Tuesday, April 18, 2017

[SDCPJ] Fwd: Powerful Opportunities for Movement Building till May Day

Date: April 15, 2017 at 2:03:06 AM PDT
Subject: Powerful Opportunities for Movement Building till May Day

Powerful Opportunities for Movement Building till May Day

Activist ALERT

        Sat. 10 AM Tax Day Protest; Show us Trump Taxes; Stop War Taxes!                            April 17: ASD Community Member Meeting: Prep for Science March, EarthDay, Climate March, May Day
April 23: EarthDay Balboa Park; Join ASD & KNSJ at Booth

               April 29:  People's Climate March
               April 29:  ASD & Vets for Peace Movie Night
               May    1:  MayDay March & Gen. Strike! 

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Join thousands of San Diegans to build the resistance movement during the next 3 weeks!
Let's get organized!

Intersection between environment, workers rights, science, and Peace-making!
An amazing opportunity to reach 1000s

ASD would like to work with you for social justice!

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 email us at info@activistsandiego.org or 619-283-1100 to be put on our mailing list for future.)

Major mobilizations and Events:
●    Tax Day Protests: April 15 10-noon: Join Activist San Diego &  thousands of San Diegans on Saturday, April 15th, to protest Donald Trump and his family's numerous conflicts-of-interest. As we protest Trump, we also acknowledge that Trump's conflicts are a symptom of a deeper problem in our tax structure, and the structure of our economy as-a-whole; that ultra-wealthy and profitable corporations  READ MORE
●  Activist Community Membership Meeting  Monday, April 17, 7pm Join Activist San Diego for our membership meeting.  Everyone is invited. Get involved.  These next few weeks are packed with more activity than any other since the Trump Inauguration. Come find out how to build for the events and spread the word.  Need LOTS of volunteers and members helping out. Hear Reps from Science March, EarthDay, Climate March and May Day actions.  Join us! Call 619-283-1100  MORE INFO
● April 19; Multi-Faith Leaders in "Faith not Fear Summit  Faith Leaders Expect Nearly 1,000 at First-Ever Faith Not Fear Summit San Diego Organizing Project (SDOP)  The multi-faith gathering will launch community-driven actions to support residents living in fear from unjust immigration and deportation policies, mass incarceration, racial profiling, religious intolerance and an unpredictable healthcare system.  Read More

● Science March: Sat. April 22nd Need LOTS of volunteers and members helping greet the public.  KNSJ Live Broadcast. Want to help?  March for Science is an effort comprised of hundreds of independent, nonpartisan coordinators. Recent rhetoric has inspired the coordination of the March for Science on Washington. In solidarity Read More

● Earth Day  (Sunday, 23rd of April)
With 60,000 in Balboa Park we need LOTS of volunteers and members helping at our booth. This is a chance to meet thousands.  ASD Booth at World Beat Center. KNSJ Booth at east side of House of Pacific Relations, south of Organ Pavilion.  Join us for the fun! Call 619-283-1100

 Climate March - Sat. April 29, 10 AM - 2 PM  Waterfront Park 1600 Pacific Highway, San Diego, CA 92101, steps on the west side.  RSVP and get materials: http://peoplesclimatesd.org/   ASD Info on the event
KNSJ Booth will feature a LIVE BROADCAST!  You can be a part.  Call 619-283-1100

●  SD Premier Screening! PAYING THE PRICE FOR PEACE: The Story of S. Brian Willson, Sat., April 29th, 7:00 PM  The Joyce Beers Community Center
3900 Vermont Street, San Diego 92103. Q&A with Associate 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 and Justice for Janitors. Also supporting Union del Barrio and others. Details to be announced - See ASD Calendar -- 3 coalitions exist and still not sure what will be decided. Details TBA

●  Activist San Diego leadership elections, June 19 - Juneteenth! ASD has its annual elections for the Board of Directors on the 3rd Monday of June.  If you are interested in getting involved or running for the Activist board or joining committees, please contact ASD Board President Buki Domingos at info@ActivistSanDiego.org

It's Giving Tuesday
Please Read this!

