Friday, June 29, 2012

Thursday, June 28, 2012

[SDCPJ] WMD Event: In Search of a Non-Violent Future - free musical entertainment, food, beer & wine

Hello Everyone,

The Wisdom, Mediation and Dialog Foundation is sponsoring a free event
(music, spoken word, food, beer and wine included) on Friday June 29,
7 - 11pm. Guests, if they wish, will have the opportunity to offer
"I'm sorry" statements while being videotaped by WMD members and
volunteers (scripts/prompts will be available on table "menus" for
those who prefer to use them).

For more details, please see our event page at (top
link under "Latest News") and the attached event flyer-full event info
is also attached. And here's the event page address, just in case:

If you have any questions, please email Steve Garber,, or Jim Milner,

We look forward to seeing you there,

WMD Foundation

Event Details:

The Wisdom, Mediation and Dialogue Foundation

"In Search of a Non-Violent Future"

Free Entertainment:
Three separate musical and spoken-word performances, beer, wine and food

In Collaboration With:
Media Art Center San Diego & San Diego Diplomacy Council

WMD Foundation Presents:
A global awareness event w/ free entertainment, eats/beer/wine

Steve Garber & Dave Curtis - spoken-word and musical performance
Gregory Page - music (recently nominated for Album of the Year by the
San Diego Music Awards)
Mario Escovedo Experience - music (MEX band)

Admission:   FREE

Date:             Friday, June 29, 7:00 - 11:00 pm

Location:     Media Arts Center San Diego
              2921 El Cajon Boulevard
              San Diego, CA  92104

[SDCPJ] Vigil Against Anti-LGBTQ Bulling, Friday, June 29, 5 p.m.

Every half an hour in the United States, a child is taking their life as a direct result of bullying. We can change that through education & understanding. As we inform the public about the FAIR Education Act and how it stops bullying, we also want to take time to recognize those who have brought us here. The dreams denied thousands of LGBTQ youth who never had the chance to live, happily, with their identity, expression, & beauty. We will let our colors fly & share stories on how we can change the lives of our upcoming generations for the better.

Join Canvass for a Cause & SAME to share your stories, find resources*, & protect the FAIR Education Act!

The FAIR Education Act is a bill signed by the California Governor in July 2010. This bill adds more civil rights history to high school history classes, teaching about movements and leaders who have brought equality to the people. It also reduces bullying rates by 15% in the first year! Unfortunately, this landmark legislation is under attack by the same groups that funded Proposition 8. Don't sign the CLASS Act! 

Let's gather together and rise up in voice and spirit for equality for all of our LGBTQ brothers, sisters & non-binary family. 

Friday, June 29, 5 p.m., 2901 North Park Way, San Diego 92104

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

[SDCPJ] This Wed/Th ~ need volunteers 10am-noon

Wed & Thur June 27-28 
@ 10am until 12 noon approx
inside the PRC, 3850 Westgate Pl, 92105

Enjoy light refreshments & good company
AND help us get postal info out to friends of peace & justice!
Help label and stuff/seal envelopes -- easy, but needed!

Even one hour will make a difference! 

We'd love to know if you're joining (reply to this email),
but welcome you to "drop in" too!


Peace Resource Center of San Diego
3850 Westgate Place, San Diego 92105
office: 619-263-9301 /
Nonprofit 501(c)(3) # 95-3594247

[SDCPJ] Sat June 30th 3-5pm ~ social hour @ san diego friends center

Saturday, June 30th, 3-5pm
"social hour @ san diego friends center"  
3850 Westgate Place, San Diego 92105

The four partners in this collaborative endeavor are jointly hosting a special "meet 'n' greet" for all staff and members (and public supporters!) to get acquainted. We figure since we're now all occupying the building, let's be familiar with each other! 
So... come join us for light snacks, socializing, and of course a bit of fun! 
(And if you're able, we welcome snacks to share. Otherwise, your smile will be enough!).  

