Friday, May 12, 2017






Jailed Reporter Barrett Brown on Press Freedom, FBI Crimes & Why He Wouldn't Do Anything Differently

On Black Mama's Bail Out Day, "Goal is to Free Our People from These Cages" Before Mother's Day

Donald Trump Orders "Election Integrity" Commission Headed by Architects of Voter Suppression

[SDCPJ] Fwd: [ShutSanOnofre] QUICK OPPTY to make a difference: Attend Coastal Commission Mtg in SD!

 [ShutSanOnofre] QUICK OPPTY to make a difference: Attend Coastal Commission Mtg in SD!

Want to make an important difference to the safety of our community? Here is your chance to say No Nukes at the Beach or make a public comment to the Coastal Commission on Wednesday, Thursday or Friday- 8:30 a.m. on May 10th,11th,12th at the Board of Supervisors Chambers, 1600 Pacific Hwy, San Diego.
We cannot bury nuclear waste at the beach. The canisters for the dangerous nuclear waste are too big, too hot and too thin and will corrode in the ocean air and there is no technology to inspect for safety when they are buried.

We cannot afford to pay huge sums of money on a power plant that is not operating.

More info or email

P.S. Press Conference at 7:30 on May 11 outside Admin Bldg

--   -------  Ray Lutz  Citizens' Oversight Projects (COPs)  619-820-5321  
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[SDCPJ] Please Forward: Meet Amy Goodman in San Diego for 5 PM RECEPTION prior to the 7PM talk on May 16th Book Signing

Please Forward:
Amy Goodman Speaks to San Diego!
National Book Tour and Book Signing
Covering the Movements that Change America
  May 16th
7 PM ~ St. Paul's Cathedral

700 seats will sell out! Reserve yours at  "Amy Speaks to San Diego"
$16 online, $20 at the door  ARRIVE EARLY!  Doors open at 6 pm

Lori Sandana, Mike Aguirre, Floyd Morrow and Georgette Gomez invite you to a

Meet Amy Goodman at 5 PM RECEPTION
Tickets available for the VIP Reception include Wine & Cheese, Food, music, Amy's chat, opportunity to meet Amy Goodman and Denis Moynahan, entrance into main event and Reserved Seating.  A small number of Tickets available at $75 at  "Amy Speaks to San Diego"    5 pm to 6:45pm
At Reception, Get Amy's signed book for just $10!

~ A Benefit for KNSJ 89.1 FM and Activist San ~

Martin Eder -

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Heal Your Life with Dr. Carolle Episode 3

Show Link

Call in Number 310-861-2349

HEAL YOUR LIFE: 25 Ways to Unleash Your Innate Healing Powers by Finding Your Purpose and Connecting with a Higher Power - Episode #3 On Progress in Your World

This is an Internet Radio Show

8 AM Pacific 10 May 2017

Dr. Carolle has an amazing story and she is an amazing healer. Welcome to part 3 in a POWERFUL series of interviews.

Our listening audience is raving about the brilliance of Dr. Carolle.
We will continue to explore how one of the world’s most well-known, beloved and powerful healers arose from poverty, assault, civil unrest and betrayal. We will explore her new book HEAL YOUR LIFE: 25 Ways to Unleash Your Innate Healing Powers by Finding Your Purpose and Connecting with a Higher Power.
We will explore early chapters of her new book.

We will review her training in the eastern and mid-western United State, Haiti and Mexico. We will learn of how she delivered thousands of babies while making life and death decisions. See how she became the only black OB-GYN in San Diego and how she developed the Women's Sanctuary. See how her knowledege of different languages allows her to execute excellent bedside manner with a variety of different cultures.

Most important, we will explore her spiritual foundation in Haiti with her grandmother and how her family tradition of healing evolved into a woman with powerful skills honed with science, faith, spirituality, herbs and love.


