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Sunday, June 19, 2016
[SDCPJ] Rally, March Press Conference Monday 6/20 @ 6pm : Linda Vista residents and community supporters denounce retaliatory evictions of tenants
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[SDCPJ] Fwd: ASD elections/ KNSJ Suffers Break-in: Fundraiser on Sat.
Friday, June 17, 2016
[SDCPJ] One week left! 6/25 Annual Work-a-thon
Saturday, June 25th
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and 2. Familia Indigena Unida (FIU), which aids Mixtec and other indigenous peoples with language classes, social services and cultural workshops. FIU also sponsors a garden with plants traditional to indigenous cultures.
Note: The TASKS that will be done on June 25 include yard maintenance, work on a community garden, building a fence for the garden and painting an outside wall bordering the garden. (And yes, you can get community service hours for this!) Volunteers also get sponsors who match their labor with donations to benefit Project YANO and the Peace Resource Center.
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Sponsor a volunteer worker. Your tax-deductible donation as a sponsor will give encouragement to those donating their labor and also benefit two non-profit groups: the Project on Youth and Non-Military Opportunities (Project YANO) and Peace Resource Center of San Diego.
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Tuesday, June 14, 2016
Monday, June 13, 2016
[SDCPJ] Fw: This Wed.: people's proposal to reform Citizens Police Review Board, on agenda at City Council Rules Committee
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Date: Sun, Jun 12, 2016 at 9:32 AM
Subject: [WOSD-Discussion] Fwd: San Diego Free Press
San Diego Free Press
- Trump's Local Congressional Tag Team in Trouble
- City of San Diego Ballot Proposals Promote Police Transparency, Human Services
- Sore Loser!
- San Diego La Raza Lawyers Association, Judge Curiel and Trump Attacks on Independent Judiciary
- The Tijuana River Valley Community Garden
Posted: 09 Jun 2016 10:08 AM PDT
Two high-profile Congressional supporters of presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump are in the news this week. A loss of voter support for down-ballot legislative seats is considered one the biggest challenges for Republicans in 2016.
Congressman Darrell Issa's surprisingly weak showing in the primary has delighted Democrats. Ex-marine Douglas Applegate is garnering national attention after a strong showing in a district that's been a lock for Republicans in the past.
Congressman Duncan Hunter is under fire for comparing a Latino bar association with white supremacist groups in a radio interview with Fox News Sean Hannity about Donald Trump's accusations regarding U.S. District Judge Gonzalo Curiel. [Read more...]
Doug Porter was active in the early days of the alternative press in San Diego, contributing to the OB Liberator, the print version of the OB Rag, the San Diego Door, and the San Diego Street Journal. He went on to have a 35-year career in the Hospitality business and decided to go back into raising hell when he retired. He's won awards for 'Daily Reporting and Writing: Opinion/Editorial' from the Society of Professional Journalists in 2013, 2014 and 2015. Doug is a cancer survivor (sans vocal chords) and lives in North Park.
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Posted: 09 Jun 2016 09:23 AM PDT
Women Occupy San Diego address Citizens Review Board on Policy Practices inadequacies (again); Democratic Woman's Club advocacy for City of San Diego Department of Public Health and Social Welfare
Keep an eye on some of the new ballot proposals that have been filed recently with the San Diego City Clerk. These proposals reflect focused citizen participation that offer correctives to the city's Citizen Review Board on Police Practices (CRB) and the county's meager health and human services. These small "d" democratic efforts also happen to be spearheaded by women. [Read more...]
I left a moribund Western Pennsylvania mill town the year that Richard M. Nixon was not impeached for crimes against the American people, and set off in search of truth, beauty, justice and a beat I could dance to. Here I am.
The post City of San Diego Ballot Proposals Promote Police Transparency, Human Services appeared first on San Diego Free Press.
Posted: 09 Jun 2016 07:05 AM PDT
Sore losers! you sneer,
because they question the way the game was played.
Cheaters! they cry,
because it just doesn't make sense
the way it went down,
compared to what they saw with their very own eyes.
That makes it all OK,
As if this was just a game of chess,
With nothing lost but the round,
unless you waged a bet. [Read more...]
Jeeni Criscenzo founded Amikas, a non-profit that works to house homeless women and children, particularly veteran women. She was one of the founders of Women Occupy San Diego and remains active in supporting many liberal causes, locally and nationally. In 2006 she was the Democratic candidate for the 49th Congressional District, running against Darrell Issa. She is an avid gardener, relentless feminist, performance poet, proud grandmother and now, this…
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Posted: 09 Jun 2016 06:51 AM PDT
The San Diego La Raza Lawyers Association along with Tom Homann LGBT Law Association and Justicia Criminal Defense Lawyers announce their response to Donald Trump's misleading remarks regarding the San Diego La Raza Lawyers Association and his repeated comments regarding U.S. District Court Judge Gonzalo Curiel.
By Luis O. Osuna, San Diego La Raza Lawyers Association President
In recent days our organization and Judge Curiel have become the targets of Donald Trump's attacks. The comments made by Trump have been misleading, blatant lies and even racist in nature. Given the amount of attention that Trump's remarks have produced, this statement seeks to clarify who we are as an association, our purpose and the abject impropriety of Trump's criticism of Judge Curiel and his attacks on the independence of the judiciary. [Read more...]
The post San Diego La Raza Lawyers Association, Judge Curiel and Trump Attacks on Independent Judiciary appeared first on San Diego Free Press.
Posted: 09 Jun 2016 06:40 AM PDT
By Barbara Zaragosa / South Bay Compass
The Tijuana River Valley (TRV) was once filled with vegetable farms, dairies and ranches. As a matter of fact, the famous horses Trigger and Seabiscuit were boarded here. Today, many ranches still pepper the TRV. You can take horse rides out to the beach or buy vegetables at Suzie's farm stand on weekends. Along the road in this sleepy area the TRV Community Garden also rents plots to local residents.
The Tijuana River Valley Community Garden has a simple goal: to promote healthy and fresh grown produce in a diverse community environment. [Read more...]
Barbara Zaragoza is a freelance writer who covers the South Bay, San Diego. She recently published a photographic history of San Ysidro and the Tijuana River Valley and also writes about arts, culture & activism at SouthBayCompass.com.
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