Sponsored by 
Peace Resource Center of San Diego
American Friends Service Committee—U.S.-Mexico Border Project
San Diego Friends Meeting (Quakers)
First Church of the Brethren

Questions? Contact Mariah at PRC

Monday, June 25, 2012

[SDCPJ] MEDIA RELEASE - Oceanside Residents Ask City Council: SHUT DOWN San Onofre Nuclear Power Plant!




DATE:             June 25, 2012

FROM:            Concerned Residents

CONTACT:      Carol Jahnkow ▪ carolj@icg.org760 390-0775

                        Chrystal Coleman ▪


Local Oceanside Residents Ask Oceanside City Council:  Is Our Community Prepared for an Accident at the San Onofre Nuclear Power Station (SONGS)?


Oceanside, CA - On Wednesday, June 27, 2012, residents from Oceanside will attend the Oceanside City Council meeting and request that the Council place the issue of the safety of their community should there be  an accident at the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station (SONGS) on a future Council Agenda for in-depth discussion and presentation by experts.  The Nuclear Regulatory Commission met in San Clemente on June 18th and pledged that SONGS will remain shut down until a solution is found to fix the problem (a release of radioactive steam and unexpected, accelerated tube wear) which precipitated the emergency shutdown on January 31, 2012.


Concerned residents, living within the radius of danger from a potential nuclear accident at SONGS, have been appealing to their local city councils so that experts may address and inform government leaders about this critical safety issue.  Residents are also asking for clearly stated evacuation plans and routes. 


In San Diego and Orange Counties, the cities of Del Mar, Solana Beach, Vista, Encinitas, Huntington Beach, Irvine, San Clemente and Laguna Hills have been approached by local residents. Some city councils have taken action such as writing to the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and passing resolutions asking for SONGS to be decommissioned or remain shut down until it is 100% safe to resume operation.


San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station is sited in a tsunami inundation zone and near numerous faults predicted to sustain 7.5 to 8.0 magnitude earthquakes. There have been no computer tests conducted at SONGS to determine if the facility can safely withstand 7.5 to 8.0 magnitude earthquakes. (The plant was designed to resist 6.0 quakes and upgraded to resist a 7.0 quake.) SONGS' 14 foot sea wall is inadequate to prevent destruction from a tsunami – horrifying pictures of which are seared into the collective consciousness from Japan's tsunami and nuclear crisis at Fukushima.  There are 4,000 tons of spent fuel sitting on site at San Onofre and 8 million people living within a 50 mile radius who will need to be evacuated in the event of a nuclear accident.


WHERE:          Oceanside City Council Chambers | 300 North Coast Highway |

Oceanside Civic Center (2nd floor)


WHEN:            Wednesday, June 27, 2012 – 5:00 p.m. |

Public Comments not on the Agenda


[SDCPJ] Japan’s nuclear victims seek compensation, but not their day in court

Sunday, June 24, 2012

[SDCPJ] LA Times comes out against San Onofre and other good news!

Editorial - Times finally takes a position against San Onofre!

San Onofre's cloudy future

"Nuclear energy has been a relatively cheap source of power and one that doesn't contribute to global warming, but the energy is not worth the long-term risk. As we have said before, California, with its network of earthquake faults and the environmental health of the ocean to consider, is the wrong place for such plants. Now is the perfect time for Edison, and the state as a whole, to begin the planning for a non-nuclear future. 

California energy officials plan for life without San Onofre
As officials make short-term plans to cope while the San Onofre plant is off line, they're also starting to think about the possibility of a nuclear-free future.

Saturday, June 23, 2012

[SDCPJ] NO SDCPJ meeting this next Monday

The San Diego Coalition for Peace & Justice will not have a Monday night meeting this next Monday, June 23.  The plan through this Summer is to conduct regular meetings monthly, on the second Monday night of each month, 7 PM at the Friends Center. (This was the determination at the last regular meeting, June 11.)  Special meetings may be called in the interim, so please "stay tuned."  Meanwhile DO mark your calendars for July 9, which will be the next regular meeting.  Please submit any and all agenda items for that meeting. 

Friday, June 22, 2012

[SDCPJ] Fwd: [OccupySD] Occupy - 2012-06-22

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But mark your calendars now for these!