Thursday, May 4, 2017

[SDCPJ] Fwd: North County Climate Change Alliance Bulletin for May 2017

North County Climate Change Alliance Bulletin for May 2017

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Urgent Action Items                                                                                                                
Bipartisan Climate Solutions Caucus: Please contact Duncan Hunter ( and encourage him to join the House of Representatives' Bipartisan Climate Solutions Caucus. Want more information, or not sure what to say? Visit the Citizen's Climate Lobby:

Political Action: Contact your state and local lawmakers ( and let them know how you feel about any anti-environment bills being proposed. Track them here:
Live in Vista? Do you want an effective way to lower your city's greenhouse gas emissions? Support Community Choice Energy! Call your city officials and ask them to look into how Community Choice Energy can benefit the city and the environment. Contact Tony Winney (Assistant to the City Manger) 760 643-5208 or To learn more about Community Choice Energy: Contact Erika Morgan at

Upcoming Events________________________________________

Fallbrook Democratic Club: Thursday, May 4th from 6:30 to 8:00PM at the Hilltop Center (331 E Elder St., Fallbrook, CA 92028) Eve Simmons, a decades-long environmental advocate and member of the Citizen's Climate Lobby will speak on issues relating to the environment and climate change. Follow Eve on Twitter @ Eve_Simmons, and on her blog
Beach Nuclear Waste Facility – Public Meeting: Thursday, May 4th 6:00PM – 9:00PM at the Oceanside City Council Chambers (300 North Coast Hwy., Oceanside, CA 92054) Where will the nuclear waste from San Onofre be stored? Should 3.6 million pounds of nuclear waste be stored only 100 feet from the ocean, and only inches above the high-tide salt water mark? In the event of a radioactive leak what would happen to the California coast? This is your chance to speak up! For more info:

San Pasqual Band of Mission Indians: Saturday, May 6th starting at 9:00AM at the San Pasqual Ball fields (27315 N. Lake Wohlford Rd., Valley Center, CA 92082) Park Day and Movie Night! This family friendly event is an opportunity to come together to learn more about environmental issues and environmental protection of the reservation. Participants who volunteer in beatification and cleanup efforts at the park will be provided lunch. There will also be informational booths (NCCCA will have one), activities and in the evening food available to purchase. At 7:30 Disney's movie WALL_E will be shown. For more info contact Melissa Morales at 760 708-9354

WEATHER ON STEROIDS: THE ART OF CLIMATE CHANGE SCIENCE: Sunday, May 7 at 4:30-7:30PM at the La Jolla Historical Society Wisteria Cottage Gallery (780 Prospect St., La Jolla, CA 92037). Attend this special event benefiting the Citizen's Climate Lobby San Diego North. Mingle with the artists and scientists featured in the exhibit and enjoy wine and light appetizers. The proceeds will support CCLSDN members going to Washington D.C. to lobby for a Carbon Fee and Dividend plan. Tickets are $40 and pre-event purchase is required at: (If you are unable to attend but would like to donate please use the same link.)

Escondido Climate Action Alliance: Tuesday, May 9th at 12:00PM at the home of Charlie Jungk (call 760 214-6618 for directions) Do you live in Escondido? Then join other concerned residents and members of environmental and civic groups for lunch and brainstorming! Current areas of focus are: improving the Climate Action Plan, exploring Community Choice Energy, encouraging the city council to endorse Carbon Fee and Dividend and promoting environmental and climate change literacy.

Our Changing Climate Series: Thursday, May 11th from 5:30PM to 7:30PM at the Vista County Library (700 Eucalyptus Ave., Vista, CA 92084). Peder Norby, former SD County Planning Commissioner and recently serving as the Chairman of the Technical Advisory Committee will speak about the connection between transportation and greenhouse gases and how we can reduce emissions generated by the transportation sector. There will be time for questions from the audience. To learn more contact Bobby Kingins from the North County Climate Change Alliance at 760-583-5096 

UCSD Talk: Thursday, May 11th from 5:00PM to 5:50PM in the first floor conference room at the Muir Biology Building on the UCSD campus. Dr. Tom English, a former EPA official, electrical engineer, environmental advocate and former advisor to the White House will speak about the issue of high level nuclear waste at San Onofre. For more info please call 760 918-9963

Temecula Sierra Club: Thursday, May 11th at 6:00PM at the Temecula Library (30600 Pauba Rd., Temecula, CA 92592) The Sierra Club will host a talk by environmental activist and green blogger ( Eve Simmons entitled, "The Holy Grail of Climate Solutions… Pricing Carbon!" For more info email

Citizen's Climate Lobby – San Diego North County Inland Chapter: Saturday May 13th at 9:30AM in the Fallbrook/Rainbow area (RSVP to get address) Learn how to advocate Climate Action to the US Congress. Guest speaker (via teleconference) will be Dr. Natasha DeJarnett from the American Public Health Association. Her specialty areas include climate change and environmental exposures. Contact To register for the National Conference please visit

North County Climate Change Alliance Monthly Meeting: Saturday, May 20th at 1:00PM at the Harding Community Center (3096 Harding Street, Carlsbad, CA 92008). Networking opportunity for groups and individuals concerned about climate change. Contact: Bobby Kingins at 760 583-5096 for more info.

