Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Bill Maher Interviews Michael Moore

Dr. Gupta Admits he lied about Michael Moore

Michael Moore Sicko

Federal Reserve

John Perkins: Confessions of an Economic Hitman

Naomi Wolf: The End of America

Naomi Wolf's The End Of America Film

This film is interesting.

Alyce Smith Cooper's Community Issues: A Tapestry of Concerns - African Story Telling Webcast Video

Alyce Smith Cooper tells African stories during her Public Access Television show Community Issues: A Tapestry of Concerns, 5 September 2008. Co-Produced by Walter Davis and Directed by Larry Bird, this show was recorded by everyday citizens and members of the San Diego County Community Coalition - The Citizens' Internet TV Network. -

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For the last couple of years I have gathered with friends to celebrate my birthday, each year topping the previous year. So after much thought and many suggestions as what to do today to celebrate I have decided that I much rather give a gift than receive a gift! By that I mean I would rather save the money we would have spent on drinks, food, and cover and instead make a donation to one of my favorite local organizations.
Please join me in supporting the work of the Parent Institute for Quality Education (PIQE) by making a gift in any amount today. I am not kidding any amount.... $1, $5, $10, $20 or more! This is tax deductible donation that will support the groundbreaking work that the Parent Institute is doing. You can make a donation by clicking on the link below. For tracking purposes please place my initials, "PCA" on the second Billing Address Line.
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WCA Winter Gala
Friends of Scott Pajama Drive
Angel Team Photocharity Fundraiser
Volunteer at Obama's Inauguration
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MANA Holiday Reception

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UCSD Black Staff Association Host Holiday Event

Fun Filled Evening of Dancing, Entertainment and Fellowship
San Diego, November 14, 2008:  UCSD Black Staff Association scheduled to host an elegant Holiday Evening of Networking and a Membership drive at The Loft located in the newly added East expansion of the Price Center on Friday, December 12, 2008 from 6pm to midnight.

The UC San Diego Campus and the San Diego community are invited to dance to the sounds of DJ24K and laugh with comedienne Shawn Pelofsky. Throughout the evening, there will be opportunities to win door prizes with the first drawing at 6:30pm so arrive early.

The cost for tickets is $15 per person or $25 per couple.  Tickets for the event are available at the UCSD Box office located in the Plaza Level of the Price Center at UCSD. Tickets may be reserved by phone at 858-534-TIXS (8437) or email to to be received by mail or picked at the UCSD Box Office or Will Call at the door on the night of the event but a convenience fee will apply.
The proceeds from this event will benefit the UCSD's Black Staff Association, which supports the professional and personal development of its members and contributes to the enrichment of diversity at UCSD through outreach services and programs.
For more information, contact one of the following members of the planning committee: Felicia Sumler @ 858 534-1309, Millicent Daniels @ 858 822-2976, Kim Coleman @ 858 534-0916, La Shon Smith @ 858 822-1528, or Taneshia Higgins @ 858 534-0145
FREE Kidney Early Evaluation Program
When: Saturday, December 6th, 2008
Where: Jackie Robinson Family YMCA
151 YMCA Way
San Diego, CA 92102
Call today to make your FREE appointment!
800-747-5527 or 818-783-8153

Kidney Early Evaluation Program (KEEP),  is a free, targeted, community screening for individuals at high risk for developing kidney disease. Those at "high risk" include individuals who have diabetes, high blood pressure, or have a first degree relative with diabetes, high blood pressure or kidney disease.  The screening takes about one hour for the participant to complete. The tests conducted include blood pressure, physical measurements, and blood and urine tests. Blood pressure results, the blood glucose and the urine tests are received by the participant on the day of the screening.  The remaining test results are sent to the participants in 3-4 weeks in a comprehensive, easy to read report.
Am I even at risk?
Since August of 2000, 30% of those screened by the KEEP found that they had some stage of CKD yet only 2% were aware of it before the screening. California contains a significant percentage of those populations at greatest risk for kidney disease: Hispanics/Latinos, African Americans and Pacific Islanders.  Other populations at high risk are Native Americans and the elderly. It is the goal of the National Kidney Foundation of Southern California to target individuals in these high risk groups who process a risk factor for CKD, identify those who have CKD, then provide education and referral in hopes that their kidney disease can be can be slowed or stopped. 
But isn't the screening expensive?
No, it is completely free!
WCA Winter Gala
December 13, 2008 12:00 PM
Winter Gala, Noon to 2 PM
This event will be a potluck gathering for WCA members and their guests. Bring a dish to share, network with other artists and their friends in the community. Immediately following the potluck gathering there will be Fashion and Art Auction, from 3-6 PM