NEXT 16 DAYS - including scheduled TPP actions/events

  • (This list is automatically generated from the topic Common.Occupy San Diego Events). Look at the Calendar for more events, not within the next 16 days. It covers the TPP events/actions scheduled thus far. Check back at the Stop TPP website: and the Calendar here for TPP, as some plans are still in flux.

22 Jun 2012 - Fri

23 Jun 2012 - Sat

  • (6p) Defend Cuba, with special guest: Andres Gomez at CanvassForACause. The Party for Socialism and Liberation is honored to host respected elder Andres Gomez, founder of the Antonio Maceo Brigade in defense of Cuba. - Details - FB Event
  • (7p-9:30p) Movie: Black Power Mixtape Location TBD in City Heights. The film examines the evolution of the Black Power Movement in the black community and Diaspora from 1967 to 1975. The film combines music, startling 16mm footage and contemporary audio interviews from leading African-American artists, activists, musicians and scholars. Check FB Event page for location and updates.
  • (11a) Occupy City Heights at Fairmount & Wightman.
  • (1p-4p) Occupy Encinitas - 1 PM rally at the corner of Encinitas Blvd. and Coast Highway 101 followed by general assembly at 2:30 PM at Cottonwood Creek Park, corner of Encinitas Blvd. and Vulcan Ave. (GA meets at Leucadia Pizzeria if raining) More info: Facebook or Website
  • (2p) GA at or near RedwoodCircle, Balboa Park
  • (12:30p) Labor Solidarity Committee meets at Freedom Plaza
  • (2p) GA at Freedom Plaza

25 Jun 2012 - Mon

  • (5p-7:45p) FORO COMUNITARIO: Basta a las Detenciones & Deportaciones Injustas
  • (6p-8p) Ocupemos el Barrio - Occupy the 'Hood meets Mondays at Sherman Heights Community Center

26 Jun 2012 - Tue

  • (10a) San Diego City Council Meeting (includes Public Comment) at 202 "C" St (12th floor), San Diego, CA 92101
  • (10a) San Diego City Council Meeting (includes Public Comment) at 202 "C" St (12th floor), San Diego, CA 92101
  • (9a-5p) (New date) Jury trial of Benjamin Gasper, a legitimate medical marijuana patient who is unjustly being prosecuted by San Diego District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis. Today jury selection should take all day; supporters should come tomorrow (June 27) to see the proceedings at Dept. 50 of the SanDiegoSuperiorCourt. FB Event
  • (7p-9p)

27 Jun 2012 - Wed

  • (9a-5p) Jury trial of Benjamin Gasper continues. Jury selection likely will have been finished by today; supporters should come today to see the proceedings at Dept. 50 of the SanDiegoSuperiorCourt. FB Event
  • (4p) Oceanside City Council Meeting RE: San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station - We are going to voice our dissent about San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station. Public comments, 3 minutes each. Please be there, you don't have to speak, your presence alone speaks volumes. (although if you want to then that's just awesome! We have a support system to help you if you need it) We are powerful because we are many, we will not let the nuclear industry risk everything we love for 12 % of our power supply. We don't need it, we have many other options available to us. Look at for fact sheets. See you there.
  • (7p) GA at Childrens Park
  • (4p) OB Farmers Market on Newport Avenue in Ocean Beach.

28 Jun 2012 - Thu

  • (9a) Attend the San Diego Planning Commission at SanDiegoCityHall, and Say No to re-zoning open space bordering Mission Trails Regional Park to industrial for a SDGE natural gas power plant siting. CPUC says So. Cal. has excess energy, even with SONGS permanent closure. Support local clean energy. Wear orange in solidarity with We're hoping for 100 people in orange! more details

29 Jun 2012 - Fri

  • TPP delegates start to arrive at Lindbergh Field - they will be greeted by (OSD and other) volunteers at the airport.

