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Apr 25 – Cal State San Marcos Spring Women’s Hackathon

The Women’s Hackathon at CSUSM is designed to inspire young women to explore the unknown and open doors to opportunities in the tech sector. The 12-hour event is open to all female students, ages 16 and older, who will work collaboratively to design a website, game, or mobile app that addresses a selected real world […]

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Feb 27 – SDSU Feminist Research Justice Symposium

Are you interested in conducting applied feminist research in the San Diego area? The Bread and Roses Center for Feminist Research and Activism at SDSU invites all feminist faculty and students to register now for the Feminist Research Justice Symposium On the SDSU campus in Life Sciences South 248 9 am-3 pm Friday, February 27, 2015 Our […]

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Feb 16 – Monthly Meeting – Nicole Capretz, Leading the Charge for the Community Action Plan

Update: Download slides from the meeting here. A Woman On a Mission: Stop Climate Change Climate change is one of the greatest threats ever posed to human existence. What science makes overwhelmingly clear is that what we are doing is not enough to solve the problem, and we must find new solutions. We have a […]

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Jan 19 – Monthly Meeting – Steve Rivera’s Vision for the Party

We kick off the new year discussing our hopes for the coming year. Many of us are concerned that the Democratic Party has lost its way both nationally and here in San Diego County. We believe that good policies is good politics and that the Party needs to stand up for its core beliefs. Most people […]

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Who Runs San Diego? Co-opting an Icon in Hillcrest

By Linda Perine As you may have noticed, October has not been a happy month for the San Diego LGBT community. Earlier this month the Harvey Milk American Diner in Hillcrest closed abruptly, bouncing checks to workers and simply failing to pay others, including the Harvey Milk Foundation. At an October 8 press conference an LA […]

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Mayor Faulconer: Proclaim December “Corky Orca Retirement Month!

We are making steady progress — now just shy of hitting 1200 signatures, but I know there are LOTS more people out there who support retiring this longest- held orca in captivity to a sea sanctuary! So please keep Sharing and encouraging people to join you in signing it, so we have a LONG list […]