This event will include an auction of artworks of members and the one-of-a-kind fashion designs created by WCA members at the Fashion Design Workshop (December 7, 2008). The proceeds from the sale of items at auction will be distributed as follows: artworks: 50% to the artist, 20% to venue and 30% to the "Let's all go to the 2009 National Conference Scholarship Fund"fashion designs: 30% to the designer, 20% to venue and 50% to the "Let's all go to the 2009 National Conference Scholarship Fund"

Come celebrate with us and help send an artist to the National Conference and WCA Life Achievement Awards Dinner and Presentation.
Pajama Drive
Become a Friend of Scott and so many more this holiday season by donating:
Toys, A warm pair of pajamas, A gift card to Target or Best Buy, Or by, Adopting a Family
For more information please contact the Friends of Scott Foundation.: Carmen Delgadillo: 619-223-7128 or

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We Are Friends to Children with Cancer
Angel Team Photocharity Fundraiser
When: December 6, 2008 6:00 PM

Angel Team Photography present the work of Jeffrey Sitcov, Thomas DeSoto, Michael Seewald, & Friends, Award winning Artists 18% of proceeds will help Save Homeless Youth by supporting Photocharity, founded by Jeffrey Sitcov.

For more information go to

This non-profit 501(c)3 has raised over 1.5 million dollars to Save Homeless Youth in the past 7 years. 18% of all net proceeds sold goes to Photocharity to fund the first House of Hope for Homeless 18-24 year olds.

Thank you for your help in spreading the word to those in need and those who can help!
Volunteer at Obama's Inauguration
Volunteer at Barack Obama's Inauguration on January 20th, 2009. Visit the following link for more information
World Aids Day - FREE Rapid HIV Antibody Testing

WHAT: An eight-person team from UC San Diego's Antiviral Research Center will provide free and confidential rapid HIV testing from its new mobile van between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m.

WHEN: World AIDS Day, Monday, December 1
WHERE: City College, 1313 Park Blvd San Diego, California 92101 on the quad (grassy area at center of campus, across from the cafeteria)

UCSD Antiviral Research Center personnel will be providing free, rapid HIV antibody testing PLUS the Early Test at City College on World AIDS Day. The Early Test is a specialized HIV test that tests directly for the virus, not just the antibody, and detects the virus as early as one week after exposure. (The standard HIV antibody test requires that an individual wait several weeks to months after a potential exposure.) The Early Test is free, confidential, and is offered as part of a UC San Diego School of Medicine research study. The testing process takes approximately 40 minutes and also detects Hepatitis C infection. The Early Test Program is a collaboration between the San Diego County Health and Human Services Agency and the UCSD Antiviral Research Center.

For additional information on where residents can get this test for free, go to:
MANA Holiday Reception
You're invited to our holiday reception and mentor/member appreciation event on Tuesday, December 9, 2008 at 6:00pm. Please join us for an evening of celebration and to meet those members running for the 2009-2010 Board of Directors. Enjoy appetizers, cocktails and door prizes at The Pearl Hotel, 1410 Rosecrans Street, San Diego, 92106. (619) 226-6100.There's no cost for members and their guests -- appetizers will be hosted, no-host bar. Please RSVP to by Friday, December 5. 

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Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Move ON

Fired up and Ready to Go!
Thank you for your participation in the MoveOn campaign to find "The Change We Need"
Good to meet all of you, informative and inspirational.
Please make sure you sign up for a Barack Obama "Change is Coming" house Party:

(I've structured this email so that you can copy and paste the links at the bottom and pass them on to your network of friends, family, and associates.)

Here are the pictures we produced and sent to MoveOn.

And A few more I took Friday Night:

Here is a list of the important things we want the new President, his Administration, the new Congress, and Senate to act upon in the coming years.


Use this link to download the overview brochure, or click on the issue areas below to learn more.

End Torture, Rendition and Illegal Detention

Abolish Preventive Detention

Protect Dissent

Restore War Powers Act

Limit State Secrets Privilege

Stop Warrantless Wiretapping

Roll Back Executive Power

Related to that:

Call on Congress to revoke the Patriot Acts and Revoke the 2007 Defense Authorization Act where it overrides Posse Comitatus and the Insurrection Act.