30 Jun 2012 - Sat

  • (10a-2p) 10,000 March Against Wal-Mart in L.A. in what may well be the largest anti-Wal-Mart demonstration ever held in the U.S., to keep Wal-Mart out of L.A, and send the message that L.A. will not be bought off by Wal-Mart and the way it does business. Event Details - FB Event page.
  • TPP delegates arrive at Lindbergh Field - they will be greeted by (OSD and other) volunteers at the airport.
  • (11a) Occupy City Heights at Fairmount & Wightman.
  • (1p-4p) Occupy Encinitas - 1 PM rally at the corner of Encinitas Blvd. and Coast Highway 101 followed by general assembly at 2:30 PM at Cottonwood Creek Park, corner of Encinitas Blvd. and Vulcan Ave. (GA meets at Leucadia Pizzeria if raining) More info: Facebook or Website
  • (2p) GA at or near RedwoodCircle, Balboa Park
  • (12:30p) Labor Solidarity Committee meets at Freedom Plaza
  • (2p) GA at Freedom Plaza

01 Jul 2012 - Sun

  • (5p-7p) People for Social Sustainability will have an online forum discussion comparing direct democracy (like Occupy) vs. "cybernated governance", described as a virtual property system. Details, including how to prepare for the discussion. Also this is a FB Event.
  • TPP delegates arrive at Lindbergh Field - they will be greeted by (OSD and other) volunteers at the airport.

02 Jul 2012 - Mon

03 Jul 2012 - Tue

  • (12p) "Door stunt" street theatre near the TPP negotiations at the BayfrontHilton.

04 Jul 2012 - Wed

  • (time TBD) Leafleting near the TPP negotiations at the BayfrontHilton.
  • (12p) Floatilla in the bay (our jobs floating away) near the TPP negotiations at the BayfrontHilton.
  • (7p) GA at Childrens Park
  • (4p) OB Farmers Market on Newport Avenue in Ocean Beach.

06 Jul 2012 - Fri

  • (time TBD) Soapbox oration near the TPP negotiations.
  • (5p-7p) Growing Food, Healing Lives: Food Security and Survivors of Violence, a workshop highlighting the power of food justice and security when implemented in social service agencies, facilitated by Cathy Mendonca, Resident Specialist and DV Advocate of Becky's House of the YWCA of San Diego County. FB Event

07 Jul 2012 - Sat

  • (time TBD) Golden Hill Park Really Really Free Market! Details are on the OSD Website
  • (3p-5p) Ms. Chieko Shiina, an activist and organizer from the Kawamata village of Fukushima will speak at the PeaceResourceCenter. For more info see FB Event page, or email Carol Jahnkow at
  • (7p) Women Occupy San Diego (WOSD) will have the first of two marches through the Marina and Gaslamp Districts. Meet at ChildrensPark.
  • (11a) Occupy City Heights at Fairmount & Wightman.
  • (1p-4p) Occupy Encinitas - 1 PM rally at the corner of Encinitas Blvd. and Coast Highway 101 followed by general assembly at 2:30 PM at Cottonwood Creek Park, corner of Encinitas Blvd. and Vulcan Ave. (GA meets at Leucadia Pizzeria if raining) More info: Facebook or Website
  • (2p) GA at or near RedwoodCircle, Balboa Park
  • (12:30p) Labor Solidarity Committee meets at Freedom Plaza
  • (2p) GA at Freedom Plaza

08 Jul 2012 - Sun

  • (10a) Women Occupy San Diego (WOSD) will have another march through the Marina and Gaslamp Districts. Meet at ChildrensPark.


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[SDCPJ] Title IX 40th Anniversary Party, Saturday, June 23 -- Legislative milestone for women!

Please join us for one big party to celebrate the 40th anniversary of Title IX, the legislative milestone that leveled the playing field for women in education and sports. 
Oceanside Pier Amphitheater, 200 N. The Strand 
Saturday, June 23, 4-7 p.m.

This FREE event will feature nationally recognized speakers -- female Olympic athletes and women leaders in business and education -- along with live music, dance performances, autograph signing, expo, women's groups, sports teams, food, fun and more. Bring your mothers, daughters, sisters, girlfriends and wives and salute women's achievement! 

Hosted by Kinane Events, organizers of the Oceanside Turkey Trot, Surf City USA Marathon, Surf City Beach Derby and Santa Anita Derby Day 5K. 

