Live in the U.S.? - NYTimes.com

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

[SDCPJ] This Sat 2/28, 10am ~ #2 Community Conversation

What do YOU care about?
Why do you ACT?
How can we SUPPORT you?

Join us for COMMUNITY CONVERSATIONS

"Last Sat" each month
from 10am – 12pm 
@ PRC, 3850 Westgate Pl. San Diego 92105

FEB 28
MAR 28
APR 25
MAY 30

We'll gather inside our space at the Friends Center, enjoy light refreshments, talk about current issues, build community, as well as brainstorm together about what matters and our next steps, asking questions, planning new possibilities, and linking the past to the present and future… for PEACE & JUSTICE!

** NOTES from the last event are posted!
https://www.facebook.com/events/795490450505161/



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

[SDCPJ] Sun. 3/15 People's Climate March & Rally

Save the date and spread the word!
(PRC is a sponsor of this event)

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The Climate Action Coalition invites your organization to participate in the March 15th People's Climate March & Rally in San Diego calling on the U.S. Government to begin the national mobilization to make the transition off fossil fuel and on to renewable energy

 

The March 15th People's Climate March & Rally will be held from 2 – 4 p.m. beginning at the San Diego City Hall Plaza and ending at the Federal Building at Broadway and Front Street.

 

We would love for your members, family & friends to join together to have a contingent present for both the march and rally.  We encourage creative artistic expression via signs, banners, costumes, theatre, and more!  Please notify us if your group decides to participate. 

 

If your organization would like to be listed as a sponsor for the event, please let us know. 

Sponsors to date are:  The San Diego County Democratic Party, the San Diego County Labor Council, the Environmental Health Coalition, the Sierra Club, the Peace Resource Center, Greenpeace, San Diego 350.org, Women Occupy, Ocean Beach Green Center.     

 

We would appreciate if you could send notice to your email group (including the "Call out for Volunteers!" below) and place the event on your website calendar. 

 

 

Call out for Volunteers!  We are looking for volunteers in the following areas:

 

v     Peace Monitors for the march and rally.  Training will be provided earlier in the day on March 15th prior to the event.

v     Flyer Distribution throughout San Diego.  You will be provided with flyers to post and distribute in your neighborhood. 

v     Sign Making prior to the event.  We've scheduled two sign making parties:  Saturday February 28th from 2 – 4 p.m. at the Ocean Beach People's Food Cooperative Community Room and Sunday March 8th from 3 – 6 p.m. at the Ocean Beach Green Center, 4843 B Voltaire Street, 92107.

 

Please reply to oceanbeachgreencenter@gmail.com if interested in being a volunteer.  Be sure to identify which of the above areas you wish to help.  Thank you! 

 

Wishing You a Great Day  J   from the Climate Action Coalition 


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Sent by Mariah on behalf of
Peace Resource Center of San Diego
3850 Westgate Pl, San Diego, CA 92105
www.prcsd.org & www.sdfriendscenter.org
info@prcsd.org / 619-263-9301

George Carlin --- Religion is Bullshit

Your Religion is a Fairy Tale. Wake up.

Saturday, February 21, 2015

Dear Believer Why Do You Believe (Normal, 360p).flv

[SDCPJ] New Indicator is Back! Article on Che Cafe

Celebrating our 50th anniversary, the New Indicator newspaper has returned as an online publication:

newindicator.com


Our first new article examines the campaign of the UCSD administration to kill the Che Cafe.

Don't Mourn, Organize!
Joe


http://newindicator.com/wp/

 

Friday, February 20, 2015

[SDCPJ] Thomas Jefferson School of Law's Women and the Law Conference 2015


Thomas Jefferson School of Law's Women and the Law Conference 2015<http://www.tjsl.edu/conferences/wlc/> will be held at the Thomas Jefferson School of Law in rooms 323 and 325 on Friday, March 27, 2015. The daylong event will include prestigious panelists and a reception on the 8th floor terrace.

All participants must register<http://www.tjsl.edu/conferences/wlc/> for the conference that will run from 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.