Activist Alert, an urgent request

"Giving Tuesday" is a national campaign to bring funds to the causes that are dear to your heart.
If the Trump agenda has you furious and worried about the future YOU HAVE TO READ THIS!
Since 1999: For 18 years Activist San Diego has been organizing for the causes consistent with your values. We have sponsored or co-sponsored over 700 social justice events!
2001 - 2011 Activist San Diego was a co-initiator of the San Diego Coalition for Peace and Justice and worked for more than a decade to end the wars aggression in the Middle East. ASD organized against the torture of prisoners and the destruction of Fallujah. We sponsored "gold-star father" Fernando Suarez del Solar on national & International tours for peace.
2011 ASD played a strong supportive roll in Occupy SD
2012 -2013
Activist San Diego organized for immigrant rights  2014-2015 ASD co-founded the Black and Brown Lives Matter Coalition helping lead many of the public mobilizations against police shootings.
In May of 2016 ASD formed the "Love tRumps Hate Solidarity  Network" which called clergy, labor, immigrant groups and youth together for a press conference and rally outside of the Civic Center when Donald Trump came to San Diego during the campaign our totally peaceful and positive mobilization was met by police misconduct.
And while we did all this grassroots activism, ASD founded the first Community Radio station in San Diego. KNSJ is the 1st local station to air Ralph Nader, Thom Hartmann & Democracy Now! with Amy Goodman.  KNSJ has more Environmental, women's, labor, local musicians, and Standing Rock/Native news than all the rest of the radio stations in the county combined!
A special invite to become a member and participant of ASD and KNSJ.0rg
Join now
Nov. 2016 The day after the US elections ASD called a press conference and mobilization downtown to highlight the fears that are resonating in many communities and to show determination that we will not to let the Trump administration turn back the gains of the last 50 years.
Today we face the biggest challenge of our lifetimes! We need your help!
ASD relies on YOU the grassroots donor for 95% of our support. A powerful and effective grassroots movement-building strategy  depends on your donation.
This 'Giving Tuesday' become a member and click on the link and pledge $ 5 to $25 a month or give a one-time donation to kick organizing it into high gear to build a resistance movement that will make you proud... We're going to make Trump's head spin.

 If you would like to help ASD donate crafts to sell, please call 619-283-1100
Get involved with Activist San Diego,
networking for social justice:  

  For info 619-283-1100

Thanks to the 200 + who supported and attended the Peoples Ball on a cold rainy night.  It was our biggest Gala and Extravaganza of the year on  January 20th,
Inauguration Day,   

Listen to KNSJ.org and KNSJ 89.1 fm
KNSJ,  is the only radio station in San Diego that brings you programs such as Democracy Now with Amy Goodman, The Thom Hartmann Show, Ralph Nader Radio Hour,be announced.Martin Eder 619-871-9354
We Do the Work, Native America Calling, as well as local programs including local news and events with East County Magazine, Laugh in your Face, Talk of the Town, Food for Thought, and Gentle Jabs.

Want to become a sponsor or a donate to the silent auction. call 619-283-1100.

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We are still 100% volunteer driven, but we want to offer more effective social justice leadership and local action.


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Thursday, April 13, 2017


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From: Ray Lutz <raylutz@citizensoversight.org>
Subject: [ShutSanOnofre] WORLD RENOWNED SURFER PRO IAN CAIRNES JOINS NUKE WASTE FIGHT: Appearing at about 2pm 4/14


Public Event to Expose Insanity of 3.6 million pounds of nuclear waste on the beach

Lawsuit by Citizens Oversight has been continued from 4/14 to 7/14 to allow parties to negotiate a settlement


WHEN: 1pm 4/14 (start of march) and 2pm (Event at Horton Plaza Park)
WHERE: Hall Of Justice Courthouse 330 W. Broadway, march to Horton Plaza Park (5 blocks east) 900 Fourth Ave.
MAIN EVENT: at Horton Plaza Park, 900 Fourth Ave, San Diego (see graphic below)
WHAT: Rally / Press Conference regarding Nuclear Waste Dump and Lawsuit by Citizens Oversight to block construction of the dump.
RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/1685007231792917
More Info: http://copswiki.org/Common/StopNukeDump

We are very happy to announce that world-renowned
champion surfer Ian Cairns will be joining our event at
Horton Plaza Park on Friday, April 14 at about 2pm and
addressing the crowd concerning the proposed nuclear
waste dump only 100 feet from the ocean and inches
over the high water mark.

Cairns is perhaps the most well recognized name in the
surfing world as he developed the sport by helping to
devise a rating and scoring system for surfing events.
In 1979 he moved to California and with Peter Townend
formed the National Scholastic Surfing Association (NSSA).
In 1983 he became the first director of the Association of
Surfing Professionals (ASP) of which he is a life member.
Cairns is currently Head Coach of the PacSun USA Surf Team.

