Thursday, November 26, 2015

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Monday, November 23, 2015

[SDCPJ] Fwd: The House vote hurts Syrian and Iraqi refugees. We can't let the Senate make the same mistake



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From: "Kevin Martin, Peace Action" <peaceact@reply.salsalabs.com>
Date: November 23, 2015, 11:29:22 AM PST

Subject: The House vote hurts Syrian and Iraqi refugees. We can't let the Senate make the same mistake
Reply-To: peaceact@reply.salsalabs.com

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Last week, the House of not always so Representative(s) voted for the misnamed American Security Against Foreign Enemies (SAFE) Act, aka the stiff the Syrian and Iraqi refugees bill to put more hurdles in the way of desperate people fleeing wars and carnage for which the U.S. bears much responsibility. Forty-seven Democrats joined all but two Republicans in supporting this fear-mongering wrong-headed reaction to the recent tragic attacks in Paris. The vote in the House is right on the cusp of the 2/3 majority needed to override a promised presidential veto.

We can't let the Senate make the same mistake. While Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid says he will keep a similar bill from even being voted on in the Senate, we need to raise our voices, especially as the issue could be attached to a must-pass Omnibus spending bill in a few weeks, even if the Senate doesn't vote on the anti-refugee bill.

Please make two calls to your Senators today. You can reach their Washington, DC offices via the Congressional switchboard at 844-735-1362.  As Congress is in recess for the Thanksgiving holiday, you may have better luck calling their home offices. You can find those phone numbers on your Senators' websites or via links from this page http://www.senate.gov/senators/contact/

Please tell your Senators to oppose any and all attempts, such as the House bill, to make it harder for refugees from Iraq and Syria to come to the U.S. Instead, we should not only welcome but provide more assistance to refugees.

The moral stakes are simple -- the golden rule on a global scale. What would we want for our families if our communities were torn apart by unthinkable violence?  The United States has a proud tradition of welcoming the persecuted. Now is no time to turn back on that tradition.

Please call the Capitol Switchboard now: 844-735-1362
. Urge your Senators to vote no on bills that would stop the US from welcoming these refugees.

Thank you in advance for your compassionate action.

Peacefully Yours,

Kevin Martin
Executive Director
Peace Action

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Wednesday, November 18, 2015

[SDCPJ] Friday is the opening


Arab Film Festival in San Diego Opens this Friday

Opening night features The Wanted 18, an award-winning film that tells the true story of Israeli authorities' attempt to capture 18 Palestinian-owned cows which they deemed to be a security threat.  The festival also will screen the US premiere of Queens of Syria about Syrian women refugees in Jordan putting on a production of the classic Greek play Trojan Women about the effects of war on women.   Go to www.SanDiegoAFF.org for more information and to see trailers.






Tuesday, November 17, 2015

[SDCPJ] Arab Film Festival Starts Friday!

Opening night features The Wanted 18, an award-winning film that tells the true story of Israeli authorities' attempt to capture 18 Palestinian-owned cows which they deemed to be a security threat.  The festival also will screen the US premiere of Queens of Syria about Syrian women refugees in Jordan putting on a production of the classic Greek play Trojan Women about the effects of war on women.   Go to www.SanDiegoAFF.org for more information and to see trailers.


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Sunday, November 15, 2015

[SDCPJ] Nov 18: Che Cafe Court Hearing for Appeal of Eviction Ruling - Call for Solidarity!

Dear Friends,

 
Please take time out to pack the courtroom and show solidarity.
 
The long-awaited hearing on our appeal of the October 2014 trial court ruling in the Che Café unlawful detainer (eviction) lawsuit is upon us.
 
November 18, 2015
2:30 pm
Appellate Division of the Superior Court, 220 West Broadway, San Diego, CA.

 

It's in the presiding department on 2nd floor. It's a big room by the elevators.

 

It will be before a three judge panel.

 

 

 

Although we negotiated a "suspension" of eviction enforcement action with the UCSD administration on July 15, 2015 and opened talks -- weekly meetings -- with them to resolve the conflict peacefully, the administration still has the legal "right" to complete the eviction process and has refused to ask the trial court to set aside the eviction ruling or, alternatively, has refused to negotiate a legal settlement out of court to resolve our appeal of that ruling. They are hanging on to the chance of winning the appeal. We all have to ask "why?"

 

 

 

 

WHAT IS AT STAKE?