The conference will explore Women and the Criminal Justice System. Noted criminal defense attorney and author Leslie Abramson, who handled the Menendez Brothers trial and the Phil Spector case, will deliver the Ruth Bader Ginsburg Lecture.

Web story: http://www.tjsl.edu/news-media/2015/13258


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Lynn
BDS San Diego
www.bdssandiego.org

[SDCPJ] Reminder: Sunday, Feb 22, 3pm - Drones and Targeted Killing - Marjorie Cohn




-please forward widely-
Sunday, February 22, 2015, 3 pm

Join Marjorie Cohn for a book signing and discussion of her new book,
Drones and Targeted Killing.
at the Peace Resource Center
3850 Westgate Place, San Diego 92105

The Bush administration detained and tortured suspected terrorists; the Obama administration assassinates them. Assassination, or targeted killing, off the battlefield not only causes more resentment against the United States, it is also illegal.

In this interdisciplinary collection, human rights and political activists, policy analysts, lawyers and legal scholars, a philosopher, a journalist, and a sociologist examine different aspects of the U.S. policy of targeted killing with drones and other methods.

It explores the legality, morality and geopolitical considerations of targeted killing and resulting civilian casualties, and evaluates the impact on relations between the United States and affected countries.

The book includes the documentation of civilian casualties by the leading non-governmental organization in this area; stories of civilians victimized by drones; an analysis of the first U.S. targeted killing lawsuit by the lawyer who brought the case; a discussion of the targeted killing cases in Israel by the director of PCATI which filed one of the lawsuits; the domestic use of drones; and the immorality of drones using Just War principles.

Contributors include: Archbishop Desmond Tutu, Phyllis Bennis, Medea Benjamin, Marjorie Cohn, Richard Falk, Tom Hayden, Pardiss Kebriaei, Jane Mayer, Ishai Menuchin, Jeanne Mirer, John Quigley, Dr. Tom Reifer, Alice Ross, Jay Stanley, and Harry Van der Linden.

Marjorie Cohn is a former president of the National Lawyers Guild. She lectures throughout the world on international human rights and U.S. foreign policy. A news consultant for CBS News and a legal analyst for Court TV, she also provides legal and political commentary on BBC, CNN, MSNBC, Fox News, NPR, Air America and Pacifica Radio. She is a member of the International Advisory Board of the Veterans for Peace.

Sponsored by the San Diego Coalition for Peace and Justice, the Peace Resource Center, Veterans for Peace, and the National Lawyers Guild
Contact us at info@sdcpj.org or visit us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/695466543900602/

Thursday, February 19, 2015

[SDCPJ] Black Lives Matter: Public Talks with BLM Co-founder Alicia Garza



Please spread the word!

Black Lives Matter: A Dialogue with Alicia Garza
Friday 2/27
12:00-2:00pm 
@ Salomon Hall
University of San Diego

This talk addresses the Black Lives Matter movement and the crucial role of campus activism. Alicia Garza is co-founder of the internationally respected Black Lives Matter movement. She is also the Special Projects Director for the National Domestic Workers Alliance, which seeks respect, recognition and labor protection for domestic workers. Sponsored by Associated Students, Center for Inclusion and Diversity, Mulvaney Center for Community, Awareness and Social Action, Changemaker Hub, United Front Multicultural Center, Women's Center and the Social Justice LLC

Black Lives Matter: A Public Talk with Alicia Garza
Friday 2/27
7:00-8:30pm 
@ Malcolm X Library
5148 Market Street
San Diego, CA 92114 

This talk will address the history and goals of the Black Lives Matter movement and invite discussion around local movements for social justice. Alicia Garza is co-founder of the internationally respected Black Lives Matter movement. She is also the Special Projects Director for the National Domestic Workers Alliance, which seeks respect, recognition and labor protection for domestic workers. Sponsored by the Mackey-Cua Project


A Herstory of the #BlackLivesMatter Movement: 
http://blacklivesmatter.com/a-herstory-of-the-blacklivesmatter-movement/