Ian will be speaking at the event when the march arrives
at the Horton Plaza Park.

In addition, Ray Lutz, National Coordinator for Citizens Oversight
will speak about the issue, the lawsuit, the settlement process,
and plans for public participation meetings so that
the public will have input into the settlement process. We want to
hear the concerns, ideas, thoughts, and proposed plans so those
can be used by our team of experts who will be involved in the
settlement process. This is really our first chance to let the public

weigh in.

We believe that at this juncture, everyone wants to see this waste
off the beach as quickly as reasonably possible.

See more about Ian here: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ian_Cairns

RSVP: https://www.facebook.com/events/982400028563831/

Activist Signup: http://citizensoversight.org/signup

Livestream: https://www.facebook.com/citizensoversight/


Madge Torres -- 760-613-7035 or 760-753-1886 / madgicalcats@gmail.com

Ray Lutz -- 619-820-5321 / raylutz@citizensoversight.org

--   -------  Ray Lutz  Citizens' Oversight Projects (COPs)  http://www.citizensoversight.org  619-820-5321  
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[SDCPJ] WOSD Movie Night "Doctrine of Discovery" 3rd Tuesday, April 18

Tuesday, April 18  at 6:30pm

The Doctrine of Discovery: Unmasking The Domination Code

The film tells the story of how a little-known Vatican documents of the fifteenth century resulted in a tragic global momentum of domination
​ ​
and dehumanization. This led to law systems in the United States and Canada and elsewhere in the world that are still being used against 
Original Nations and Peoples to this day.
The Supreme Court's distinction between "Christian people" and heathens" in Johnson v M'Intosh (1823) is still  treated as valid law 
for the United States in 2015.
Cristobal Colon (Columbus) and other colonizers laid claim to the lands of original nations on the basis of the idea that Christians had a
biblical right to discover and dominate non-Christian lands. This doctrine of ancient Christendom, supported by papal edicts, continues to
serve as the conceptual foundaytion of the political and legal system of the United States, and as the conceptual foundation of
​ ​
other dominating political systems elsewhere in the world in relation to original nations.
A story of historical truth, spirituality and resistance, told on behalf of the original nations and peoples of Great Turtle Island, and elsewhere on Mother Earth. 
We are still here, and still rightfully free.

Dakota filmmaker Sheldon Wolfchild's compelling documentary is based on the book Pagans in the Promised Land: Decoding the Doctrine of 
Christian Discovery, by Shawnee, Lenape scholar Steven T. Newcomb.
Narration by Buffy Sainte-Marie

This powerful and landmark documentary "The Doctrine of Discovery: Unmasking The Domination Code" is a result of the collaborative efforts by Dakota filmmaker and Director Sheldon Wolfchild and Co-Producer Steven Newcomb (Shawnee, Lenape). 
The film, based on Newcomb's thirty years of research, and his book Pagans in the Promised Land: Decoding the Doctrine of Christian Discovery (Fulcrum, 2008), brings to the big screen an amazing and little known story

Women Occupy San Diego offers a free film screening every 3rd Tuesday each month. 
Doors Open at 6:30 pm
Film Starts at 7 pm


"Another world is not only possible, she is on her way. On a quiet day, I can hear her breathing."


[SDCPJ] Tax Day March Saturday, April 15

San Diego to join Nationwide Tax March on April 15th

Media Contacts:
William Johnson -       707-225-4605        SanDiegoProtests@gmail.com
Jean-Huy Tran -          619-519-5700         jeanhuy@gmail.com

WHERE    –    San Diego County Administration Building
                        1600 Pacific Highway (Harbor side)
WHEN      –    10am on Saturday, April 15th

On Saturday, April 15th, thousands of San Diegans will join millions more around the world to demand that President Trump release his tax returns!   The people will rally at the San Diego County Administration building (1600 Pacific Highway on the Harbor Dr side of the building) and march to the San Diego Civic Center Plaza. 

"We have seen an extreme lack of transparency when it comes to Trump's business dealings," William Johnson, a march organizer, explains "whether it is renting space to foreign governments in his towers, or scamming students, or to questions around his foreign business dealings with questionable foreign nationals.  This Trump brand can now put our country at risk.  We need to know who he deals with, now that it is a matter of national security.  We must see his tax returns."

The Tax March Organizing Committee of San Diego will also present five tax demands representing the People's Priorities to local, state, and federal officials. The People's Priorities call for transparency from our officials, a shift of the federal tax burden away from the poorest Americans and onto wealthy and profitable corporations, as well as shifting our spending priorities away from endless war and incarceration, and into human services, schools, and infrastructure. 

