Wednesday, October 24, 2018

[SDCPJ] Fwd: Register and Attend Ethical Journalism's Role in Promoting Civil Discourse about Public Policy, USD 10/26



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From: Carl Luna <cluna@sdccd.edu>
Date: October 24, 2018 at 2:46:14 PM PDT
Subject: Register and Attend Ethical Journalism's Role in Promoting Civil Discourse about Public Policy, USD 10/26




DESCRIPTION

Date: Friday, Oct. 26, 2018

Time: 5:00 – 7:00 pm
5:00 – 6:00 pm reception (appetizers)
6:00 – 7:00 pm panel discussion/q&a

Location: University of San Diego
Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice Theatre

Cost: The event is free, but registration is required. Complimentary parking (code to be provided after registration)



The University of San Diego School of Law's Center for Public Interest Law (CPIL) and Children's Advocacy Institute (CAI) are hosting a panel discussion on critical issues and challenges confronting professional journalism in the current political, social, and media environments, and the vital role that investigative journalism plays in informing citizens and maintaining a sound democracy. Join us as we explore ways to ensure that journalism can be conducted freely and fully — and in a fair and balanced manner that maintains high standards and ethical behavior.

Moderator

  • Ed Howard, Senior Counsel/Senior Policy Advocate, Center for Public Interest Law and Children's Advocacy Institute

Panelists

  • Jeremy Loudenback, Senior West Coast Editor, The Chronicle of Social Change
  • Scott Lewis, CEO/Editor in Chief, Voice of San Diego
  • Lissette Martinez, Director of Media Relations, University of San Diego/5-time Emmy Award winner, bilingual multimedia journalist 
  • Lyle Moran, San Diego-based freelance journalist
  • Carl Luna, Ph.D., Director, Institute for Civil Civic Engagement/Visiting Professor, Political Science, University of San Diego
  • Bridget Naso, Military Reporter and Weekend Anchor, NBC 7 San Diego / KNSD

Friday, October 19, 2018

[SDCPJ] Fwd: WOSD Press Advisory - Oct 22 National Day of Action Against Police Brutality, 9am, Hall of Justice

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From: Stephanie Jennings <sdcrbreform@gmail.com>
Date: October 19, 2018 at 9:44:02 AM PDT
To: Stephanie Jennings <sdcrbreform@gmail.com>
Subject: WOSD Press Advisory - Oct 22 National Day of Action Against Police Brutality, 9am, Hall of Justice



P.O. Box 3481

San Diego, CA 92163


PRESS ADVISORY


October 22 National Day of Actions to Stop Police Brutality, Repression, and the Criminalization of a Generation

San Diego Demands An Independent Commission of Police Practices NOW!


For immediate release:  October 19, 2018


Press Contacts:

Stephanie Jennings    sdcrbreform@gmail.com, 619-507-4411

Andrea St. Julian    astjulian@san.rr.com, 858-792-6366

Robert Tambuzi         pnv.tambuzi@gmail.com, 619-417-0913

WHERE: "Hall of Justice", 330 W. Broadway, San Diego, CA 92101    

WHEN: October 22, National Day of Protest Against Police Brutality, 9 AM.

WHO:  Families and Survivors of police brutality, with Allies committed to Real Community Oversight of Police*

WHY:  October 22 is the 23rd annual National Day of Protest to Stop Police Brutality, Repression, and the Criminalization of a Generation.  Families of victims of police violence and community support groups are gathering outside the San Diego "Hall of Justice" to petition our government to redress the wrongs inflicted on too many.

No one is above the law.  We come to demand justice for Raul Rivera, Alfred Olango, Earl McNeil, Victor Ortega, Sergio Weick, Jonathon Coronel, Frederick Jefferson, and hundreds of other dead or brutalized at the hands of San Diego law enforcement.  

We demand an end to the District Attorney's relentless refusal to properly investigate civilian murders and injuries inflicted by local law enforcement.   

We challenge San Diego City Council members to stop sabotaging community oversight of public servants and to sincerely work with residents to create a Commission on Police Practices that is independent, transparent & empowered to counter police brutality.

On October 22, we stand with the thousands around the country to demand community control.


On October 22, community organizations and survivors are hosting these Actions:

  • a Teach-In on Police Practices & Brutality at San Diego City Community College.

12:00PM Teach-in at San Diego City College, 1313 Park Boulevard
https://www.facebook.com/events/599793660458106/
San Diego Coalition for Racial Justice and Activist San Diego 619-871-9354 info@activistsandiego.org, www.facebook.com/ActivistSD/

  • Press Conference with Justice 4 Earl

4 PM, following Teach-In at San Diego City College

  • Rally and Candle Light March against with families and survivors of police brutality, City Heights

4:30 PM at the City Heights/Weingart Library and Performance Annex
https://www.facebook.com/events/1974693126112137/
United Against Police Terror-San Diego uaptsd@gmail.com

  • Overpass Light Brigade Action on the University Ave I-15 Overpass, after the Candle Light March


*This group of allies coordinate and support the effort to create a strong, independent, transparent, community-led Commission on Police Practices in the city charter.  

