Dec 29 – Holiday Party 🎉 5-8pm

Join us to celebrate the victories of 2018 and plot those to come in 2019. Come with a dish or drink to share. Mid-winter celebration at the home of Becca, Esther and Brian. Children welcome. On bus route 928. When Saturday, December 29 at 5 PM - 8 PM Where 8902 Gramercy Dr, San Diego, … Continue reading Dec 29 – Holiday Party 🎉 5-8pm

Notes from May 21 Meeting – Learn How to be a Better Phone Banker, Social Media Pusher and GO Teamer

Democratic Woman’s Club of San Diego County May 21, 2018 Regular Monthly Meeting, Elijah’s Restaurant President Susan Peinado opened the meeting at 7:08pm. Guests and Candidates Doug Case - representing State Senator Toni Atkins Cathie Hyatt – representing Ammar Campa Najjar, candidate for CA Congressional Dist. 50 Dominic Nguyen – representing Dave Myers, candidate for … Continue reading Notes from May 21 Meeting – Learn How to be a Better Phone Banker, Social Media Pusher and GO Teamer

Notes from Jan 15 Meeting – Endorsements and Election of Officers

President Susan Peinado opened the meeting at 7pm. The agenda was approved with a unanimous voice vote. The membership approved: An additional $500 to Women of Color Roar breakfast to support young women of color running for office A donation of $500 to support the Women’s March An amendment to the Bylaws to add the … Continue reading Notes from Jan 15 Meeting – Endorsements and Election of Officers

Solidarity with the Vulnerable at Washington March

My mother has a story she sometimes tells about herself as a teenager in the early 1970s: She was hanging out with some friends in a parking lot when a group of boys came over to say hello. One of them, the captain of the high school wrestling team, looked at my mother’s sister, and, … Continue reading Solidarity with the Vulnerable at Washington March

Ignoring ‘Identity Politics’ Will Only Make Us Sicker

Donald Trump is wrong about more things than one could ever hope to quantify, but his decision to make economic inequality the nominal centerpiece of his campaign was a canny (if deeply ingenuous) political choice. In response to both his win and the ongoing calamity that is and will be his presidency, many have argued that American progressives should … Continue reading Ignoring ‘Identity Politics’ Will Only Make Us Sicker