1) If we win then the June 13, 2014 Notice of Termination of the Che Café lease will be nullified;

 

2) If we win then the 2006-2016 Master Space Agreement (MSA) lease will be reinstated;

 

3) If we win then the UCSD administration will be ordered to comply with the dispute resolution procedure contained in the MSA; ironically, the last step in that procedure (Chancellor Review) is similar to what we have been doing with the Che delegation meetings with the Chancellor and his administration since July 15, 2015;

 

4) If we win then the eviction ruling will be overturned and the eviction order posted on the Café in March 2015 will be nullified;

 

5) If we win then the court may order the UC Regents and UCSD administration to pay our legal expenses (over $20K, so far);

 

6) If we lose then it is unlikely that the UCSD administration will immediately change course and stop the positive negotiations we have had since July 2015 -- to resolve the dispute without an eviction confrontation and with the administration agreeing instead to pay for some or all building repairs and maintenance work -- but the administration would be on stronger legal ground if they changed their public position again and decided to push forward with eviction;

 

7) If we lose then both a trial court and an appellate court would have rubber-stamped a "right" of the UCSD administration to ARBITRARILY terminate a student coop lease. The long term ramifications for all four of the current student/worker-owned and operated coops* could include constant risk of eviction and no security of their place on the campus. Whether new protections against arbitrary eviction could be written into a new lease, and hold up in court, would be in question;

 

8) If we lose then we may have to depend even more than we have (which is substantial and impressive already) on direct action and public pressure to not only Save the Che Café, but to Protect All the Coops.

 

Che Café Support Network

mk

 

* The four current UCSD student/worker cooperatives are:

The Food Co-op

The General Store Co-op

Groundwork Bookstore

The Che Café

 

 

See background information on the UCSD admnistration's attack upon the Che Café and the Save the Save the Che Café Campaign at http://newindicator.com/wp/

Why Do They Hate Us?


Saturday, November 14, 2015

[SDCPJ] Activist Meeting: ~ Is Racism Alive and well in America? Mon., 7 pm ~ Nov. 16




Activist San Diego's General Meeting
Joyce Beers Community Center ~ Hillcrest - 3900 Vermont
1.5 blocks north of Univ. Av, near Panera's & Aladdin's Restaurant
ActivistSanDiego.org/node/5041


Is Racism Alive and well in America?

Dynamic Panel with
Public Discussion Q&A
Monday, 7 pm Nov. 16


*Come Hear panelists and participate:
Tayari Howard Moderator:  ASD Board Member, KBLK, KNSJ, NAN-SD, Black Men United
Channing Moore: NUBIAN
Jose Medina - Freedom Road, EHC
Andrew Le - ASD; On Mass Incarceration
Reverend Shane Harris: National Action Network (NAN-SD)


Many people claim that the USA's melting pot is heading for a color-blind society in the near future.
Racial justice activists point out the rising economic and racial divide,
the growing re-segregation of our schools, mass incarceration, police shooting ,
'gang injunctions, growing unemployment among communities of color
--especially among youth, ever-tighter voting restrictions

Participate in the Dialogue:
Racism: WHAT'S YOUR OPINION?
WHAT ACTIONS AND SOLUTIONS DO ACTIVISTS PROPOSE?


for more info: 619-871-9354 or ActivistSD@gmail.com



Friday, November 13, 2015

Democracy NOW 13 November 2015


[SDCPJ] PLEASE FORWARD: Activist Meeting: ~ Is Racism Alive and well in America? Mon., 7 pm ~ Nov. 16


Activist San Diego's General Meeting
Joyce Beers Community Center ~ Hillcrest - 3900 Vermont
1.5 blocks north of Univ. Av, near Panera's & Aladdin's Restaurant
ActivistSanDiego.org/node/5041


Is Racism Alive and well in America?

Dynamic Panel with
Public Discussion Q&A
Monday, 7 pm Nov. 16

*Come Hear panelists and participate:
Tayari Howard Moderator:  ASD Board Member, KBLK, KNSJ, NAN-SD, Black Men United
Channing Moore: NUBIAN
Jose Medina - Freedom Road, EHC
Andrew Le - ASD; On Mass Incarceration
Reverend Shane Harris: National Action Network (NAN-SD)

Many people claim that the USA's melting pot is heading for a color-blind society in the near future.
Racial justice activists point out the rising economic and racial divide,
the growing re-segregation of our schools, mass incarceration, police shooting ,
'gang injunctions, growing unemployment among communities of color
--especially among youth, ever-tighter voting restrictions

Participate in the Dialogue:
Racism: WHAT'S YOUR OPINION?
WHAT ACTIONS AND SOLUTIONS DO ACTIVISTS PROPOSE?


for more info: 619-871-9354 or ActivistSD@gmail.com




[SDCPJ] 11/14 ~ All Ages Peace Place

Last one of 2015!
 

