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The Community Coalition is fortunate to be invited to participate once again in the television program Community Issues: A Tapestry of Concerns on Public Access Channel 23/24.
Alyce Smith-Cooper has agreed to highlight members of the Coalition monthly. The show airs on Sundays at 6 P.M.
Our next taping will be Friday 2 May 2008.
You will need to be at the studio by 6:30 P.M. Directions are below.
The program will be simulcasted on an Internet TV webcast at http://www.helloworld.com/caringcouncilnetwork.
On this show, as usual, some of the top people in their fields and strongest members of the Community Coalition http://progressiveconcerns.meetup.com/5/ will be featured! http://sdmegacoalition.blogspot.com/
I am honored to coordinate your television appearances!
My list of guests for this show includes:
Laura Thompson, President, Womens Art Caucus of San Diego. http://www.sdwca.org/ Laura is one of the top ART ACTIVISTS in San Diego. She has been intrinsic to promoting the Coalition in our efforts to secure peace and social justice - through art!
Jim Bell, one of the world's top experts on alternative energy.
http://jimbell.com/. Jim is an ecological designer and former candidate for mayor of San Diego. His cutting edge technology promises to make us energy efficient and protect the eco-system. He is the foremost eco-scientist in the Coalition.
Marissa Ugarte, Director of Bilateral Safety Corridor Coalition - The area's leading organization combating slave trade and human trafficking. BSCC's purpose is to bilaterally prevent and intervene in the commercial and sexual exploitation of men, women and children while advocating for all exploited persons. She is the top expert on this topic in the Coalition. http://www.bsccoalition.org/
Abby Martin, Organizer of San Diegans for 9/11 Truth Meetup Group - This group is comprised of some of the top engineers and scientists that challenge the government's version of what happened on September 11th.
This group has been one of the most powerful voices in the Coalition's efforts to realize a responsible government.
Chris Chase, Board member of A New PATH - This group advocates treatment as opposed to incarceration of non-violent offenders under proposition 36. This group is the top prop 36 group in San Diego County. Their powerful affiliations with groups like Drug Policy Alliance Network and Law Enforcement Against Prohibition make them an intrinsic member of the Community Coalition in our efforts to combat social injustice. http://www.anewpathsite.org/
Directions to studio follow:
1277 Cuyamaca Street
El Cajon, CA 92020
See Google Map Link Below.
Please arrive by 6:30 PM. While others may attend to observe, only one representative from each organization can be allowed to be interviewed on camera.
A limited number of others may speak on streaming Internet TV, if desired.
From San Diego take Hwy 8 east to Main Street (El Cajon), make a RT turn getting immediately into your L lane.
The first intersection is Marshall Street.
Turn Left on Marshall going east for Approx 1 mile to Fletcher Parkway.
Turn Left on Fletcher Parkway one block to stoplight which is Cuyamaca Street.
Turn Right 1 and 1/2 blocks to 1277 Cuyamaca Street.
There is a parking lot on the Right side of the one story white building (you may see a sign saying carpet/tile until you get to the first door which is then marked Cox Cable.
Come in, Sign in and proceed down the hall to the studio.
If your plans have changed and you cannot make it, please let me know soonest.
I will be coordinating future tapings.
If you have an interest in future shows, please let me know.
With Deepest Respect,