Thursday, January 29, 2015

Robert Reich - No to TPP

Democracy NOW - With Robert Redford at Sundance Film Festival

Saturday, January 24, 2015


Media Advisory: For Immediate Release, January 23, 2015
Marco Amaral: 702-427-3720
Luis Lopez Resendiz 619-289-4731
Catherine Mendonca 401-580-7791

The CommUNITY of San Diego rises up with the people of Mexico and their 
struggle for political and social liberation!
The border community will congregate on the evening of January 26th, at Chicano 
Park, to continue to shed light on the disappearance of the abducted students and 
the uprisings, thereafter, of the people of Mexico. 4 months later…ALIVE THEY 

When: Monday, January 26, 2015
Time: 6pm – 9pm
Where: Chicano Park, San Diego, Ca
Visuals: Massive amounts of people, posters, informational tables, music, 
food, love.

San Diego, CA – It has been four months of heart-ache; it has been four months of searching; it 
has been four months that the people of Mexico have had ENOUGH! January 26th marks the 4 
month date that 43 normalista students, from the Normal School of Ayotzinapa, were abducted 
by the hands of the Mexican government, both locally and federally. It has been 4months since 
our brothers and sisters of Mexico have decided that enough is enough, they want a new country, 
a prosperous country, a free and peaceful country. We, the residents of San Diego, stand in 
solidarity with our sisters and brothers of Mexico and their fight for liberation. In addition we, as 
residents of the United States, acknowledge our countries (the United States) influence in the 
tragedies that occur every single day in Mexico. Due to our foreign policies, such as Plan Merida 
which enables our tax dollars to support a Mexican government that is filled with human rights 
abuses, and our lax gun laws that allow the illegal smuggling of United States guns into Mexico 
and perpetuate the violence of the cartels; we stand against our roles and call upon our 
government to end the promotion of this violence across our border. La ComUNIDAD, a 
coalition of community members, organizations, and allies, calls upon the San Diegan public to 
come to Chicano Park this upcoming Monday and hold hands with us, as we stand in solidarity 
with our sisters and brothers of Mexico and against our imperialistic influences on Mexico.


In service,

Catherine (Cat) Mendonça
Af3irm San Diego;  an anti-imperialist, transnational feminist women's organization, evolving from the organization formerly known as GABNet, and 20 years of women's organizing, activism, and struggle.
United Against Police Terror; a grassroots organization, dedicated to educating and organizing the community to fight back against police terror in SD.
Black and Pink - San Diego; an organization supporting LGBTQ prisoners impacted by the prison industrial complex.
a member of San Diego No More Prisons Coalition and Californians United for a Responsible Budget (CURB)

Friday, January 23, 2015

[SDCPJ] Sat 1/31, 10am ~ Community Conversations

What do YOU care about?
Why do you ACT?
How can we SUPPORT you?

In 2015, the Peace Resource Center (PRC) is turning 35. We want this year to be a reviving re-envisioning of our future, our service to community and the world… So, we need YOU!

Join us for

The "Last Sat" each month (Jan 31, Feb 28, Mar 28 etc)
from 10am – 12pm
@ PRC, 3850 Westgate Pl. San Diego 92105

We'll gather inside our space at the Friends Center, enjoy light refreshments, talk about current issues, build community, as well as brainstorm together about what matters and our next steps, asking questions, planning new possibilities, and linking the past to the present and future… for PEACE & JUSTICE!

Sent by Mariah on behalf of 
Peace Resource Center of San Diego
3850 Westgate Pl, San Diego, CA 92105 & / 619-263-9301

Monday, January 19, 2015

"Upfront & Outspoken" with Bob Williams and special guest Walter Davis

10 Amazing Sites That Will Pay You For Your Writing

18 Things Fast Food Restaurants Don't Want You to Know - Coupon Connections

Don't miss "Steal Heaven" a very relevant play about Activism and Activist Abbie Hoffman! Now-Jan 23rd @ SD Rep

Don't miss
"Steal Heaven" a very relevant play about Activism and
Activist Abbie Hoffman! 
Running Now - Jan 23rd @ SD Rep

About the Show
Do you ever wonder if activism in America can provoke real change? Is it possible to stand up and shout and really make a difference?
Maybe it's time to get a little crazy! This is where bad-boy Abbie Hoffman (played by Herbert Siguenza) comes in. You know about Abbie, right? He was the political and social activist who co-founded the Youth International Party ("Yippies") on New Year's eve of 1968. But did you know that this icon of youthful rebellion now serves as the patron saint of radicals? In his little corner of heaven, Abbie conducts a boot camp for activists who have the chutzpah required to go back to Earth to become new agents of change.
Enter Trish, a young veteran-turned-activist, who finds herself at the pearly gates. Bingo. Abbie senses he may have finally found the right combination of anger, courage, and cunning wit. So he calls in his comrades John Lennon and Albert Einstein, locks the gate and says "Let the training begin!"
Abbie is thrilled when Trish brings her A-Game to the table to take on the challenges of the 21st century. Yippie!

recommended by Activist San Diego

[SDCPJ] Please Forward: Activists Honor MLK on Mon. with ACTION &...