Election Reform - our most vital duty is controlled by unaccountable, untraceable black-box voting machines made by FOR-PROFIT Corporations. Standardize OPEN-SOURCE fully transparent voting solutions, that have both a printed receipt for the voter, and a digital image of every paper ballot immediately uploaded to a public website so that any voter can check that their individual ballot was counted correctly. 

Reverse all the Last Minute Pardons and Commutations
Don't allow the outgoing President to Preemptively Pardon those within his Administration. Make public and transparent all acts of the former Administration to avoid accountability for their actions.

Bush's Incompetent Political Appointees have now been set up in permanent career employees in the upper levels of the federal government. We ask that these be reversed, and if possible stopped before they are complete by injunction. 

Restore the Ethics Committees in Congress and the Senate, and hold all accountable.

Health Care: make sure all children in the USA have same quality healthcare insurance as our members of congress. All Military Veterans, too.

Green Sustainable Energy:
Start the Sustainable Energy Revolution, by calling on all Americans to sacrifice by cutting their power use by 50% over the next four years. Ask for a Carbon Fuels tax of 50% that will be directed to pay any person who produces sustainable green energy. 

Carbon Credits

Free Trade: make it FAIR TRADE

Restore the FOIA Office of the Ombudsman and make all Federal Government Agencies Completely Transparent 

Stop Privatizing the vital government services. 
BlackWater, 'nuff said.

FCC - Restore Media Plurality : stop the auctioning of public airwaves and call for the opening of new rules about public access so that local populations can control their airwaves. Expand public access TV on cable to equal a percentage of total income. TAX for profit stations to supply resources for local non-comercial public access RADIO and TV. 

Network Neutrality - Make sure all internet providers serve all sites equally, without slowing down alternative voices, or discriminating against the poor and minority groups that can not afford to pay for privileged access to information.   

Here are links to some of the important things we talked about:

The $2-Trillion in EMERGENCY LOANS 

The San Diego Count Community Coalition Meetup.

Watch Zeitgeist Addendum (free online)

Another Free Documentary (available thru

Links to things you should know about:

"At the beginning, I worried for my family, but they are prepared to face any circumstance.
I am also prepared for it. I lost my fear like the people did.
I'm not afraid of dying, but I'd like to live a bit longer so I can keep on fighting."
 - Oscar Olivera, Bolivian Activist, Coalition in Defense of Water and Life. 

Just as blind faith is arrogant and irrational, and the unexamined life is not worth living, so "Rational Self Interest" without ENLIGHTENMENT* is nothing but blind selfishness, essentially amoral and self destructive. Therefore our goal should be lead by example down the path to Enlightened Rational Self Interest. (*i.e. a full, broad spectrum, "big-picture" understanding that one's identity is intimately intertwined with all life) - MER

Michael E. Russell
(619) 206-4361


Please forward to your friends or organization members; the success of the bazaar depends on all of us promoting/advertising it!


Support local peace, social justice and environmental organizations and avoid the commercialization of the holidays by purchasing alternative gifts at the Annual Peace on Earth Holiday Bazaar, Saturday, December 13, 2008, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Location: Our Savior's Lutheran Church, 4011 Ohio Street (corner of  Ohio and Lincoln in North Park).

Gift items will include t-shirts, holiday cards, calendars, buttons, peace jewelry, books, imported goods,  free trade coffee and tea, ornaments, soap products, lotions and more! 

Come hungry! Come thirsty!  Middle Eastern food, ice cream and other goodies including baked goods, coffee, cold sodas and hot spiced cider will be available for purchase. 

For more information, please contact the Peace Resource Center of San Diego, 619-263-9301 or e-mail or Project YANO, 760-634-3604.

Participating Organizations:

Peace Resource Center of San Diego
Project on Youth and Non-Military Opportunities (Project YANO)
Committee Opposed to Militarism and the Draft
Activist San Diego
Jubilee Economic Ministries
Friends of LAFTI Foundation
San Diego Veterans for Peace
Mariposa Ice Cream
Nonviolent Peace Force
San Diego Coalition for Peace & Justice
San Diego Puppet Insurgency
San Diego Food Not Lawns
Quaker Bolivia Link
Shelter From the Storm
The Green Store
Peace and Freedom Party
Ferdinand's Familia
MECIC (Middle East Cultural & Information Center)
San Diego Peace Corp Association


If you want to see something scary take a look at and follow the link to the main KKK page.  I could only take it for 5 minutes before I had to leave the site.  Yes we have much to be thankful for, but we also have a long way to go.  Happy Thanksgiving to everyone.


