Oct 22 – Three Different Opportunities to Advocate for Police Accountability

Reposted from Showing Up for Racial Justice

 

Monday October 22nd is the National Day of Actions to Stop Police Brutality, and there are multiple events and actions planned. Please pick at least one to advocate for real oversight and real justice.

MORNING
Press Conference at the “Hall of Justice”, 330 W. Broadway, San Diego, CA 92101 at 9am called by Families and Survivors of police brutality, with Allies committed to Real Community Oversight of Police.

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.

NOON
Teach-in at San Diego City College, 1313 Park Boulevard 12-4
As part of the Racial Justice Coalition, we invite you to join us as we host a teach in honor of stolen lives as we fight to abolish police brutality in communities of color. We will have several speakers who will be educating us on how to get involved and updates on local cases such as Earl McNeil.
Facebook Event:
Schedule below.

EVENING
Rally and Candle Light March, City Heights/Weingart Library 5:30-9
United Against Police Terror: Facebook Event

IF YOU CAN VOLUNTEER, PLEASE CONTACT SHOWING UP FOR RACIAL JUSTICE!

Email: [email protected]

Stand with thousands across the country to express our collective outrage, creativity, and resistance in response to the crimes of this system.

4pm Set up and poster making
4:30pm, KYR’s and information distribution
5:30pm Opening Blessing from Tlayolohtli
Rally at City Heights Performance Annex, Speakers and Performance Artists
Candlelight March then have an OLB Action on the I-15 Overpass

Oct 24 – Fundraiser for Vivian Moreno, San Diego City Council District 8

Join us for a fundraiser for our endorsed candidate Vivian Moreno for San Diego City Council District 8 along with San Diego Democrats for Environmental Action, San Diego Democrats for Equality and San Diego Young Democrats.

When
October 24, 2018 at 6pm

Where
5th Ave Kitchen & Tap
3515 5th Ave, San Diego, CA 92103 (map)

RSVP to [email protected] or (619) 210-9499 www.vivianmorenosd.org

Paid for by Vivian Moreno for City Council 2018, FPPC ID 1395590

October 23 Program

Our speaker this month will be Kate Yavenditti of Women Occupy San Diego and the National Lawyers Guild.  She will be speaking about their proposed Charter Amendment that will change the current Community Review Board on Police Practices, which reviews investigations of police misconduct complaints that are done by SDPD, to an independent Commission on Police Practices, that does an independent investigation.

Women Occupy San Diego is an independent organization of San Diego County women dedicated to creating an equitable economic system and restoring government for and by the people rather than for corporations and the wealthy. Kate is a practicing attorney and activist.

We also will briefly be discussing ballot measures and we will hold our election for 2019 officers.kate1

Social begins at 6:30 pm, program at 7:00. Bring a snack to share and bring a friend!

Oct 28 – General Meeting – Ballot Party, Propositions & Measures, Bring Your Friends and Neighbors

Election time is upon us!

Vote by mail ballots started arriving this week. GO Team volunteers started walking their precincts last weekend. The voter registration deadline is October 22nd, and on Sunday October 28th we’ll be talking through the Propositions and Ballot Measures.

To help us understand the State Propositions and Local Ballot Measures we have guest speakers Anne Hoiberg and Cody Petterson, who will explain the pros and cons and field questions from members.

If you haven’t yet voted bring your ballots or voter guides with you and check off your decisions as we go along. Feel free to invite friends and neighbors who are looking for some partisan Democratic guidance.


The clubs endorsed candidates are:


Thanks to Damian Carroll @carrolldamian, National Director , here is an easy guide to the State Propositions as haikus.


You can also download the San Diego County Democratic Party Voter Guide (PDF) from here.


Anne Hoiberg

Anne Hoiberg is on the board of directors of the Women’s Museum of California, a writer, speaker and research psychologist, Anne has written and presented extensively on women’s health, women in the military, domestic violence, alcohol abuse, health promotion, workman’s compensation cost containment, stress related disease and role of military in society. Anne is a member of the Point Loma Democratic Club.

 

Cody Petterson

Cody Petterson is the President of the San Diego County Democrats for Environmental Action, and Director of the Sequoia Foundation, a non-profit social science research firm dedicated to impact assessment, climate mitigation, and community resilience. He is also a  delegate of the 78th Assembly District and member of the San Diego County Democratic Party Central Committee. His polemical and conservation writing can be found on Medium and Instagram, under the handle @theguessworker. You can hear Cody talk on our local political scene in this podcast from last year.


Reminder that we extended the deadline to our Banner Competition and we’ll vote on the designs at this meeting.


PointLomaAssemblyMap
October 28, 2018
4:00PM – 5:30PM

Point Loma Assembly,  3035 Talbot Street, San Diego, CA 92106

For additional info call (619) 800-5098
Directions and parking information


Social Time
Members are encouraged to get together from 3:30PM before the meeting starts, please bring whatever light drinks/snacks that you’d like to share.

After the meeting ends we suggest adjourning to the Point Break Cafe at 2743 Shelter Island Dr to continue our progressive conversation. Happy Hour is until 6:30pm.

Meeting: Thursday October 18, 2018

Thursday, October 18, 2018.
Jimmy’s Restaurant Santee

6-7 pm dinner and social hour (candidates may speak)
Kavanaugh proceedings – open Mike RANT

7 pm -830 pm meeting
50/50 Raffle , proceeds go to Candidates Fund -See SECRETARY Janice Bailey.
$5 for 6 tickets
Thank you  Ecdc member Harvey Winoker For donating his September winnings.

September Minutes approval.

CAN YOU SING?  We do every meeting!
Dump Trump led by our own  Christynne Lily Renee Woods

November Club Elections – 2019 Slate of Officers- Gloria Martes
Eugene Cook Treasurers report
2019 Ecdc Dues Now Due-only $20  (pay Eugene at our meeting)

Report on  Lakeside Stop El Monte sand mining– Linda Nickerson , Robert Germann

Please Bring your Voting Ballot book
We will go over propositions and candidates led by Carolyn Costlow and Dr Bonnie Price

Tips on Saving Money$$$  monthly
Our Speaker will be Val Gardner-  Senior Healthcare

Special Thank you to Sept speaker Hannah Gbeh

NOVEMBER 16 meeting, OUR ECDC ELECTION
CELEBRATE BLUE WAVE!  Candidates Victory Speeches

Vote NO on Associate Justice Carol Corrigan!

Clairemont Democrats,

On your November ballot, there will be retention elections for two Associate Justices of the California Supreme Court. One of those Associate Justices is Carol Corrigan.

She is a Schwarzenegger appointee from 2005. Back in 2008, the state of California successfully overturned a marriage ban for same-sex couples. Associate Justice Carol Corrigan was one of three judges who dissented. Then, Justice Corrigan ruled in favor of sustaining Prop 8 as the law of the land in the historic Strauss v. Horton case that deemed it unconstitutional. If she is retained, she will be able to serve another 12-year term on the California Supreme Court — that means she won’t be back in front of voters until 2030!

We are proud to stand with our friends at the San Diego Democrats for Equality in asking voters to vote NO on Carol Corrigan.

Please make sure that you are up-to-date with your voter registration. If you have moved since the last election, or need to change or update other information, you may do so online: registertovote.ca.gov

Also, before you vote — check out our Clairemont Democratic Club endorsement page for our recommendations for the upcoming General Election on November 6th: clairemontdems.org/endorsements