Apr 24 – WOSD Movie Night Remote Control War

movie night

Women Occupy San Diego invites you to Movie Night at the Women’s Museum

2730 Historic Decatur Road, #104, Barracks 16, Liberty Station 92106

Doors open 6:30 pm; Movie at 7:00 pm
FREE
Remote Control War
Remote Control War movie was released Jun 07, 2011 by the PBS Video studio. Indian Springs, Nevada. Every evening a group of ordinary men and women say goodbye to their families, and go to war. They bomb, and they kill. Sometimes their vehicles crash, but the pilots always go home to their families. They are remote control warriors. The current campaigns in Iraq and Afghanistan comprise the world’s first robotic war. The U.S. fleet has grown to 7,000 robots in the air and 12,000 on the ground. Robots only have the ethics that they are programmed with, and human/robot wars raise many ethical questions. Does the ability to kill anyone, anywhere with a robot amount to lawlessness? Very soon all sides will have access to remote control weapons. Robotic war is here. From today’s CIA drone strikes to the next generation of armed autonomous robot swarms, killer robots are about to change our world.

National Anti-Drone Day in San Diego Makes Statement

National Anti-Drones Day in San Diego makes the statement, “No drones in our backyard!”

No Drones I-15 OverpassDemonstrators gathered at several San Diego locations to call attention to the manufacture of drones and their use around the world and over our communities here at home.

San Diego is the Drone Capitol of the world, manufacturing more drones than anywhere else on the planet.  Of the 35 billion dollars San Diego gets in defense contracts 12 % are related to the manufacture or support of the drone industry.

Over the last several days, demonstrators gathered in front of buildings of the corporate leaders of drone production and on freeway overpasses of the I-5 and I-15 to call attention to this new weapon of mass distruction, their indiscriminate killing of innocent civilians in war zones, and their threat to civil rights here at home.

Today is the last day to join in this effort to make the statemement:  ”No Killer Drones in Our Name!” and “No Drones in Our Backyard!”

Goto National Anti-Drone Days-San Diego for a schedure of events and update.

April 15 water park meeting set

The proposal to build a water park on nine acres of Kit Carson Park land has caused much controversy. Escondido’s Future, a non-partisan quality-of-life group, has called a community meeting to allow public discussion of the proposal. The meeting is scheduled at 5:45 p.m. Monday, April 15 in the Turrentine Room at the Escondido Public […]

April 13 meeting: immigration reform update

10:30 a.m. Saturday, April 13, 2013 at the Escondido Chamber of Commerce, 720 N. Broadway. MAP LINK Federal immigration reform is on the front burner again in Washington, with a proposal from the Obama administration and alternative proposals being developed in Congress. Hear the latest on what the proposals contain and what’s likely to come […]

Make a Real Difference on Gun Violence Reduction

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How can you help to make a real difference on gun violence reduction?

… by simply showing up at a gun safety event in your area to stand with us in solidarity of support for common sense gun laws.

Illustrating undeniable and overwhelming public support for common sense gun legislation is an effective way to pressure our Congressmen to vote in favor of reasonable gun restrictions in our country. We must demand it!

Here are some important events scheduled around town which will only be successful with a large turnout:

1) Gun Rally to Demand Action to End Gun Violence – “WE HAVE NOT FORGOTTEN”
April 13th Saturday at 4:30 pm – MLK Promenade Park near the downtown Convention Center
Organized by Mayors Against Illegal Guns
Click here to RSVP

2) Demonstration in Front of Darrell Issa’s Office
April 16th Tuesday at 4:30 pm – In Vista
Organized by Organizing for Action
Join hundreds outside his office to demonstrate our support for common sense gun legislation !
Click here to RSVP

3) Phone Bank to Request Constituents to Call their Congressmen
April 18th, Thursday at 4 pm – in Clairemont
Organized by Organizing for Action
Click here to RSVP

4) Gun Rally / March at the Mission Bay Park
April 30th, Tuesday at 5:30 pm – East Mission Bay Park / Clairemont Drive overpass
Organized by Organizing for Action
Click here to RSVP

We can plan these events but only you can make them successful by showing up. So please RSVP and please share!

DEMAND ACTION TO END GUN VIOLENCE
IF YOU CARE ABOUT PASSING GUN SAFETY LAWS IN THIS COUNTRY, PLEASE EXPRESS IT BY ATTENDING AN EVENT!

Thank you,
Rhoda Quate
Neighborhood Team Leader
Organizing for Action (OFA)
(619) 742-9555 (cell)

Welcome Roberto C. Torres!

Roberto Torres
Please welcome Roberto C. Torres who has joined the San Diego County Democratic Party as Volunteer Coordinator and Office Manager!

Roberto has experience with the SDCDP in other capacities, including as Director of Outreach on the Executive Board and as the South Regional Coordinator for the Grassroots Organizing (GO) Team. He also managed the Party’s field office in Chula Vista in 2012. Roberto has a wide range of experience, from campaigns to community organizing. He holds a degree in government and communication studies from Sacramento State and worked at the State Capitol before moving to San Diego.

In his new role, Roberto will be responsible for volunteer support, day-to-day operations, special events, communications, and other duties. He can be reached at [email protected].