Climate Action Commission: Wednesday May 17th at 5:30PM at the Solana Beach City Hall 635 Hwy 101, Solana Beach, CA 92075 The commission's purpose is to assist in developing a Climate Action Plan for the city of Solana Beach. Contact: Dan King at 858 720-2477 

Carlsbad Sustainability Coalition: Monday, May 22nd at 5:00PM Discussion led by Gary Nessim on looking toward the future of Carlsbad circa 2040! What will it be like? Will it be truly sustainable, livable, walk-able etc.? What will it take to get there? For more info and location contact Phil Rogul at 760 804-1870.

Our Revolution North County San Diego: Saturday, May 27th from 10:00AM to 12:00PM at 2251 Catalina Ave., Vista, CA 92084 Learn about federal, state and local government organization and how to most effectively influence decision makers at each level. This information will enable you to advocate more effectively for important causes including crucial climate change issues. Michael Byron, a local college professor who earned Ph.D. in Political Science from UC Irvine will conduct this informative workshop. For more info: 

Eco Rotary Club Solana Beach: meets every Tuesday at 6:00PM at the Leport School Solana Beach (in the library) 1010 Solana Drive, Solana Beach, CA 92075. Each meeting features speakers on a variety of topics relating to the environment and climate change. For more information visit or contact Niel Lund at

Volunteer Opportunities___________________________________

Escondido: Members of the Escondido Chamber of Citizens and other individuals are seeking Escondido residents to join them in their efforts to improve the city's Climate Action Plan. Here is an excellent link to the Climate Action Campaign's report on the Climate Action Plans of different cities in San Diego County. Contact: Patricia Borchmann at 760 580-7046


North County Climate Change Alliance:    

To Learn More______________________________________________
San Diego Climate Action Network:
Online: Skeptical Science:
Real Climate:

New Book: How can cities, businesses and citizens save the planet? Read Climate of Hope by Michael Bloomberg and Carl Pope to find out! Available now. Visit

Documentary: THE AGE OF CONSEQUENCES "explores how climate change impacts resource scarcity, migration and conflict through the lens of US national security and global scarcity." Available on Amazon. For more info:

One way you can Act Now on Climate Change______________________

Be a Conscientious Consumer: Greenhouse gas emissions from animal agriculture contributes to the climate crisis. Reducing consumption of meat, especially beef and lamb will have a positive impact on reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

About the North County Climate Change Alliance

The North County Climate Change Alliance is a nonprofit and nonpartisan organization that is made up of an eclectic group of North County residents. Our objective is to educate, inspire, unite and  empower all individuals to act now on Climate Change. NCCCA, other environmental organizations and interested individuals meet monthly to network, collaborate and exchange information. Collectively the focus is on ensuring a healthy planet where this and future generations will thrive, not just struggle to survive. NCCCA is seeking new members as well as environmental nonprofits and concerned indivduals to participate in the monthly Alliance meetings. Contact Bobby Kingins at If you have  suggestions or submission requests for the ACT NOW Bulletin please contact Marian Sedio at 

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Tuesday, May 2, 2017

O'Reilly and Ailes Ousted at Fox News

Jane Mayer and the Dark Money the Propelled Trump and Bannon to Power

Robert Mercer and Dark Money

Is North Carolina Still a Democracy?

The U.S. Political Scene: Whiteness and the Legitimacy Crisis of Global Capitalism

This is an important article on capitalism and why it does not work, why we need to have conversations about it. 

It is well written and easy to read.