BLM Vision and Demands:
 http://blacklivesmatter.com/ferguson/

Turn Up: 21st-Century Black Millennials Are Bringing Direct Action Back
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/malkia-a-cyril/to-save-thier-lives-black_b_6338924.html
 

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In service,

Catherine (Cat) Mendonça
401-580-7791
www.facebook.com/mulhercomplexa
Af3irm San Diego;  an anti-imperialist, transnational feminist women’s organization, evolving from the organization formerly known as GABNet, and 20 years of women’s organizing, activism, and struggle. af3irm.org
United Against Police Terror; a grassroots organization, dedicated to educating and organizing the community to fight back against police terror in SD. uaptsd.org
Black and Pink - San Diego; an organization supporting LGBTQ prisoners impacted by the prison industrial complex. blackandpink.org
a member of San Diego No More Prisons Coalition and Californians United for a Responsible Budget (CURB)


More Petroleum Industry Disasters


United We Dream | The Largest Immigrant Youth Led Network

United We Dream | The Largest Immigrant Youth Led Network

[SDCPJ] Organizations please sign on; ltr to Charter Review Committee San Diego's Call for a true Community Review Board on Police Practices


Women Occupy San Diego is working in coalition with other civic organizations on a campaign to reform the San Diego Citizens Review Board on Police Practices. We have a real chance of getting a Community review board with subpoena powers please have your organization draft this letter and send it via Email to: srhadley@sandiego.gov


[DATE]


Steven Hadley

Charter Review Committee Consultant

for Council President Sherri Lightner

202 C Street

San Diego, CA 92101


Via Email to: srhadley@sandiego.gov


San Diego Organizations Call for a true Community Review Board on Police Practices


The San Diego Police Department (SDPD), like other departments around the country has a history of abuse of power and violence against people of color, women, immigrants, the LGBTQ community and activists. We San Diegans, and especially the most vulnerable in our community, have the right to feel safe, to be safe, and to be treated respectfully by law enforcement. 


Abuse of power by SDPD takes many forms, from endless citations, questioning, searches and seizures, sexual harassment, physical abuse, wrongful arrest to police shootings.  More than 200 cases of individuals killed by law enforcement have been documented.  Rarely are the lives or names publicized.  The tools to hold SDPD accountable are not working.  Currently we suffer from a crisis of trust.


Our organization is endorsing a call to reform the Citizens Review Board on Police Practices (CRB). We call on the Charter Review Committee to reference the model of the San Diego County Law Enforcement Review Board, empowered by the voters in 1990 by passing Proposition A. (http://www.sandiegocounty.gov/content/dam/sdc/clerb/brochure09.pdf)


 City Charter reforms essential to the effective functioning of civilian and community oversight of the SDPD include:


1. Independent investigators and subpoena power, as provided to the San Diego County Law Enforcement Review Board by the voters in 1990 (Proposition A). 

2. Intake, tracking and review of all complaints filed is done by the CRB rather than by SDPD Internal Affairs, also as modeled by the San Diego County Law Enforcement Review Board approved by the voters in 1990. 


The only thing about the San Diego County Law Enforcement Review Board that the City of San Diego would do well NOT to emulate is not consistently providing adequate funding and staffing to carry out the voters' will and to provide cost-effective, independent review of San Diego's police. 


We additionally recommend that the Charter Review Committee make two further revisions to the City Charter to reinforce the community-based nature of independent police oversight: 


1. Change the name from “Citizens Review Board” to “COMMUNITY Review Board”.

2. Have the Members of this Community Review Board on Police Practices appointed by the representatives elected by the 9 City Council Districts – 2 per District. Plus 1 appointee by the Mayor.


Please reference the support by all of the undersigned organizations as evidence of the overwhelming desire by the public to address a local and national crisis engulfing our Police services.