It includes:

ACLU of San Diego & Imperial Counties, Black Men United, Center on Policy Initiative (CPI), Community Assistance Support Team (CAST), Criminal Defense Lawyers Club, Earl B. Gilliam Bar Association, Generation Justice, Indivisible Blue district (CA districts 52 and 53), League of Women Voters, Mid-City Community Advocacy Network  (Mid-City CAN), Mosques Against Trafficking, NAACP San Diego, National Action Network (NAN), National Lawyers Guild, San Diego Chapter, Older Women's League - San Diego (OWL), Peace Resource Center, Pillars of the Community, People Over Profits - San Diego, Pink Crescent, Racial Justice Coalition, San Diego County Young Democrats, San Diego La Raza Lawyers Association, San Diego Labor Democratic Club, San Diego Organizing Project (SDOP), Showing up for Racial Justice (SURJ), Tom Homann LGBT Law Association  (THLA), United Against Police Terror (UAPT), Veterans Democratic Club, Veterans for Peace-San Diego Chapter, Women Occupy San Diego (WOSD)






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Monday, October 15, 2018

[SDCPJ] Fwd: Up next at the Women's Museum

From: Women's Museum of California <info@womensmuseumca.org>
Date: October 15, 2018 at 10:16:38 AM PDT
Subject: Up next at the Women's Museum
Reply-To: info@womensmuseumca.org

 


 The Mission of the Women's Museum of California is to educate and inspire present and future generations on the accomplishments of women. Help us achieve that goal by "Giving the Gift of Herstory".
 In The Gallery
Women in Law
September 7th - October 28th, 2018 

This exhibit recognizes many lawyers, judges, judicial officials who have fought legal battles every day on behalf of citizens who seek their expertise. The history presented in this exhibit acknowledges the contributions and influence of women lawyers, reminds us that the practice of law is a profession that embodies an ideal, and encourages us to work towards justice.


Don't miss our public docent tour of the exhibit,  October 7th, 13th, 21st, 27th at 2:00 PM

Marching Towards Empowerment: Beyond Suffrage
November 02, 2018 - January 27, 2019

Marching Towards Empowerment celebrates the legacy of women who protested and stood up to their government and demanded change. As visitors walk through this new exhibit they will walk within the footsteps of the fearless women who marched for equality, voting rights, labor reform, peace, reproductive rights, and the end of sexual violence. On display will be items from the Women's Museums' collection including suffrage memorabilia, artifacts from ERA and NOW marches in the 1960s and 70s, and over 50 signs from the 2017 Women's March.


Don't miss our public docent tour of the exhibit,  November 4th, 10th, 18th, and 24th at 2:00 PM

Museum Events and Programs

Saturday, October 20th at 10:30 AM
Women of the Gaslamp... A Walking Tour

Meet downtown San Diego for "A Walking Tour of the Gaslamp Quarter District" with highlights of the women who lived in the district, women who helped improve the lives of people living in the district, and those women who helped to "clean up" the district. Questions: What role did Lydia Knapp Horton and Dr. Charlotte Baker play in the district? Josie Earp? Clara Shortridge Foltz? Joan Crawford? We also will give a special nod to many of the 93 historic buildings.
 
To RSVP please phone Anne at 858.245.1677 or email ahoiberg@aol.com
Tuesday, October 23rd at 6:00 PM
Women in Law Panel Discussion

Join the Women's Museum of California and UC Hastings College of the Law for a panel discussion on women in law.

 
Tickets
General: $20
Museum Members: $15



Thursday, October 25th at 5:30 PM
Pure Land and the Healing Power of Nature Book Talk

Join author Annette McGivney as she shares how a story assignment for Backpacker magazine changed her life and grew into the recent book Pure Land: A True Story of Three Lives, Three Cultures, and the Search for Heaven on Earth. McGivney will talk about her experiences and research around the connections between family violence and trauma -- and how a relationship to wild places can heal these wounds. October is national Domestic Violence Awareness Month and this presentation is intended to foster discussion about how violence against women not only impacts individuals and families but entire communities, as demonstrated in Pure Land.
 
Tickets: $5


Thursday, November 1st at 6:00 PM
VIP Opening Reception: Marching Towards Empowerment

See the new Women's Museum of California exhibit before anyone else! Marching Towards Empowerment celebrates the legacy of women who protested and stood up to their government and demanded change. As visitors walk through this new exhibit they will walk within the footsteps of the fearless women who marched for equality, voting rights, labor reform, peace, reproductive rights, and the end of sexual violence. On display will be items from the Women's Museums' collection including suffrage memorabilia, artifacts from ERA and NOW marches in the 1960s and 70s, and over 50 signs from the 2017 Women's March.

Tickets
General: $20
Museums Members: Free


Community Partner Programs
Tuesday, October 16th at 6:30 PM
WOSD Free Film Night

Free film screening every 3rd Tuesday each month 
Doors Open at 6:30 pm
Film Starts at 7 pm


Wednesday, October 17th at 6:00 PM
NOW Monthly Meeting
San Diego Now
Tuesday, October 23rd at 1:30 PM
Monthly OWL/WILPF Meeting

CARA's Empowered Elder Workshop Presented by Susan Meyer, Southern CA Organizer

Free.  Open to anyone interested.

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Saturday, October 27th at 4:30 PM
AAUW Meeting

Meet The Author: Doreen Mattingly
A Feminist In The White House: Midge Constanza, The Carter Years And America's Culture Wars




Saturday, November 3rd at 9:00 AM
Monthly NOW Meeting


Women's Museum of California
2730 Historic Decatur Rd, #103
San Diego, 92106
619 233-7963  info@womensmuseumca.org

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