Friday, September 25, 2015

[SDCPJ] 2015 Conference on Labor and Community Solidarity - Saturday, October 3rd, San Diego



2015 Conference on Labor and Community Solidarity
--Labor and Community Fighting Poverty--


Saturday, October 3rd, Registration begins at 9:00 am, 10-5:30 program
Lincoln High School
4777 Imperial Avenue

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This year, the Labor and Community Solidarity Conference is bringing together union activists, community organizers, and others committed to building a stronger labor movement and social justice.

This year the theme will reflect the growing and diverse efforts to fight poverty on a national and international scale. This includes the growing momentum in the Fight for $15, the struggle for full rights and equal pay for adjunct educators,  the farmworkers movement for a living wage in San Quintin, Mexico, and more. The conference will also feature discussions of current labor struggles, workshops on organizing in the workplace, and linking labor and community-based campaigns.

The conference will include panels and workshops on the following themes:
Next steps in the fight for a $15 minimum wage in San Diego - How to build a union from the ground up: a recent success story - Organizing for justice for adjunct educators - Social justice unionism - Environmental justice and the labor movement - Strategies for building labor-community solidarity -
Fighting sexual harassment in the workplace-Labor struggle in Mexico and building cross-border
solidarity and more!

Keynote Speaker: David Bacon

Registration begins at 9am, opening plenary begins at 10am
Workshops will run from 11:30-4:30 - Lunch will be served
Suggested Donation: $15 General; $5 for students and unemployed workers. $25 Solidarity donation. Children free.
No one turned away for lack of funds.

Sponsored by the Coalition for Labor and Community Solidarity

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

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Tuesday, September 22, 2015

[SDCPJ] Fwd: Please send email re; interfaith climate justice forum to your network tomorrow


From: SanDiego350 [mailto:volunteer@sandiego350.org
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Dear Jessica,

We hope you can join us for a truly inspiring and momentous evening this Thursday, Sept. 24.

Answering Earth's Call: An Interfaith Forum on Climate Justice

7:00 PM, Thursday, September 24 (doors open 6:30 pm)
 
St. Paul's Cathedral, 2728 Sixth Ave, SD 92103 (enter on 5th Ave) - MAP
 
A distinguished panel of faith and community leaders will explore faith perspectives on climate change and the connections between climate change and social and economic justice; the Pope's recent Encyclical, "On Preserving our Common Home"; the upcoming international climate talks in December; and what actions we can take here in San Diego. This event draws inspiration from Pope Francis' Encyclical and takes place on the evening of the Pope's address to Congress.

Click here to sign our coalition's climate justice statement and to RSVP.

Please see
sdclimatejustice.org for program, speakers, and members of the San Diego Coalition to Preserve our Common Home.

Please share the event with your friends and family via email and
Facebook, forward this email to friends, and consider making a donation to support this important work.
We can't wait to see you on Sept 24th!

Other Important Upcoming Events
  • Fracking Team Meeting: Wednesday, Sept. 23 at 6:30 pm in Cardiff. Please RSVP to Peg Mitchell for the address.
  • "Intro Chat" for new / prospective SanDiego350 members. Tuesday, Sept 29 at 7 pm. Learn more about our organization and activities, meet members, and explore opportunities for getting involved. At 3885 Bass Street, La Mesa, CA 91941. RSVP
  • Power through Paris workshop: Saturday, Oct. 3 at 2 pm. Help plan mobilizing actions to coincide with the Paris climate talks in November/December, and beyond. At the Community Room at La Jolla Village Square, 8657 Villa La Jolla Drive, San Diego 92038 (lower level of mall next to AMC Movie Theater ticket window). RSVP

Masada Disenhouse & the SanDiego350 team

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Saturday, September 19, 2015

Radio Show: Introducing The Foundation for the Child Victims of the Family Court


Radio Show
Call in Number 310-861-2349

8AM Pacific,Sunday 20 September 2015

http://www.blogtalkradio.com/progressintheworld/2015/09/20/introducing-the-foundation-for-the-child-victims-of-the-family-court

We are continuing in our effort to bring awareness to the American people of tools, organizations and efforts to secure justice and resist tyranny.

Meet Jill Jones-Soderman: 866-553-6931 The Foundation for the Child Victims of the Family Court. See their mission statement below.

Our goal is to aggressively fight for justice on behalf of the CARING PARENT involved in contentious custody battles. We try to promote love, loyalty, safety and inter-generational cohesiveness within families, so that adults and children thrive and are empowered individuals.

Our core goal is to protect the rights of caring families to raise their children, express their culture, beliefs and lifestyle within the privacy of their own homes. We believe that this is an inalienable right protected by the Constitution of the United States.

It is our responsibility to speak out, publish and file complaints against those who intrude upon these rights or act in an unethical or improper manner when dealing with our clients.

Respect for our clients' confidentiality, and our willingness to aggressively defend their rights is an integral part of our work.

