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Sunday, July 31, 2016
Tuesday, July 12, 2016
The Libertarian view point erroneously supports privatization. The disaster of the prison transport business highlights this error.
Private transport companies are transporting prisoners across country while drivers only get two days training, are paid low salaries and prisoners are not allowed bathroom breaks.
Prisoners are dying in transport vans.
Innocent people are being arrested and transported in horrendous conditions.
People with minor infractions are being placed into vans with harden criminals.
Women are being sexually assaulted.
Prisoners are being denied medical care.
While the owners of the transport services are making big bucks, the drivers are not.
The prisoners being transported are being treated like animals.
Some of them, have not even been to trial yet.
Some of them, did not even know that a warrant was out for their arrest.
Just because someone has an infraction or conviction, it does not mean they should be treated less than human.
Privatization does not work. It victimizes workers and provides substandard service. We need professional law enforcement officers to manage these transports.
This is another reason why everyone needs a legal expense plan to help defend themselves and an ID Theft expense plan to know when and if a warrant is issued for you via alerts.
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Friday, July 8, 2016
**FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE**
Reverend Shane Harris and the National Action Network to Speak out at NAN's monthly Saturday Action Rally in response to the police shootings of two African American Males at the hands of Law enforcement. Attorney Edmond Jordan for Alton Sterling will join the Saturday Action Rally in San Diego via Video and give update to crowd on current status of case in Baton Rouge, LA. Also San Diego Man Robert Branch and Attorney Marc Kohnen to join rally in solidarity with Alton Sterling and Philando Castile speaking up against police brutality
DETAILS FOR RALLY
TIME DOORS OPEN: 10:30 AM PST
TIME RALLY BEGINS: 11:00 AM PST
ADDRESS OF RALLY: House of Justice San Diego at 1728 South 39th Street San Diego, CA
For further details email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 619-463-1966 ext. 241
SAN DIEGO, CA -- President of the National Action Network San Diego the Reverend Shane Harris in response to the killing of two African American Men Alton Sterling of Baton Rouge, Louisiana and Philando Castile of Minnesota, who were killed by the police in less than twenty- four hours apart from each other. In light of the consistent failures of the Law Enforcement community on both local levels and national levels to Protect and Serve and the consistent failures of the criminal justice system as well Mass Incarceration, Reverend Shane Harris and NAN San Diego will be apart of a national coalition to deal with the historic failures of investigations that have taken place and develop a call to action to communities all over calling for the Federal DOJ to get involved in cases earlier and the consistent need for Independent Investigations as well as police reform.
NAN San Diego continues to shine light on cases like the Robert Branch San Diego Case, a man who was choked unconscious by a white off duty police officer, and after filing a Civil Rights lawsuit against the Sheriff's department the District Attorney Bonnie Dumanis.and her office came back and pressed charges against Robert for reckless driving and use of deadly force on an officer. SEE VIDEO HERE: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5YiB4GPeGd4
Reverend Shane Harris said these words in a Statement he released:
"I am tired of watching the inconsistency of our criminal justice system. Every day those who live in our urban communities have been terrorized by those who say they are there to protect and serve. By no means are we against law enforcement but we are against bad cops and believe that those cops must be dealt with. It is even more shocking to me that in times like these that candidates for office on both national levels and local levels have said less about the reform we need around policing in this country. I and several other civil rights leaders, clergy and community citizens are going to put together a strategic movement around the mistrust we have in local prosecutors and calling for the federal DOJ and Independent Investigators to get involved quicker especially on police killings in the country. We also will press our political leaders on the constant police reform that must continue right here in our own city. I also will head to Baton Rouge, LA following our Saturday Action Rally in San Diego to join my national President of the National Action Network Reverend Al Sharpton and our National Team on the ground".
Several in the San Diego community are both expected to join NAN's Saturday Action Rally at the House of Justice San Diego as well as join this national movement that has rippled the hearts and minds of many across the nation. At NAN's Saturday Action Rally there will be several leaders to echo NAN's plan in dealing with policing in America.