Sunday, April 30, 2017

[SDCPJ] May Events from the Ocean Beach Green Center

From: Ocean Beach Green Center <>
Date: April 30, 2017 at 5:33:23 
Subject: May Events from the Ocean Beach Green Center

May Events at the Ocean Beach Green Center

Ocean Beach Green Center, 4843 B Voltaire Street, Ocean Beach 92107  619.225.1083


May 11th     Thursday     7:00 p.m.   Film Night  " Can You Dig This"  South Central Los Angeles. What comes to mind is gangs, drugs, liquor stores, abandoned buildings and vacant lots. The last thing that you would expect to find is a beautiful garden sprouting up through the concrete. This 2015 film by Delila Vallot explores the urban gardening revolution currently taking place in one of the largest food deserts in the country.  It follows the inspirational personal journeys of five 'ganster gardeners,' all planting the seeds for a better life. Trailer at:  Free of charge


May 18th Thursday A Growing Passion on KPBS will feature Ocean Beach's urban forests and cover the Tree Advocacy Class the Ocean Beach Green Center co-sponsored on March 25th.  Check out the great Tree Advocacy Handbook available on our website for downloading.  More info:


May Events NOT at the Ocean Beach Green Center


Every Saturday at 10:00 a.m. May 6th, May 13th, May20th, May27th Climate Mobilization Coalition Meeting   Ocean Beach People's Cooperative Community Room, 4765 Voltaire Street.  Come help plan for the upcoming Climate Action events    Contact:


May 1st  MondayMany events all day  3pm – 5pm May Day Rally and March for Workers Everywhere Federal Building 880 Front St. Rally 3 pm March at 4 pm to Chicano Park
AFT sponsored Teach-ins, marches and rallies, see schedule at

Other sponsors


May 1st 7 pm Green Party presents" Refinery Town" with author Steve Early.  University of San Diego  , 5998 Alcala Park, Humanities Center, Serra Hall, San Diego 92110.Hear author Steve Early on the Richmond Progressive Alliance and "Rebel Cities" in the Trump era.  Learn about the success of the local progressive organizing done in Richmond, California.  More info:


May 5rh Friday 6:30 pm Sierra Club presents Madagascar: Land of Ghosts  Joyce Beers Center, 3900 Vermont Street, San Diego 92103 A story of exploration, conservation and tragedy in the rainforests of Madagascar. More info:



May 6th Saturday 10 am to 12 pm National Action Network Community Breakfast  5100 Federal Blvd. San Diego 92105. Join NAN's Community breakfast meeting and panel on  "Foster care is a civil rights issue" as they take an in depth look at the child welfare system in San Diego. More info


May 6th  Saturday 9:30 am to 12 pm Community Choice Energy Forum First Unitarian Universalist Church  Bard Hall, 4190 Front St San Diego 92103, Come hear NICOLE CAPRETZ and City Council member CHRIS WARD explain community choice energy to bring clean energy electricity in San Diego. CCE brings local control and freedom of choice and competition into the electricity marketplace. Free. For more info:

May 6th Saturday 9 am to 3 pm Peace and Social Justice Work-a-thon Mt Hope Community Garden, 4261 Market St, San Diego, CA 92102, Volunteer for a day of service or sponsor a volunteer worker in support of the Mt. Hope Community Garden, an initiative of Project New Village in Southeastern San Diego. Benefits Peace Resource Center and Project YANO  More info:


Can Congress pass a law that will grow the economy, create jobs, save lives, and reduce U.S. carbon dioxide emissions by over 50% in just twenty years? What is the difference between "fee and dividend" and a carbon tax? How can we as individuals and groups bring our political will to the table? These and more questions will be addressed by Carl Yaeckel, retired attorney and Congressional Liaison with Citizens Climate Lobby (CCL), which is headquartered right here in San Diego. With more than 45,000 volunteers and 325 chapters across the country, CCL is bringing lawmakers together to work on climate change solutions.  More info:

May 12th Friday  6:30 pm Sierra Club film night  " SYMPHONY OF THE SOIL"   8304 Clairemont Mesa Blvd.  #101, 92111.  Drawing from ancient knowledge and cutting edge science, this film is an artistic exploration of the complex and dynamic nature of soil and the elaborate relationships between soil, water, the atmosphere, plants and animals.  The film also examines our human relationship with soil, its use and misuse in agriculture,   deforestation and development, and the latest scientific research on the key role of soil in ameliorating the most challenging environmental issues of our time. More info:  Jean Costa 619-463-0721 or

May 12th Friday 6 pm Surfrider presents 17th Annual EPIC Auction & ART GALA  Benefiting our Ocean, Waves and Beaches.  Paradise Point Resort 1404 Vacation Rd. San Diego 92109  More info:

May 13th Saturday Fresh Cinema's Film, Food, and Science ShowcaseDigital Gym Cinema, 2921 El Cajon Blvd. North Park 92104. Join us as we showcase three food and science-related movies (Forks Over Knives, King Corn & The Martian) followed by hosted panels with local science experts. Plus free simple, cost effective healthy eating food demonstrations by local chefs, live music and much more! More info:


