Mark Linsky is an adjunct professor of Political Science, teaching at both Mesa and City Colleges. He has been involved with local politics most of his life and has participated in numerous campaigns. He spent a stint in the office of the mayor as a staff analyst with the Mayor’s Crime Control Commission and is a former winner of a Weinberger Law History prize. He has also published several commentaries in the local press on a variety of political topics and is currently part of the ‘resistance’ to Donald Trump, marching, writing and speaking out for democracy and freedom.
Professor Linsky will be our guest speaker, Tuesday, April 24. Our program begins at 7:00 p.m., social 6:30 p.m.
131 children under the age of 11 have lost their lives in 2018 due to gun violence.
557 teens (11-18) have lost their lives in the first 3 months of 2018.
Ron Marcus from San Diegans 4 Gun Violence Prevention/ San Diego Brady Campaign will be our guest speaker. His organization includes a coalition of many San Diego County organizations and individual citizens, who are stepping up to change our laws and prevent gun violence once and for all, through advocacy and education. Ron’s presentation will be eye-opening as well as educational. Learn how you can help to advocate gun violence prevention.
Scripps Institute of Oceanography, San Diego, has stated that human extinction is possible by 2050. What can be done to save us? Come hear Derek and Nancy Casady, organizers for The San Diego Climate Mobilization Coalition, talk about the solution to climate change and global warming.
We need action more than ever because the current federal government’s policies of dismantling climate regulations that were put forth by previous administrations contradict what science tells us.
Nancy is the former general manager of Ocean Beach People’s Organic Food Co-op, a business owned by 14,000 consumers and Derek is a former editor of Psychology Today magazine and president of the La Jolla Democratic Club.
February 27 at Joyce Beers Community Center, 6:30 P.M. social, 7:00 P.M. program
Please join us Tuesday, January 23 to meet our two Democratic “law and order” candidates for the top San Diego County law enforcement positions.
Geneviéve Jones-Wright is running for San Diego County District Attorney. Genevieve believes every segment of the community must be involved in public safety and supports criminal justice reform.
Dave Myers has been with the San Diego Sheriff Department for 32 years. Dave would like the department to be more transparent with the community and believes a change in leadership is necessary in order to meet the community’s desires and goals.
Please bring your questions and concerns for the candidates.
We are open to the public.
Social 6:30 p.m., Meeting begins 7:00 p.m. Joyce Beers Community Center , 3900 Vermont
Please mark your calendars for our Holiday party and potluck , December 9 at 5:00 p.m. at Joyce Beers. Cost is $5.00 if bringing a side dish, or $10.00 without. The club will provide turkey and beverages.