Sincerely,


[Name(s) and Title(s) of signatory representatives]

[Name of Organization]

[Email address]

[Phone Number]



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In service,

Catherine (Cat) Mendonça
401-580-7791
www.facebook.com/mulhercomplexa
Af3irm San Diego;  an anti-imperialist, transnational feminist women’s organization, evolving from the organization formerly known as GABNet, and 20 years of women’s organizing, activism, and struggle. af3irm.org
United Against Police Terror; a grassroots organization, dedicated to educating and organizing the community to fight back against police terror in SD. uaptsd.org
Black and Pink - San Diego; an organization supporting LGBTQ prisoners impacted by the prison industrial complex. blackandpink.org
a member of San Diego No More Prisons Coalition and Californians United for a Responsible Budget (CURB)


Wednesday, February 18, 2015

[SDCPJ] Fwd: San Diego Organizations Call for a true Community Review Board on Police Practices


If you have trouble viewing or submitting this form, you can fill it out online.

San Diego Organizations Call for a true Community Review Board on Police Practices

San Diego Organizations Call for a true Community Review Board on Police Practices

The San Diego Police Department (SDPD), like other departments around the country has a history of abuse of power and violence against people of color, women, immigrants, the LGBTQ community and activists. We San Diegans, and especially the most vulnerable in our community, have the right to feel safe, to be safe, and to be treated respectfully by law enforcement.

Abuse of power by SDPD takes many forms, from endless citations, questioning, searches and seizures, sexual harassment, physical abuse, wrongful arrest to police shootings. More than 200 cases of individuals killed by law enforcement have been documented. Rarely are the lives or names publicized. The tools to hold SDPD accountable are not working. Currently we suffer from a crisis of trust.

Our organization is endorsing a call to reform the Citizens Review Board on Police Practices (CRB). We call on the Charter Review Committee to reference the model of the San Diego County Law Enforcement Review Board, empowered by the voters in 1990 by passing Proposition A. (http://www.sandiegocounty.gov/content/dam/sdc/clerb/brochure09.pdf)

City Charter reforms essential to the effective functioning of civilian and community oversight of the SDPD include:

1. Independent investigators and subpoena power, as provided to the San Diego County Law Enforcement Review Board by the voters in 1990 (Proposition A).
2. Intake, tracking and review of all complaints filed is done by the CRB rather than by SDPD Internal Affairs, also as modeled by the San Diego County Law Enforcement Review Board approved by the voters in 1990.

The only thing about the San Diego County Law Enforcement Review Board that the City of San Diego would do well NOT to emulate is not consistently providing adequate funding and staffing to carry out the voters' will and to provide cost-effective, independent review of San Diego's police.

We additionally recommend that the Charter Review Committee make two further revisions to the City Charter to reinforce the community-based nature of independent police oversight:

1. Change the name from “Citizens Review Board” to “COMMUNITY Review Board”.
2. Have the Members of this Community Review Board on Police Practices appointed by the representatives elected by the 9 City Council Districts – 2 per District. Plus 1 appointee by the Mayor.

Please reference the support by all of the undersigned organizations as evidence of the overwhelming desire by the public to address a local and national crisis engulfing our Police services.

GROUP/ORGANIZATIONAL ENDORSEMENTS ONLY PLEASE!

Organizational Endorsements to date:

1) Women Occupy San Diego Womenoccupysandiego.org

2) United Against Police Terror SD Uaptsd.org

3) Af3irm San Diego

4) Black and Pink San Diego

5) Black Student Justice Coalition

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In service,

Catherine (Cat) Mendonça
401-580-7791
www.facebook.com/mulhercomplexa
Af3irm San Diego;  an anti-imperialist, transnational feminist women’s organization, evolving from the organization formerly known as GABNet, and 20 years of women’s organizing, activism, and struggle. af3irm.org
United Against Police Terror; a grassroots organization, dedicated to educating and organizing the community to fight back against police terror in SD. uaptsd.org
Black and Pink - San Diego; an organization supporting LGBTQ prisoners impacted by the prison industrial complex. blackandpink.org
a member of San Diego No More Prisons Coalition and Californians United for a Responsible Budget (CURB)


Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Labor Rights and Income Equality: A Reason to March!