May 14th Sunday 9 am to 10 am Fossil fuel Divestment with Dr. Eric HalgrenST PAUL'S EPISCOPAL CAYHEDRAL 2728 6TH AVE. IN THE GUILD ROOM There is little scientific debate that if Big Oil burns all of their proven fossil fuel reserves, climate change will go from being a significant problem to a devastating one. One way to pressure these companies to leave 80% of these reserves in the ground is through divestment.  What is divestment? Where has it succeeded? What are the impacts for investors, both individual and corporate? Might it be appropriate for St. Paul's? These questions will be discussed by Dr. Eric Halgren, Neuroscientist at UCSD, who has been in the middle of efforts to get both UCSD and CALPERS and CALSTIRS to divest. A response will be offered by St. Paul's own Endowment Committee.  More info:

May 16th Tuesday 7 pm to 9 pm Activist San Diego and KNSJ Radio present Democracy Now's Amy Goodman, St. Paul's Cathedral Episcopal 2728 Sixth Ave. San Diego 92103 The unprecedented resistance to Donald Trump did not materialize overnight. Grassroots movements have been challenging the establishment for years, and if you haven't listened to Democracy Now!, you don't know what's happening in America!  More info:


May 19th Friday 6 pm to 8:30 pm OB Exposed Ocean Beach Historical Society Come support are unique community at our annual Photographic Impressions of Ocean Beach & Point Loma exhibit and contest. Masonic Center 1711 Sunset Cliffs Blvd. OB 92107 More info:



May 20th Saturday 5 pm A Story of Resilience  Recital Hall, Balboa Park.  Join KARAMA, ADC San Diego, BDS San Diego, Jewish Voice for Peace-SD, Middle Eastern Rights Association, Palestinian Youth Movement-SD and PAWA-SD as they commemorate 69 years of Al Nakba  with a dinner and program.  More info:

May 24th Wednesday 6 pm Very Important Planet Reception and E.A.E.T.H.Awards  City of San Diego Department of Environmental Services "Green Building", 9601 Ridgehaven Court. Our annual VIP Reception is an evening of celebration, acknowledgment and fun. This event brings together individuals from government, industry and nonprofit organizations, and private citizens – representatives of the diverse elements of the environmental community. More info:


May 28th Sunday  1 pm to 4 pm Jewish Voice for Peace presents the film "Ramallah Concert:  Knowledge is the Beginning" Rancho Bernardo Library 17110 Bernardo Center Dr. San Diego 92128 This is the first of two documentary films starring Daniel Barenboim with young Arab and Israeli musicians exploring peace and understanding through music. Learn more, RSVP and invite friends on Facebook:

May 31st Wednesday 6:30 pm San Diego 350 hosts "Can California Lead the Way on Climate Change?"  First Unitarian Universalist Church, 4190 Front St. San Diego 92103  Learn about environmental justice, California's Climate Action Plan, carbon pricing, and evaluate the current cap and trade program. More info:


New events are always happening....please check for updates to the event list

and also visit the "get involved" tab to connect to other San Diego Activist groups' websites for their event calendars  :-)


Special Note:

 The San Diego Homeless Crisis in this city is heartbreaking.  A good organization for information and to support is


[SDCPJ] Public meeting on nuclear waste facility to be held in Oceanside May 4 | Village News

Date: April 29, 2017 at 8:03:05 PM PDT

Subject: Public meeting on nuclear waste facility to be held in Oceanside May 4 | Village News

OCEANSIDE − The California Coastal Commission (CCC) recently approved the permit to bury 3.6 million pounds of nuclear waste only 100 feet from the beach and only inches over the high-tide mark.

"After careful review of the CCC permit, I became thoroughly convinced that the construction of this nuclear storage facility (ISFSI) at this location should be blocked, so we filed this lawsuit shortly after approval on October 6, 2015," said Ray Lutz, national coordinator of Citizens Oversight engineer. "By blocking this permit, we can take a closer look at all the options and hopefully, avoid this ridiculous decision."
On May 4, Citizens Oversight will conduct the first in a series of public events to gather input from the community that can be fed into the settlement process. All comments will be transcribed and included in the public file.

This first meeting will be at the Oceanside City Council Chambers. Speakers will include Ray Lutz, and Ian Cairns, world renowned surf pro and US Pac Sun Surfing team coach.

