Saturday, December 15, 2018

[SDCPJ] Annual Activist Holiday Party Mon. D-17, Racial Justice Coalition Party D-16. Caravan Drop-off info

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Thank you for 20 Years of Activism:  We need you!
Activist San Diego is celebrating its 20th year of social justice action and mobilization.  ASD was mobilizing 18 year before the Trump "election" so we called for a demonstration the day afterward, as we had done when GW Bush got "selected".  ASD was there with you to co-found the San Diego Coalition for Peace and Justice the day after 911; SDCPJ led the peace demonstrations.  ASD was involved in youth organizing, in immigrant rights actions, in media justice by establishingKNSJ as a voice for progressive news and views and in establishing anActivist Center as a networker & resources for other non-profits.  ASD has been involved in issues of police brutality since 1999 and helped initiate the
Racial Justice Coalition in 2017-18.   

OUR VISION & YOUR HELP! We are seeking to be an organization led by peoples of color, with strong women's leadership; an org which is multi-generational and gender diverse. We want to be builders of unity and left-progressive coalitions. In this season of giving please join as a memberand please give a sustaining contribution  Please take 2 minutes and Give NOW! so that ASD & KNSJ can be around for another 20 years plus.  

Activist Board of Directors elected by its members.

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Racial Justice Coalition's 
End of Year Party! All Welcome

Sunday, 1-3 pm


We invite and encourage you to come celebrate with us and then
join our 2019 racial justice campaigns

Please join the celebration with the  Racial Justice Coalition.  Party Sunday, Sun, 1-3 pm at 4246 Wightman @ Vandyke San Diego, CA 92105 

Everyone encouraged to attend the RJC monthly meeting and the numerous activities and events.
info 858-278-4547

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Mon, Dec. 17, 7-9!   Annual Activist Holiday Party Music, Performance, Drawings, potluck food, friends!

Everyone is welcome to bring their favorite dishes and beverages as we break bread together with guest speakers, live music , and home-made dishes potluck style. We look forward to seeing all our friends and allies in the movement. This event is free... but we encourage everyone to become a member at just $2-10 a month or make a minimum donation of 5-7$ at the door to help support social justice activism and your organization. 

BRING FOOD AND TOYS TO SUPPORT THE REFUGEE CARAVAN families stranded in Tijuana. ASD and the Mexican Solidarity Committee will get it down to the encampments. SOLIDARITY with immigrants fleeing repressive US-supported regimes. Save the people.

For info. https://www.facebook.com/events/355413788590303/
Joyce Beers Community Center,
3900 Vermont St. SD 92103, 1.5 Block N. of University Ave. on Vermont St.
(between Panera's and Aladdin's restaurants).  


Peace, racial and social justice to the forefront of the public dialogue are at the center of our activism. Gather to celebrate and prepare for the challenges in 2019 with like-minded friends to bring.  Please park in underground shopping center parking lot to avoid towing!
Prepare for a good time with  Great Company.  
Please bring a dish to share.  If you have a folding chair, please bring it.

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This weekend

2 Free Tickets for Community RadioKNSJ Staff and Volunteers!
https://securesite.sdrep.org/single/PSDetail.aspx?psn=12367

You give to sustain us and the community gives back! THANK YOU SD REP!
You give your time to KNSJ and its
mission of social justice news and information about people making change. You help keep 
independent media growing, SD's only progressive broadcast voice. 
You and a guest are invited to a performance of San Diego Repertory Theater's production Claim your 

A DOLL'S HOUSE, PART 2

 "A Smart, funny and utterly engrossing play" – New York Times
 
"FIVE STARS. It keeps you hanging on each turn of argument and twist of knife. It's dynamite."  – Time Out New York. Nominated for eight Tony Awards in 2017, this sharp-witted sequel to Ibsen's masterpiece begins with a knock at the door. 

  Promo code needed

Tickets can be picked up at will call starting at of the performance. Limit of two tickets per  RSVP. If you have issues reserving your seats, please call our box office at 619-544-1000. Tickets are limited and reserved in the order the reservations are received. For information about San Diego REP and A Doll's House, Part 2, visitwww.sdrep.org.
 

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Now more than ever, We need each other!
We need your support to make local change!

For 20 years Activist San Diego has been there with you organizing for Peace, Racial Justice, Youth, Immigrants Rights, LGBTQI Rights, Native issues, the environment and communities of color
For 5 years KNSJ 89.1 FM has been there with you keeping truth-telling alive, keeping a progressive view on the airwaves!


https://www.facebook.com/donate/563968644029699/

Each year on Giving Tuesday, people are looking for ways to give back and support the causes that mean most to them. Giving Tuesday has become a significant giving moment for causes to raise money and create impact.

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KNSJ is the only station bringing consistently progressive news, information & more local music

Your donation supports...

KNSJ 89.1 fm is just 4 1/2 years old, but we have broken new ground.  What you hear on KNSJ has never been heard on the San Diego airwaves. Without the deeper analysis and challenging perspectives, we can not expect a community to participate in shaping its destiny. KNSJ is young, yearning to become an agent of transformative information and communications.
Our syndicated programs not only tell national and international stories, we are striving to inspire local action and involvement. What other station has a local women's show, a masterfully-produced political humor show, a Vets show, several environmental shows, labor shows, a live Native American talk show, plus Democracy Now with Amy Goodman, Thom Hartman, Ralph Nader and local icon Mike Aguirre?
This year we have been adding a new locally-produced music show every month. We have just begun our quest for indispensable information in San Diego.  We need your help to blossom.  Please, Please, donate now. Your support can help transform San Diego.
Martin Eder - ActivistSD@gmail.com
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