All-Ages Peace Place
"Second Saturdays" from 10 am – 12 noon
July 11, Aug 8, Sept 12, Oct 10, Nov 14
@ PRC, 3850 Westgate Place, 92105

For Adults: Enjoy coffee with a friend, Use our wi-fi, Play or read with the kids, Browse our books and DVD's

For Youth: Arts & Crafts, Picture Books, Games & Puzzles, Children's media

Individuals and families are welcome; responsible, independent youth may attend without a parent. Bring your friends!

Flyer at www.PRCSD.org
or Facebook at 

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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] Sat 11/21 VOLUNTEERS needed: PRC 35th Anniversary

The Peace Train is rolling!
Will you have a seat?

On Sat 11/21, the PRC is hosting a "Souper Supper" to celebrate 35 years. While we have some awesome Souper volunteers lined up, we still need more...

Can YOU help? 
(p.s. if money is a hardship, this is an awesome way to contribute!!)

If you're willing and able, please reply to MARIAH@prcsd.org
and indicate which time/tasks you will help with:

     4:00 - 5:15 pm (5 people: 3 for general setup, 2 for kitchen)
     5:00 - 6:30 pm (1 person to assist at door, handout programs etc)
     5:30 - 7:00 pm (1-2 people to assist kitchen, refills, etc.)
     8:30 - 9:30 pm (4 people for various cleanup)


--- EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT --->>

THE PEACE RESOURCE CENTER'S
35th ANNIVERSARY!

** You won't want to miss this! **

35 years and still rolling... 
Next stop, the Future!
ALL ABOARD the PRC Peace Train!

Appropriate "travel attire" includes your favorite peace t-shirt, buttons, and other wearable peace paraphernalia.

SATURDAY, November 21st
@ Peace Campus, 3850 Westgate Place, 92105

4:30-5:30... Open House inside the PRC
5:00......... Dinner doors open (at sanctuary)
     - Check out the creative fun(d)-raising, including a photo booth
5:30......... "Souper Supper" dinner, made by volunteer peace cooks!
     - with music by "Thiago & Nichole"
     - vegetarian/vegan soups, cornbread, and dessert 
6:15......... Welcome
6:30......... Program "This is Your Life, PRC"
     - music by Peggy Watson & sing-alongs with Tom Owen-Towle
     - Birthday Cake & recognition of Carol Jahnkow
     - New Board Member introductions

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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] Bazaar Deadline! Sun Nov 15th

The Peace Bazaar planning committee is excited about the 20 great groups signed up so far -- are you one of them?!

If you haven't yet, the deadline is SUNDAY, NOV 15th (by 11:59pm).
Or... if you know of groups you want there, tell them!

Below is more information and the online application.

Thanks!
Mariah, on behalf of the Bazaar planners

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Peace Bazaar 2015 - Application

If you have trouble viewing or submitting this form, 

This is the online application to request to table in the
Annual Peace on Earth Holiday Bazaar
Saturday, Dec. 5th, 2015

from 10 am - 2 pm
at the Mid-City Gym, 43rd St & Landis St, San Diego, 92105.

If your group would like to join >>> Please read ALL the information below and then, to apply, fill out the form right away! This event does fill up. And early bird discounts are due by Nov 1.

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For over 25 years, the San Diego's Peace on Earth Holiday Bazaar has promoted alternative holiday gift giving by offering people the opportunity to purchase violence-free, socially responsible gifts. The event is held annually for local not-for-profit community organizations that are working with nonviolent means and in collaboration for peace, social justice, and an environmentally healthy world.

This year, we will again include elements of entertainment to make the event an enjoyable experience for all who attend. We will be working to draw more sellers and buyers using social media, fliers and other outreach methods. Our committee is working hard each year to make the Holiday Bazaar bigger and better!

DEADLINE >> Early bird is NO LATER THAN Saturday, November 1. The final deadline is November 15. Space is limited and could run out, so PLEASE reply BEFORE THE DEADLINE. An email or phone message will NOT reserve your space – you must submit the application online or by mail as described.

TABLE FEES >> We include two chairs for each group. The fees cover the facility costs, flyers, mailings, tables, chairs and other expenses. After Nov. 1, the fees increase and are $10 per table higher. The final deadline to apply will be Saturday Nov 15th.