Peace and Joy Always,

Tom Theisen



White extremists lash out over election of first Black President

Subject: White extremists lash out over election of first black president




White extremists lash out over election of first black president



The Ku Klux Klan is emerging from decades of disorganization and obscurity, and the turnaround is acutely evident -- more than 200 hate-related incidents have been reported since the Nov. 4 election.


By Howard Witt


November 23 2008


White extremists lash out over election of first black president

The Ku Klux Klan is emerging from decades of disorganization and obscurity, and the turnaround is acutely evident -- more than 200 hate-related incidents have been reported since the Nov. 4 election.

By Howard Witt

November 23, 2008

Reporting from Bogalusa , La. — Barely three weeks since America elected its first black president, noose hangings, racist graffiti and death threats have struck dozens of towns across the country.

More than 200 such incidents -- including cross burnings, assassination betting pools and effigies of President-elect Barack Obama -- have been reported, according to law enforcement authorities and the Southern Poverty Law Center , which monitors hate groups.

Racist websites have been boasting that their servers have been crashing because of an exponential increase in traffic.

And America 's most potent symbol of racial hatred, the Ku Klux Klan, is reasserting itself in a spate of recent violence, after decades of disorganization and obscurity.

Nearly two weeks ago, the leader of a cell based in Bogalusa , La. -- a backwoods town once known as the Klan capital -- was charged with second-degree murder in the shooting of a woman who allegedly sought to become a member but then changed her mind.

Late last month, two men with ties to a notoriously violent Klan chapter in Kentucky were charged in a bizarre plot to kill 88 black students and then decapitate an additional 14 students -- and then assassinate Obama by shooting him from a speeding car while wearing white tuxedos and top hats.

"We've seen everything from cross burnings on lawns of interracial couples to effigies of Obama hanging from nooses to unpleasant exchanges in schoolyards," said Mark Potok, director of the Intelligence Project at the Southern Poverty Law Center, based in Montgomery, Ala. "I think we're in a worrying situation right now, a perfect storm of conditions coming together that could easily favor the continued growth of these groups."

Experts attribute the racist activity to factors including the rapidly worsening economic crisis; trends indicating that within a generation whites will not comprise a U.S. majority; and the impending arrival of a black family in the White House.

The FBI is investigating whether the recent Klan-related incidents involve conspiracies. And the Secret Service is monitoring the racist activity "to try to stay ahead of any emerging threats," according to spokesman Darrin Blackford.

One white supremacist leader, describing himself as moderate, professes alarm.

"There is a tremendous backlash" to Obama's election, said Richard Barrett, the leader of the Nationalist Movement in Learned, Miss. "My focus is to try to keep it peaceful. But many people look at the flag of the Republic of New Africa that will be hoisted over the White House as an act of war."

The FBI has no hate-crime statistics yet for 2008.

But based on local media reports, some experts are calling the rise in hate incidents surprising and unprecedented.

"The rhetoric right now is just about out of control," said Brian Levin, director of Center for the Study of Hate and Extremism at Cal State San Bernardino . "When you get this depth of hatred, it usually is the smoke before the fire."

In the small Louisiana town of Angie , 58-year-old Judy Robinson put an Obama sign outside her home a few weeks before the Nov. 4 presidential election. The morning after Halloween, she awoke to find the words "KKK" and "white power" spray-painted around her yard.

"I thought all that KKK stuff was in the past," said Robinson, who is black. "But now I look at people and think, 'Could he be Klan?' Suddenly I'm feeling like my town is hostile territory."

Experts say modern Klan chapters remain isolated and small, with perhaps 6,000 members nationwide -- a shadow of the group's membership of 4 million in the early 1900s.

Bogalusa , a lumber and paper mill town of about 13,000, is just down the road from Angie.

In the 1960s, historians say, the Ku Klux Klan so dominated Bogalusa 's commerce, politics and law enforcement that the group once held a public meeting to debate which black church to burn down next.