Please "Like" us on FB at:

Awesome moments in history -- In 1967, Kathrine Switzer was the first woman to run the Boston marathon. After realizing that a woman was running, race organizer Jock Semple went after Switzer shouting, "Get the hell out of my race and give me those numbers." However, Switzer's boyfriend and other male runners provided a protective shield during the entire marathon.The photographs taken of the incident made world headlines, and Kathrine later won the NYC marathon with a time of 3:07:29. [Wiki] / ~ In appreciation of all you strong women and all your supportive partners out there!

Wednesday, June 20, 2012

[SDCPJ] Today! June 20: "The Interrupters"

The PRC & Nonviolent Peaceforce invite you to

Film Screening & Discussion of

Wed. June 20th @ 6 - 9 pm
3850 Westgate Pl, San Diego 92105

FREE and Open to the public!

5:45 pm -- Doors open, light refreshments
6:15 pm -- Film starts promptly
8:20 pm -- Discussion with Guests, 
   including Tariq Khamisa Foundation (TKF) & Commission on Gang Violence

by Steve James and Alex Kotlowitz

During just one weekend in 2008, 37 people were shot in Chicago, seven of them fatally. This film captures a period in Chicago when it became a national symbol for city violence and was besieged by high-profile incidents, most notably the brutal beating of Derrion Albert, a Chicago High School student, whose death was caught on videotape.

The Interrupters is the moving story of three dedicated "violence interrupters"—Ameena Matthews, Cobe Williams and Eddie Bocanegra—who, with bravado, humility and even humor, work to protect their Chicago communities from the violence they themselves once employed. Their work and their insights are informed by their own journeys, which, as each of them points out, defy easy characterization.

Shot over the course of a year out of Kartemquin Films in Chicago, The Interrupters follows Ameena, Eddie and Cobe as they attempt to intervene in situations before those situations turn violent: two brothers threatening to shoot each other; an angry teenage girl just home from prison; a young man heading down a warpath of revenge. The film captures not only the interrupters' work, but reveals their own inspired journeys from crime to hope and, ultimately, redemption. As they venture into their communities, they confront the destructive cycle of poverty, incarceration and joblessness -- and reveal the importance of economic opportunity, community cohesion and family ties.

Ultimately, this is a story of the power we all possess to make a positive difference in our community.

For more information,

or contact Mariah with questions at:
Peace Resource Center of San Diego
3850 Westgate Place, San Diego 92105
office: 619-263-9301 /

Tuesday, June 19, 2012

[SDCPJ] KNSJ Community Radio Meeting on Thursday, June 21st (See the commitment list)

NOTE: If you came to the last meeting - see the commitments that you made at the last meeting and report back on your progress.

Media Justice Activists -You are invited to the

SD Community Radio Proj. Meeting

How can we Occupy the Radio waves?

Find out what's going on a   


Come Imagine this new KNSJ-FM Community Radio.

We have the FCC License for our new station!

 With your help... This is What Democracy Will Sound Like.




Thurs. June 21st at 7 PM

 Activist Center - 4246 Wightman St (in back) - 1 Bl. s. of Univ Ave on Van Dyke 

The San Diego Community Radio Project will share the news about Activist San Diego 's in-the-works, full-power FM station and INTERNET RADIO. The signal will transmit out of Descanso, with a parallel Internet radio stream and studios based in City Heights. ASD is a 12-year-old 501c3 with a rock-solid mission of networking for social justice.

We are tired of corporate misinformation and monopolized media. We were heartbroken with the loss of KLSD; we had hopes with Liberty One; Is San Diego County ready for this NCE (non-commercial, educational, listener- supported) endeavor lead by progressives? You can help make it happen. creating a commons!

Each One, Teach One; Pass the Microphone; Pay It Forward

For info:  Martin 619-891-9354   


Action Summary:


·        Mark Conlin has given KNSJ 8 hours of programming.

·       The sound studio to be built, but needs finishing work.

·        Charles has become the official Treasurer for ASD Radio and will report back.

·        Floyd, Leon and Martin have met with Heartland Coalition looking for a partnership grant from the Coalition as a founding member.
Kelly Barnes and Miriam Clark together donated $1500 to KNSJ.  This is wonderful and our appreciation for all they have done for the radio project will continue to have a lasting impact.