** EARLY BIRD Applications BY Nov 1st (11:59 PM) ** have the following choices:
one 6-foot table ($25),
two 6' tables ($50),
or three 6' tables ($75).

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

EVENT SCHEDULE (on that Saturday):
Set-up begins at 9am, arrive no later than 9:30am.
Set-up finished no later than 10 am.
Open to Public from 10-2pm.
Take-down begins at 2pm
Clean-up must be finished (& all out) by 3pm.

SELLING ITEMS >> In the past, groups have raised funds at the bazaar with greeting cards, books, t-shirts, CDs, posters, gift memberships, seedlings, handicrafts, baked goods, etc. We believe it is important to keep expanding the selection of items for shoppers, so please consider adding to your offerings this year.

TO APPLY >>
*Only* not-for-profit community groups can apply (not individuals or businesses).
Fill out the form below. Then pay after you receive an approval email with instructions;

Remember, apply ASAP -- space is limited and may run out (yes, it's happened!).

FINAL DEADLINE >> 11:59 PM on November 15th. Email or phone messages will NOT reserve your space – you must submit the form online (or mail must be received by the deadline). Payment is expected to be sent within 3 business days.

The SUCCESS of the whole Peace Bazaar depends on...
EVERYONE HELPING WITH PUBLICITY. Please widely share the flyers from our website. Even if your organization decides not to set up a table, please help us publicize this important justice-building event to your membership!

We look forward to your participation in this special "peace bazaar" !!
Questions? Contact us...
Peace Resource Center at 619-263-9301, bazaar@prcsd.org
Project Y.A.N.O. at 760-634-3604, projyano@aol.com

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



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

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

[SDCPJ] Fwd: NEWS ADVISORY: Local Veterans Honor Fallen Veterans From Southern California on Veterans Day

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: "Gil Field" <gfield@san.rr.com>
Date: Nov 10, 2015 1:00 PM
Subject: NEWS ADVISORY: Local Veterans Honor Fallen Veterans From Southern California on Veterans Day
To:
Cc:

NEWS ADVISORY
 
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
 
Local Veterans To Honor Fallen Veterans From Southern California On Veterans Day (Wednesday, November 11th)
 
Summary:
 
The San Diego Veterans For Peace chapter will be setting up its Hometown Arlington West Memorial from 8 AM to 5 PM on Veterans Day, November 11th, 2015, in front of the USS Midway Museum on Harbor Drive.  The memorial consists of Arlington Cemetery replica headstones with the name, local city and date of death for the 300+ service members from southern California who have died in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars.  Visitors are encouraged to stop by, honor the fallen, take a turn reading from the list of the 6500 fallen from the entire US, and reflect on the overall cost of war. 
 
Where:  Front lawn area of the USS Midway Museum, 910 N. Harbor Drive, San Diego, CA
 
When:  8 AM to 5 PM on Veterans Day, Wednesday, November 11th, 2015
 
Why:  Originally Armistice Day, recognizing the end of World War 1, Veterans Day has become a day to honor veterans and especially those who have given their lives in the service of their country. 
 
What:  Hometown Arlington West Memorial, as established and set-up by the San Diego Veterans For Peace Chapter #91.
 
Who:  The San Diego Veterans For Peace, the local chapter of the national Veterans For Peace organization, is a 501-C-3 veterans educational organization, with veterans of all five services and associate members, dedicated to educating the public to the overall costs of war. 
 
For press interviews or additional information about the event, please contact USMC veteran Jan Ruhman at 858-361-6273 or at  jallan.ruhman@gmail.com 
 
Submitted by:
 
Gilbert E. Field
Director for Communications
San Diego Veterans For Peace
 
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Monday, November 9, 2015

[SDCPJ] Global Day for Climate Action

The San Diego Climate Mobilization Coalition invites you to join us at Al Gore's Global Day for Climate Action!  

 

Saturday November 14th at Noon at the Federal Building on Broadway and Front Street, San Diego 92101. 

 

 In conjunction with Al Gore's Climate Reality Project and leading up to the December Paris talks we will be calling on the U.S. Government to begin the national mobilization to make the transition off fossil fuel and on renewable energy!

 

We encourage organizations to have a contingent present for the rally.  Artistic expression via signs, banners, costumes, street theatre is encouraged. 

 

Flyers for distribution in your neighborhood are available at Ocean Beach Peoples Food Co-op, 4765 Voltaire St - 92107, and at the Ocean Beach Green Center, 4843 B Voltaire St - 92107.