North Carolina Moral Mondays - Rev. Dr. William Barber


Z-Day 2015 Los Angeles - The Zeitgeist Movement

"ZEITGEIST DAY 2015 - LOS ANGELES"
Sunday March 15th - 1:00pm - 7:00pm
Veterans Memorial Complex - Rotunda Room
4117 Overland Avenue, Culver City, CA. 90230
EVENTDESCRIPTION 
This year's "Zeitgeist Day" (ZDay) L.A. Event will host long standing coordinators & speakers hailing from The Zeitgeist Movement's California Chapter network. Talks will cover the Movement's general critique of the current global economic model the human population survives under today, as well as bring to light the profound possibities we have for future, global and socioecological sustainability. The day begins with a one hour "Movement-Awareness Walk" prior to the event opening it's doors. Expect the following...
Annual "TZM Awareness Walk"
Installations & Exhibit Displays
Presentations by prominent Speakers & Coordinators of TZM
Q&A Interaction to follow talks
TZM Info & Materials Tables
Food Drive!
SPEAKERSINCLUDE
Ryan Johnson (Orange County Coordinator)
Don Ekes (San Diego Coordinator)
Mike Hanes (San Diego Lecture Team)
Jen Wilding (Fmr. United States Coordinator)
Jason Lord (California State Coordinator)
INSTALLATIONS/EXHBITS DISPLAYS
Installations/Exhibits will show the growing trends of defiency & failure of the current social-economic order, while also demonstrating through a variety of educational mediums the profound possibility we have as a species to be truly sustainable, humane and more adaptable across the world.
  

Democracy Now - Hate, Hate, Islamophobia and more Hate






Monday, February 16, 2015

[SDCPJ] 2/19 - Take a stand for immigrant justice



Time to Take a Stand for Immigrant Justice!
Ya es Hora:  Justicia Para Inmigrantes!

Please join us this week (see a video here) at our second in a series of monthly platform-building meetings for the San Diego Socialist Campaign!  This Thursday at 6:00pm at the City Heights Rec Center we'll be addressing how the SDSC can demand Justice for Immigrants in San Diego.  We will have presentations featuring community activists followed by group discussion - this is a community dialogue.

Por favor, únase a nosotros esta semana (ver un vídeo aquí) en la segunda de una serie de reuniones mensuales de fomento de la plataforma para la Campaña Socialista de San Diego! Este jueves a las 6:00 pm en el Centro Recreativo de City Heights estaremos abordando cómo el SDSC puede exigir Justicia para los Inmigrantes en San Diego. Tendremos presentaciones que ofrecen los activistas comunitarios, seguido de la discusión en grupo - esto es un diálogo con la comunidad.

This Thursday February 19th @ 6pm / Este jueves, 19 de febrero al las 6
City Heights Rec Center
4380 Landis Street

To learn more, to RSVP and/or to invite others to join us, please go to our Facebook event page for this meeting.  If you haven't already, please like & follow us on our San Diego Socialist Campaign page, where we'll be continuing to post news & position statements from the campaign that affect our communities.

Para aprender más, confirmar su asistencia y / o invitar a otros a unirse a nosotros, por favor visite nuestra página del evento en Facebook para esta reunión. Si no lo ha hecho, por favor síguenos en nuestra página Campaña San Diego Socialista, donde estaremos continuando de publicar noticias y declaraciones de posición de la campaña que afecta a nuestras comunidades.

If you attended last month's meeting - thank you for your support of the San Diego Socialist Campaign's demands to curb police power!  Here you can view a statement & video report from our first platform-building meeting, wherein we make demands against the brutality and needless harassment by police against the people of San Diego.

Si usted asistió a la reunión del mes pasado - gracias por su apoyo a las demandas de la Campaña Socialista de San Diego para frenar el poder de policía! Aquí puedes ver una declaración y reporte en video de nuestro primer encuentro de creación de la plataforma, en la que hacemos las demandas en contra de la brutalidad y el acoso innecesario por la policía contra el pueblo de San Diego.

Forward this invite - bring a friend! / Enviar esta invita - traer a un amigo!
 
[Event flyers attached / Volantes de eventos unidos]

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