·       A draft of official letterhead was presented and alternative logo ideas were presented.

·        Members present made commitments for the next month... (See below)

·        ASD has approved the lease of the building at the tower site on Monument Peak.

  •  New people are contacting KNSJ almost every day... we need volunteers to help coordinate the energy that is out there.  Please step forward.


Commitment Summary:


·        Floyd will make a list of potential donors and setting up meetings with the potential donors.

·        Mark will continue creating content, contact the Media Arts Center and work on data entry during his regular ASD office hours.

·        Charles offered to do bookkeeping and data entry.

·        Leon will contact Qualcomm re; equipment donation.
Leon will work with the Native tribes & compile a list of potential sponsors in the Descanso/Alpine area.

·        Larry wants to build a KNSJ advisory board: Please suggest or make nominations. Will get letters of support from famous activists too.

·        Efren will spread the word and work on a new logo.

·        Eva will listen to other new FM radios and start working on a community survey.

·        Ray will also contact Grossmont/Cuyamaca College for interns and the college district covering Escondido.

·        Jorge announced the “No War, No Warming” program of Grassroots Global Justice and said he would be creating content at the upcoming Rio conference he's attending for both live streaming and recorded broadcasting. He will also contact Ethan van Thillo of the Media Arts Center about setting up trainings for content producers. Anne wants to work on this as well, along with Fungi.

·      Mike will write down a structure for training in audio editing and will also produce content for the station. He mentioned San Diego City College as another potential source of volunteers/interns once they're back in session in the fall.

·        Michael "Funguy" Moody will set up a new computer for streaming from the ASD office.
Ray also urged content producers to submit to Air Progressive so they can get their content streamed online immediately.

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Peace Up,
Michael Gomel

[SDCPJ] Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Teach-In WED 6-9p in Hillcrest

Here are details for the next Teach-In on the Trans-Pacific
Partnership tomorrow (Wed) evening, featuring Brooke Harper from
Global Trade Watch:

6:00pm until 9:00pm
Canvas for a Cause
Join Canvas for A Cause, WOSD, and Occupy San Diego as we host our
third in a series of teach-outs/discussions on the TPP, Trans Pacific
Partnership with Brooke Harper from Global Trade Watch

Address: 3705 10th Ave, San Diego.

"From July 2 to July 10, the political leaders of the Pacific Rim
nations are meeting in San Diego to turn the Pacific Ocean and its
peoples into a giant privatized corporate lake characterized by non-
union workers, Wal-Mart supply chain feeders, poisoned, landless
agricultural laborers, a dying biodiversity, and rising, drowning sea
levels. We cannot and will not let this happen.

The TPP meeting is officially referred to as the 13th Round of the
Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) Talks. The Trans Pacific Partnership
would create a super-treaty which would jeopardize the sovereignty of
the nations involved by giving that power to large corporations like
Wal Mart, Warners, Sony, BP, JP Morgan, AIG, Veoilia, and Monsanto.

There are currently 9 nations involved: US, New Zealand, Australia,
Brunei, Chile, Malaysia, Peru, Singapore, and Vietnam. Japan, Canada
and Mexico have shown interest.
The economic power of this group is more than 40% larger than the 27-
nation European Union.
The TPP would offshore millions of good-paying jobs to low-wage
nations and under-cut working conditions globally increasing
unemployment and union labors.
Allow foreign firms the ability to acquire land, natural resources,
and factories without government reviews
USTR (US Trade Representatives) are pushing for TPP countries to
expand pharmaceutical monopoly protections and institute longer
patents that will decrease access to affordable medications
The U.S. would agree to waive Buy America procurement policies for all
of the firms operating in the TPP countries
Limit food GMO labeling and allow the import of goods that do not meet
US safe standards.
Excessive copyright rights and enforcement which would affect the
ability of creators to create content, stifle innovative technological
products, and that ability of users to use content in new ways.
Would institute CISPA like regulations and "3 strikes" internet
measures kicking people off the internet after committing three
infringement violations.
It would roll back Wall Street, and prohibit ban on risky financial

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