Several Bogalusa Klan members were long suspected of shooting two black sheriff's deputies in a 1965 ambush, killing one. No one was ever brought to trial.

"To this day, most white people in Bogalusa know who the killers were, and they were never brought to justice," said Lance Hill, a Tulane University law professor and Klan expert.

That past now seems less distant.

On Nov. 10, local law enforcement authorities arrested Raymond "Chuck" Foster, 44, the leader of a Bogalusa Klan chapter called the Sons of Dixie, and seven other Klan members in connection with the shooting death of a Tulsa , Okla. , woman who went to the group's remote campsite in St. Tammany Parish for an initiation ceremony.

Authorities say Foster shot the woman when she tried to change her mind about joining the group. He has been charged with second-degree murder; the other Klan members, including Foster's 20-year-old son, have been charged with obstruction of justice.

City officials say they had no idea that Bogalusa has Klan cells.

"I've been here 13 years, and this was a complete surprise to me that there was Klan here," said Police Chief Jerry Agnew.

Yet members of the town's black community say they have been reporting Klan sightings to the police for more than a year. About 40% of residents are black.

In October 2007, residents of one black neighborhood reported white-hooded Klan members riding horses through the streets.

And in March, Klan members openly handed out fliers advertising the second annual Sons of Dixie Knights of the Ku Klux Klan Craw Fish Boil -- held at the house on Louisiana Avenue that Foster was renting from a Bogalusa deputy sheriff.

"The city leaders want to make it look like this is just some small fringe group," said former City Councilman Marvin Austin, 61, who once belonged to the Deacons for Defense, a black group that formed in the 1960s to defend black residents from the Klan.

"But the Klan still has a lot of sympathizers here."

Witt writes for the Chicago Tribune.

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SDVAN December Message 2008

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Pleae take a look at the updated page.If you have not sent in a donation yet, please consider doing so before the end of the year so we can add you and a link of your choice to this page which will be online until November of 2009. All donations are tax deductible and our project remains a 100% volunteer effort. We now have over 1300 resources listed on the site, 3-4000 unique visitors a month and over one million hits a year on

Annual  SDVAN Potluck Lunch

  • This is your SDVAN Annual Holiday Potluck Lunch Reminder. Join us in our once a year THANKS Feast: Tuesday Dec 9, 2008 11 am to 3 pm. Back by popular demand: Costume Jewelry Exchange (men's and women's repurposed). New this year: Art Card Sales Opportunity (no commission just bring your cards to sell or exchange). Please bring a dish or drink of your choice serving approx. 8 people. Our thanks to Judith D'Agostino for the use of her image above. As always the party is held at 2487 Montgomery Avenue, Cardiff by the Sea, Ca 92007. RSVP, please, so we have an idea of numbers. 760.943.0148.
  • NEW! A+ Art Blog - Big turkey dinner coming up? There is always room for Hungry for Chinese Art, a look at the new Saatchi Gallery in London plus a slightly closer but still eastward look at the Palm Springs Museum of Art by Patricia Frischer, the coordinator of SDVAN.
  • NEW October RAW Gossip Column report by Alexandra Rosa shows just how active the art scene is right now. We may be affected by the recession but artists continue to astonish us with their productivity. THANKS to all the venues which support them and THANKS to Ally for getting us informed.
  • Remember submit your December events for PICKED RAW before the end of November. Branching Out in our Picked RAW section will feature new resources just listed for the first time on SDVAN. Both are edited by Georgia Hoopes.
  • Please consider becoming more involved with SDVAN by giving of your time and expertise, Please feel free to contact us with suggestions or questions. We are now looking for volunteers for the second phase of our Movers and Shakers project.

Please note that everyone is invited to attend our committee meetings. Mark your calendar on Sunday, February 8 from to 4 pm to 6 pm when we will experiment with our first weekend gathering. We hope this will allow many of you who work during the day to become more involved with SDVAN. Our February meeting is traditionally a brainstorming meeting for projects for the new year.

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On a personal note:A seminar on affordable work/live space for artists will be held on Wed, Dec 10, from 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. at Centro Cultural de la Raza, 2125 Park Blvd. SD 9210 in Balboa Park. This public meeting facilitated by ArtSpace is funded by Local Initiatives Support Corporation (LISC) and the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA). This will be a time to voice your opinions and provide feedback on the unique needs of PERMANENT work/live spaces for artists in San Diego. More info: Synergy Arts Foundation

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