The utilities have agreed to negotiate in a settlement process that must be largely confidential due to the evidence code. Citizens Oversight is looking for ideas, thoughts, and concerns from the community.

Citizens Oversight is planning a subsequent event in Huntington Beach, the epicenter of beach-centered businesses that rely on a healthy coastline.

For all related information, go to

Saturday, April 29, 2017

[SDCPJ] Climate March, SD Premier Film Screening! PAYING THE PRICE FOR PEACE: 5:30 Dinner, 7 pm FILM < , AMY GOODMAN ~ MAY 16th

  Join to build the resistance movement! 

Create the intersection between environment, workers' rights,

Immigration Rts, Climate Justice, science, LGBTQ & Peace-making!

Activist San Diego is calling on San Diegans to come together this month to discuss the issues that affect the livelihood of immigrants, working people, LGBTQ, women and POC in our community. We need a United Front for the struggle ahead. We need to build a loving community of resistance. (PLEASE attend. ( or 619-283-1100 to be put on our mailing list)
  Climate March - Sat. April 29, 10 - 2 PM  Civic Center to Waterfront Park, 1600 Pacific Hwy,  LIVE- KNSJ  89.1 fm -- Listen to and KNSJ 89.1 fm or download the I-Tunes or TuneIn Radio App - A surprising quick and easy way to listen to KNSJ -, then be sure to like us!   www.KNSJ .org Call us. 619-283-1100
●  SD Premier Screening! PAYING THE PRICE FOR PEACE: The Story of S. Brian Willson,  Sat., April 29, 7 PM  The Joyce Beers Community Center, 3900 Vermont St. Q&A with Producer Frank Dorrel after the Screening. Vietnam veteran S. Brian Willson paid the price for peace as he was run over and nearly killed by a military train during a non-violent protest  More information on ASD Calendar  Please attend this moving event.

May Day  - May 1st - ASD is participating in the coalition efforts by the SEIU union, Justice for Janitors, Union del Barrio, others. More Info

Amy Goodman in SD:  Fundraiser for KNSJ & ASD Democracy Now!: Covering the Movements Changing America. A Talk by Award-winning Journalist Amy Goodman. LOCATION: St. Paul's Cathedral, 6th Ave.

SD Premier Film Screening!


PAYING THE PRICE FOR PEACE: The Story of Brian Willson, Sat.

>SAT. April 29@ 7 pm <


Please attend this moving event.

Donations Requested

              $8 DINNER @ 5:30


Don't Miss this One!

Activist San Diego, Vets for Peace, 911 Truth & Peace Resource Center


Dinner & Fundraiser


April 29@ 7 pm

at the Joyce Beers Community Center, 3900 Vermont St. Q&A with Producer Frank Dorrel after the screening. Vietnam veteran S. Brian Willson paid the price for peace as he was run over and nearly killed by a military train during a non-violent protest. His example is a call to all of us to consider deeply the price our society pays and the world pays for war and devastation. A TRILLION in war taxes spent in Iraq with the resulting destruction of the country, fueling terrorism and abused US Veterans.  

More information on ASD Calendar  




in SD ~

MAY 16th                                        

Democracy Now!

Covering the Movements Changing America
A Talk by Award-winning Journalist Amy Goodman

LOCATION: St. Paul's Cathedral, 6th Ave.

For more info soon at

Presentation on

Amy's New BOOK


The unprecedented resistance to President Donald Trump's rise to power did not materialize overnight. Grassroots movements have been challenging the establishment for years, and are what Democracy Now! reports on every day in its global news hour, and in this book. 

From the standoff at Standing Rock over the Dakota Access Pipeline, to the voices of grassroots leaders; from Black Lives Matter activists to the stories of those fighting for peace, climate justice, migrant rights, and LGBTQ equality; from uncovering government surveillance to fighting attacks on freedom of the press, Democracy Now! has been reporting for two decades from the front lines of the movements that are changing America and changing the world. 


A Benefit for KNSJ

Community Radio

Tues. 7 pm

Presale tickets!

Book signing   For info - 619-283-1100

The Hidden Enemy




Corruption in the Senate



Raise the Minimum Wage

Raise the Minimum Wage





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


The Citizens' Internet Television Network


The Citizens' Internet Radio Network

Save America

Save America
Save America





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





Fetus Rights

Fetus Rights
Fetus Rights

The Earth Was Created

The Earth Was Created
The Earth Was Created