 

If you would like to volunteer for tabling for this event in front of Ocean Beach People's Food Co-op, please contact Derek at 858-775-0365.

 

For more information, please contact:  oceanbeachgreencenter@gmail.com

 

facebook.com/SDClimateMobilization

 

Take the climate action pledge:  www.theclimatemobilizaiton.org

Sunday, November 8, 2015

Corrupt Judges. Wall of Shame. AR "Douchebag Judge" Mike Maggio

Ohio Social Workers and Attorneys Criticize “Chaotic and Tyrannical” Judge for Abducting Children

Ohio Social Workers and Attorneys Criticize “Chaotic and Tyrannical” Judge for Abducting Children

Saturday, November 7, 2015

[SDCPJ] Join Fight for $15 Day of Action Next Tuesday! 11/10/2015



Reminder: National Day of Action for
Fight for $15 next Tuesday!
RSVP to Cristina Hernandez at Cristina@icwj.org
or at 619-573-4654
 *Rise & Shine*
Fight for $15
Kick-Off Event
7:00 a.m.

McDonalds
1260 Park Blvd.
San Diego, 92101
Across from City College -
Corner of "A" Street &
Park Blvd
4:00 p.m.
State Building Downtown
1350 Front Street

In Solidarity with
In-Home Supportive
Services Workers

Followed by a
March to …

Civic Center Plaza
202 "C" Street
4:30 p.m.
Super Rally!

3 hours free parking with validation at Horton Plaza
Tuesday, November 10th
 
Be a part of this historic moment in the struggle to end income inequality and lift our voices for racial justice.
 
  • $15 and Union Rights for all
  • Increase access to Higher Education
  • Fix the Broken Criminal Justice System
  • Educate our communities and increase voter participation
  • Support Immigration Reforms
  • Create more local jobs – NO TPP
  • Increase access to Affordable Housing
  • Protect our planet – Its well-being has been entrusted to us!
"There is nothing but a lack of social vision to prevent us from paying an adequate wage to every American citizen whether he be a hospital worker, laundry worker, maid, or day laborer."
                   —Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
Walking our faith & lifting our voices for justice!
 
 
Address postal inquiries to:
Interfaith Center for Worker Justice of San Diego County
3758 30th Street
San Diego, CA 92104
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Thursday, November 5, 2015

14 Things Courts Ignored While Turning a Baby Girl Over to an Abuser: Progress in the World Radio Show




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Sunday 8 November 2015

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Walter Davis


“SAVING MADI”

Between 2003 and 2011 little Madi was sentenced by the Family Court of Columbia County Arkansas to unsupervised visitation with her father whom was a substantiated sexual abuser in Louisiana. 



Jill Jones-Soderman, Founder, The Foundation for Child Victims of the Family Court
The father was not substantiated for abuse on the same set of facts in Arkansas, where the abusers father had served as a Judge on the Arkansas Supreme Court and worked as an attorney. Business connections with members of the Arkansas Attorney General's Office protected the abuser from prosecution and therefore from being kept from asserting rights to visitation and sexual contact with the child.

At the onset of forced visitation with her father Madi was screaming, crying and clinging to her mother's leg to keep from being passed over to her father. In Mar.'06 the child was taken to the pediatrician for chaffing and severe rashes in her “private area”

The mother had no idea of what was happening to her child. She asked naive questions
that the abuser must have been laughing about behind her back.

The father owned several well known bars that had the reputation for serving drinks with date rape drugs served to young women who attended the bars.

The health department was involved in investigations as was the drug task force of the FBI. The bars were shut down for “non payment of sales tax”.

Despite the fact that the perpetrator was caught with a counterfeiting plate, he was never prosecuted. Despite the fact that there was hard evidence of drug trafficking, possession of drug paraphernalia, possession of pornography, the Arkansas authorities continued to cast a blind eye.

The perpetrator continued as untouchable – even admitting to all criminal actions.

Columbia County authorities stated to the mother of an ex wife of the perpetrator who was fighting for custody of her son, “We will bankrupt you if you keep up” seeking court action against our client”.

The mother in question attempted to pursue custody of her child based on ample evidence. The mother lost her home, her personal finances and her child. The perpetrator was given custody of the child, was able to leave the state of Arkanasas to move to Missouri, where he is supposed to be on a sex offenders list, but isn't.

Madi's mother and grandmother joined forces along with other unlikely forces to protect Madi as much as possible from abuse during forced visitation with her father.



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