Rev. Shane Harris
President, National Action Network San Diego Chapter
Rev. K.W. Tulloss , Western Regional Director
National Action Network
Rev. Al Sharpton
National Founder and President
National Action Network
Friday, July 1, 2016
July 1, 2016
As the Peace Resource Center's most valued members, partners, donors and supporters, we are excited to share with you some changes that are coming and provide an opportunity for your input.
Last year, as we gathered together for the Annual Meeting in November, we marked and celebrated PRC's first 35 years – years of triumph, struggle, and accomplishment – and introduced you to the new Board of Directors. We recognized how important it is to continue to strive together to build the better world we know can exist.
This year, your Board came together in January for a strategic planning retreat. Since then, we have been working toward a future of nonviolent peacemaking, children's education, and conversations and collaborations around PRISMS (poverty, racism, immigration, spirituality, militarism, and sustainability). We plan to continue this work and more.
As we move forward through 2016 and plan for 2017, we are also preparing for transition. Our Executive Director for five years, Mariah Gayler, is moving on in July. With the vision of a strong PRC, we are working with her through a transition process, which includes steps to secure qualified leadership in 2017. We are grateful to Peta Hinds-Lametti, a current board member, for stepping up to learn PRC operations from Mariah and then provide leadership as Interim Coordinator for the remainder of 2016. These are big changes that also bring amazing opportunities with them.
With this, we invite you to a Meet & Greet to share with you the vision from the Board's strategic planning and get your feedback and involvement. In the spirit of partnership, cooperation, and collaboration, please mark your calendars for the Meet & Greet on Sept. 10th from 2-4pm at the PRC.
Thank you for your ongoing support. Change brings opportunity and we look forward to you joining us on Sept 10th for refreshments, good company, and visioning together.
Together for Peace & Justice,
Sara Haldeman-Scarr, Board President
Peace Resource Center of San Diego
P.S. On the next page, you will find a special message from Mariah.
Hello all you dear people,
It is with mixed emotions that I tell you today is my last day as the Executive Director of the PRC. I will put in a bit more time to tie up loose ends and help Peta in the transition, but otherwise today is officially the end. After five years to the day as E.D. and nearly six years total of being employed by the PRC, I'm leaving to pursue new adventures. I will learn more about goats and farming, continue efforts with the food justice community, turn 40 years old, get married in 2017, and explore what else life may hold.
I am deeply grateful to have had the privilege to serve through this organization. Our work for "peace with justice and sustainability through nonviolence" is deeply meaningful to me, and it is difficult to transition away. I am honored to have been the first to follow in the footsteps of Carol Jahnkow, who led the PRC for the first 30 years. I will miss daily time at the beautiful Peace Campus, interacting with my colleagues here, the support and inspiration of the new wonderfully dedicated board, as well as working with the many incredible collaborative community organizations and the irreplaceable variety of people I've met along the way. It was a vital part of my position to have had flexibility to follow community interests and develop new programs, in addition to taking important personal/family time as needed and going back to school. Last May, I was able to receive my Masters in Nonprofit Leadership and Management. I hope everything I have learned and gained has been returned as much, or more, in benefit to the PRC and community. I feel so lucky to have made some wonderful friends through this work and overall to have had such a unique, memorable, and significant job.
Thank you to everyone who supported me and the PRC these years, through the ongoing challenges and successes of running and being a small progressive responsive organization. With the many activities we have hosted and participated in, I mostly fondly will take memories of rewarding conversations where people's eyes light up as they gain new information that ignites passionate action. I have learned so much from each of you and the transformative work that we have shared together. I am confident that – with the dedication of the Board, new staff, and all of you alongside – the PRC will persevere through the next phase and build a new future of important peace work.
The Board is committed and meeting regularly. Walking in hand with Peta, they will together provide capable leadership during this time of transition. We shall see what details will change or stay the same, but the PRC will endure. To use a song quote, don't stop believing! Show your dedication to peace, justice, sustainability, and the future of PRC by contributing extra generously through this transition.
In peace, gratitude, and love,
Remember, send in your contribution or membership dues – right now! – with the form below or on to our website. Also, keep your eyes out later this year for information about new membership benefits!
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