We offer solutions to high conflict divorce by providing alternatives to litigation, when that can be achieved:

Therapeutic mediation
Parent coordinator support
When there is NO alternative to litigation:

We aggressively provide non-attorney consultation, forensic legal evaluation of your case, and Court submissions, filings and presentations, to help you gain custody!

We go where others fear to tread. We protect client confidentiality, dignity and your legal & civil rights.
We provide on-going therapeutic advocacy while supporting our clients through the Family Court litigation process.

We also support Civil Court and Federal Civil Rights actions on behalf of clients, to ensure they receive legal justice and appropriate compensation for their families!
http://www.fcvfc.org/index.html Share and be there!
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Friday, September 18, 2015

[SDCPJ] Celebrate the Life of Douglas Holbrook; KNSJ radio show host ~ September 26th, 2015, 6pm



Celebrate the Life of

 

Douglas Holbrook

 

September 26th, 2015, 6pm

 

 

Douglas . . .  Father, son, brother, friend, lawyer, professor, candidate,
KNSJ 89.1 FM radio show host, Activist SD Board member, story teller...

~~~

You are invited to a gathering to celebrate the life

of  Douglas Holbrook on the 1 year anniversary of his passing.

We want a chance to reconnect Douglas' family, friends, professional relations,
musicians, comedy buffs and community radio lovers.

Share a story, a remembrance, a song, a lasting tribute.

Potluck - Bring a dish to share - drinks provided.

Location: Douglas's home & law office, 850 25th St. 92102

 

 

For info:  Bill Driscoll 619-384-4343    BillsRealestate@gmail.com 

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~



 Douglas Holbrook  
News and Public Affairs Fund

 

Douglas Holbrook, an attorney for 34 years, likened himself to Abe Lincoln, "an honest lawyer with a vision for how the business of government ought to be run."  He was also a faculty member at San Diego State University and the University of San Diego,  masterfully teaching political science and business law. Douglas hosted "Perspectives," a nationally syndicated radio program, and "Legally Speaking," a legal advice show. In the last couple of years Douglas redidicated his passion for radio, becoming KNSJ #1 radio hosts, and becoming President of ASD  to help launch San Diego's newest educational radio station, KNSJ 89.1 FM.

 

Douglas Holbrook was deeply concerned in his last years, that US democracy was being erroded by media monopolies.  Douglas especially focused his passion and leadership abilities on bring funding to KNSJ's budding News Department and public affairs shows, like Talk of the Town.  Douglas opened up his beloved historic home for studio recordings, meetings and fundraisers.

 

The Douglas Holbrook Fund will continue his unfinished work by supporting youth & new efforts to sustain community radio KNSJ.  The Fund will be administered by a federally registered 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, ASD, with grants being given to worthy projects & producers.

 

The Douglas Holbrook Fund for News & Public Affairs seeks to raise $25,000 to begin its efforts to train young citizen journalists as well as develop local news & civic discussion aimed at strengthening justice and democracy in San Diego.  The website DouglasHolbrookFund.org  and a newsletter will permanently acknowledge your generous contributors to Douglas Holbrook's Fund & track the good deeds done by recipients.   All donations are tax deductible.

 

"All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good people do nothing."

 

 

________________________________________________________________________

 

Douglas Holbrook ~ 

 

 

For more information call Mike Aguirre or Jim Brewster at

562-261-4892    or    DouglasHolbrookFund@KNSJ.org

 

                   Douglas Holbrook Fund for News & Public Affairs

 

 

Friends of Douglas,

 

If it is you wish, all information will be kept confidential except for publication of your name.

If your employer has a matching gifts program, please contact us for more information.

May we publish your name or your families' name or business on the website and in printed materials?  Y or N

If yes, would you rather pledge or donate as a business, organization, group of colleagues/friends?      
 
Please list all those in your group who wish to be recognized.

~ May we publish up your fond recollection of  Douglas?  What lasting legacy did he leave with you?

_____________________________________________________________________________
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 Douglas Holbrook Fund for News & Public Affairs

Pledge Levels

 

  •  $ 5,000 and above Douglas Holbrook Radio News Fund Founder

  •   $ 2,500 and above Douglas Holbrook Radio News  Legacy Donor    

  •   $ 1,000 and above Douglas' Radio Public Affairs Partner 

  •  $ 500 and above  Douglas Holbrook News  Cherished Colleague

  •   $ 250 and above  Douglas' Transformational Radio News Friend

  •   $ 100 and above  Douglas Holbrook Radio News  Associate

  •   $ 50 and above   Douglas Holbrook Treasured Friend

  •   $10- $50, $_______________  Douglas Holbrook Radio News Friend

 

 

 

Name(s): ______________________________________

Address: ______________________________________

City: _________________________ State: __________

Zip: _______________ Phone: ____________________

Fax: _______________ Email: ____________________

 

 

 

Send this card or donation pledge to: Douglas Holbrook Fund,

PO Box 5631, San Diego, CA 92165


 


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