Please Forward this far and wide to build for Monday's MLK march &
ASD's  7 pm  Forum on Racial Justice organizing!


  1. Activists Celebrate MLK Day Jan. 19 with March for Civil Rights
  2. ASD Gen. Meeting: Movement-Building Forum on MLK Day - Inspiration, Everyone welcome Mon. 7 PM Joyce Beers  -
  3. ORGANIZE for  Racial  Justice - Jan. 27, 7pm
  4. Marj Cohen on Torture Jan 18th
  5. Activist Intentional Living Opportunity - Room Rental

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Join a 4 Mile March. Celebrate MLK Day with Action!  
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Activist San Diego encourages your participation in a Martin Luther King Jr. day of community-based action. Honor King through action and by building the new civil rights movement!
Around the country - The goal of every 4 Mile March in each city is the same: to bring awareness to the national epidemic of racial profiling and police violence, and to honor all the lives lost as a result.
*Jan. 19th 1 pm starting at City Heights Performance Center to Malcolm X Library*
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We Invite YOU  to Participate Mon. Evening!

ASD Gen. Meeting
Build Racial Justice Movement FORUM -- What will you do to honor MLK Day the way he advocated? 

Jan. 19th @ 7pm @ Joyce Beers Center 4065 Vermont, SD

Join an inspiring evening of info and organizing. Do not sit out today's civil Rts. movement; honor Martin Luther King thru activist participation.
CELEBRATE MLK by attending an MLK-inspired forum on Building a Racial Justice/Police abuse movement in SD. Bring your 4-Mile March posters and banners, bring your friends.  Bring your favorite 30-90 second quote, then sing, recite, read it or perform it.  Bring your voice to join a presentation and round-table discussion about the current mobilizations and movement-building around police shootings, militarism and systemic abuse of power.
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In Nov. we turned frustration into a tremendous outpouring that promises to strengthen multiracial and multi-generational activism. We had more than 30 people at our Dec. meetings; we set up committees, outlined plans and actions.    We are determined stop the growth of  militarized and racialized policing and shed light on the discriminatory practices that  undermine peace and social equity.
We meet in solidarity national efforts to build a people's movement in Ferguson/St. Louis and countless other cities.  Our intent is to establish a permanent presence in this work with a new generation of activists. JOIN US!
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Marjorie Cohn, Professor of Law at Thomas Jefferson School of Law, will be speaking on the topic of torture at the Mission Valley Library, 2123 Fenton Parkway, at 2:00 pm on Sunday, January 18th. Professor Cohn's talk will address the recent Senate Intelligence Committee's report on the CIA's use of torture and the legality and other aspects of torture.
Kathi Anderson, Executive Director of Survivors of Torture International, will also provide some remarks.

"Building Neighborhood Consensus"
Building a collaborate network of stakeholders to inform the development of Civic San Diego's Community Benefits Goals. 
CivicSD Community Benefits Consensus Project
Building a collaborate network of stakeholders to inform the development of
Civic San Diego's Community Benefits Goals
Multiple locations in SD:
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 Don't miss "Steal Heaven" plays thru Jan. 23rd, 2015
"Steal Heaven" a very relevant play about Activism and
Activist Abbie Hoffman!
Running Now - Jan 23rd @ SD Rep

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February 2015 Movie Marathon

Progressive Move Marathon at Canyon Lake February 2015

Saturday, February 7, 2015

11:00 AM to 1:00 AM
My Villa Call me to find out, Canyon Lake, CA 760-917-1251, Canyon Lake, CA

We will begin with a Cultural Issues Workshop and learn how to discuss difficult cultural issues.

 Movies include:

 From the horrible genocide of Native Americans to the enslavement, murder, rape of Black people....

to the injustices delivered to Latinos who are forced to flee...not immigrate because of U.S. Trade the murder and lynching of people of color in this country during Jim the Iranians who had their democratic government overthrown by the CIA. Arabs who had their land stolen during World War I by Sir Mark Japanese Americans who fought for America during World War II while their families were locked up in interment concentration camps.....we will take a look at the past...a sobering look at how people of color are still suffering from these how we can communicate...collaborate...and heal....with love...compassion....and the tenants of nonviolent communication.....we will move forward...with Zeitgeist Moving Forward.

 Saturday 7 February 2015 @11 AM to 1 AM Sunday ever long it takes @ Canyon Lake (Riverside County, Just north of Temecula) Food|Sober Conversation|Safety|Compassion|Brother and Sisterhood|Fireplace Workshops|Relaxation|Intensity|Healing|Bonding|Snacks|Salads|Soup|Popcorn 

$10.00 minimum donation requested...not required Call me.

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