The Tax March Organizing Committee invites everyone to join us in calling for these demands. We need an economy and a tax structure that works fairly for the 99%, and not to support the richest 1%. Join us April 15th at 10am at the County Administration Building and raise your voice for a Fair Share Tax Structure. 

More details are available at the Facebook page: www.facebook.com/events/1549159588447419/

For nationwide listings, go to www.taxmarch.com

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[SDCPJ] Fwd: Explore A Short History of Women in Science and more

 In The Gallery

Sponsored by Cox Communications
To Observe and Wonder
April 7 - May 28

A Short History of the Far-Reaching Minds of Women in Science

Women have played a vastly important role in the development and dissemination of science. Having made significant contributions to science from the earliest times, they were leaders in building the early foundation of modern programming and unveiled the structure of DNA. Their work inspired environmental movements and led to the discovery of new genes. Women broke the sound barrier - and gender barriers all along the way.

April Events and Programs

April, 15th at 1:30 PM
"The Women of the Gaslamp Quarter". . . A walking tour

Meet downtown San Diego for "A Walking Tour of the Gaslamp Quarter District" with highlights of the women who lived in the district, women who helped improve the lives of people living in the district, and those women who helped to "clean up" the district. Questions: What role did Lydia Knapp Horton and Dr. Charlotte Baker play in the district? Josie Earp? Clara Shortridge Foltz? Joan Crawford? We also will give a special nod to many of the 93 historic buildings.
To RSVP please phone Anne at 858.245.1677 or email ahoiberg@aol.com.

Sunday, April 18th at 6:30PM

WOSD Free Film Night: The Doctrine of Discovery: Unmasking The Domination Code

This powerful and landmark documentary "The Doctrine of Discovery: Unmasking The Domination Code" is a result of the collaborative efforts by Dakota filmmaker and Director Sheldon Wolfchild and Co-Producer Steven Newcomb (Shawnee, Lenape). The film, based on Newcomb's thirty years of research, and his book Pagans in the Promised Land: Decoding the Doctrine of Christian Discovery (Fulcrum, 2008), brings to the big screen an amazing and little known story

Women Occupy San Diego offers a free film screening every 3rd Tuesday each month. 
Doors Open at 6:30 pm
Film Starts at 7 pm

San Diego Now
April, 19th at 6:00 PM
NOW Monthly Meeting

April 2017 Meeting - Human Sex Trafficking
Join  Estelle de los Rios from CSA San Diego County, Catherin Mendonca from AF3IRM, Rachel Scatizzi Thompson, President of the Junior League of San Diego and Summer Stephan, Chief Deputy District Attorney at San Diego County District Attorney's Office for a panel discussion on Human Sex Trafficking. 

San Diego NOW's  purpose is to take action through intersectional grassroots activism to promote feminist ideals, lead societal change, eliminate discrimination, and achieve and protect the equal rights of all women and girls in all aspects. 

Tuesday, April 22nd at 4:00PM

Solidarity for All!

Women's International League of Peace and Freedom invites you to learn more about WILPF's goals for peace, nonproliferation, and international programs that benefit women and girls.

Enjoy a glass of wine and a cup of PEACE (split-pea) soup with like-minded individuals.


Monday, April 24th at 6:00 PM
Empowerment and Leadership with Sylvia Becker-Hill

Women Make the Best Leaders!

We need more successful female leaders in all areas of society. Do you choose to be one of them? 

You are invited to participate in the Women's Center's series on women's empowerment and leadership, created by Facilitator Sylvia Becker-Hill for women who want it all! Sylvia is the founder of Über Women International Inc., a global women's empowerment company.  

Beautiful harp music will be played, 5:45 - 6:15, by Karen Hinkson-Buck.
Admission is FREE! Light refreshments!

Tuesday, April 25th at 1:30PM

OWL/WILPF Monthly Meeting

Please join members and friends of OWL and WILPF for their monthly meeting at the Women's Museum of California

Free! Light refreshments! 


Tuesday, April 25th at 6:00 PM
Women Flourish in STEM

Meet women who love science, technology, engineering, and math!  

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Where are the Women? This past year, my 9-year old daughter and I watched our fair number of films, from "Trolls" to "Suicide Squad." But my daughter's favorite movie was "Hidden Figures," a poignant film about a group of female African-American mathematicians at NASA ......»

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