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Dec 21 – Party Time! Potluck – Bring a Dish, Share Progressive Conversation

As we reach the end of another eventful year, we need time to reflect on what we achieved, to discuss plans for the new year and to enjoy each other’s company. We’re throwing a party at Susan Peinado’s home in Point Loma – it’s a Potluck and we ask everyone to bring a dish. The club […]

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San Diego Supports Refugees

On Thursday Dec 10, 2015 Human Rights Day, San Diegans turned out for a vigil to show their support for refugees. Organized by Ramla Sahid, Executive Director of the Partnership for the Advancement of New Americans (and club treasurer), the vigil included addresses from a variety of inter faith leaders, Councilmember David Alvarez, Pedro Rios, Director of […]

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Dec 9 – Reproductive FACT Act: Lawsuit Briefing and Happy Hour

Reproductive FACT Act: Lawsuit Briefing and Happy Hour December 9 | 6:00 PM Planned Parenthood of the Pacific Southwest 1075 Camino del Rio South | Mission Valley Just days after Gov. Brown signed the first statewide bill cracking down on the deceptive tactics of anti-choice crisis pregnancy centers (CPCs), a major right-wing group filed suit […]

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Dec 10 – Human Rights Day – Community Action for Refugees

December 10th is Human Rights Day! Join the Partnership for the Advancement of New Americans – PANA and 20 other organizations 5pm downtown at the Waterfront Park (by the County admin building) to demonstrate support for refugees! County Center/ Little Italy trolley stop (Green line) MTS buses 280 / 923 / 83 We will be gathering as a […]

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Nov 16 – Treatment of Woman in Politics in Traditional and Social Media

Online harassment and cyber-bullying has been in the news over the last few weeks after the organizers of the annual South by Southwest Interactive (SXSW) conference canceled two panels after receiving threats of physical violence. It was not until two high-profile, online media companies Buzzfeed and Vox, announced they would pull out of the conference over the […]

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Raise Up San Diego Endorsement Vote

At our October meeting we heard from Norma Rodriguez, (and some members of CPI) about the opportunity on next year’s June ballot for San Diegans to overturn Mayor Faulconer’s veto and increase the minimum wage. The measure was originally proposed by Council President Todd Gloria and supported by Council President Pro Tem Sherri Lighter and Councilmembers Marti Emerald […]