Chula Vista

El fin de la "maldición" del rentismo petrolero

author: 
Guayú De Falkón

......con el cuento chino del fin de la “maldición” del rentismo petrolero, evaden y desvían su responsabilidad ética, moral, política, administrativa y legal en la profunda crisis económica que está sumido el país producto del despilfarro, malversación, saqueo, fraude y estafa de una gigantesca cordillera montañosa de dólares, los cuales utilizados e invertidos con responsabilidad y ética, habrían convertido a Venezuela en la nueva Suiza por todo el siglo XXI.

No y no ¡No nos dejemos engañar..! la renta petrolera no es ninguna maldición. Malditos son todos aquellos y aquellas que desde hace casi 100 años se la han robado a mansalva y la han exportado, acumulado y “sembrado” en paraísos fiscales, bancos e inversiones en EE.UU. y Europa.


Demystifying North Korea (DPRK)

05/07/2016 3:00 pm
author: 
Party for Socialism & Liberation

Demystifying North Korea (DPRK)
Guest speaker: Gloria La Riva

3 pm, Saturday, May 7, 2016
Southwestern College, Room 432
900 Otay Lakes Road, Chula Vista 91910

Come hear a firsthand and historical account of the situation in the Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea. Presentation to include images and video from the DPRK. La Riva, longtime socialist activist, traveled to the DPRK in October 2015, with the Korea Peace Tours delegation. La Riva is also a U.S. presidential candidate with the PSL.
For more info: sanding@pslweb.org

Event Location: 
Southwestern College, rm 432, 900 Otay Lakes Rd. Chula Vista

Es la hora de un pueblo con cojones y ovarios dispuesto a rescatar el saqueo de la renta petrolera

author: 
Guayü De Falkón

"El saqueo de la renta petrolera, punto de llegada de las élites depredadoras, es el punto de partida de una movilización nacional popular por el rescate del patrimonio nacional, la ética y la justicia. A construir las redes de denuncia, seguimiento, búsqueda y captura global de los responsables del saqueo a Venezuela y traerlos como reos al país desde cualquier lugar del mundo donde se escondan, refugien o los "asilen"."

El peo, como dice Gavazut


SD Peace and Dignity Journey's Rummage Sale

11/14/2015 7:00 am
author: 
anonymous

You’re invited to a day of treasure hunting in sunny Chula Vista. Proceeds will go to the quad-annual journey where runners traverse the North and South American continents. Since 1994, the Peace and Dignity Journeys works to unite Indigenous communities in prayer. Come support and enjoy time with a great community.

When: Saturday, November 14, 2015. From 7am-2pm

Where: MAAC Community Charter School 1385 Third Ave. Chula Vista, CA

Donations and questions contact: Tommy Ramirez @ chicanoballer22@yahoo.com

Event Location: 
MAAC Community Charter School 1385 Third Ave. Chula Vista, CA

Tlakatiliztli: A Grass Roots Film Documenting Indigenous Wombyn in L.A. Screened at the Birth Roots Center

Gabriela M. Reza (interviewed by SD Indymedia)

"I found it so inspiring that a group of wombyn without prior filmmaking experience could make such an empowering documentary..."

Over 35 folks gathered at the Birth Roots birthing center in Chula Vista on January 14th for a screening of the documentary film Tlakatiliztli and discussion with some of the filmmakers & filmmaking crew. Over nine aspiring midwives of color from LA & San Diego county were present as well. Two of the filmmakers who were able to bring the film to San Diego, Yasmin Pineda & Diana Lopez Angulo with her son Izkalli (who is almost two years of age), blessed the space with a welcoming song & sacred smudge in solidarity with the screening also being part of Enero Zapatista - the month-long series of event celebrating Zapatista resistance.

They shared what inspired them to create the film and inspired many of us to grow from their experience. Tlakatiliztli is a native word for birth, combining the words for people (tlaka) and life (iliztli). The Mothers of Anahuak, a Los Angeles collective of conscious indigenous mothers, produced the documentary over a period of six weeks, interviewing defferent wombyn about their birth experiences.

The film delivers the perspective of indigenous wombyn living in East LA who share a wide range of birth experiences, home births to hospital births, abortions, miscarriages, moon time & sexual realities of what they experienced in their upbringings as well as what some of them wish to create change for the future generations to come. For example, having more open communication with the young wombyn about sexuality and honoring their moon time instead of ignoring the deepest topics that mean so much to every wombyn's livelyhood. --Read More--

Mothers of Anahuak Web SIte || Trailer for Tlakatiliztli || Birth Roots Center Web Site || Event Announcement





Tlakatiliztli: A Grass Roots Film Documenting Indigenous Wombyn in L.A. Screened at the Birth Roots Center

author: 
Gabriela M. Reza (interviewed by SD Indymedia)

Film makers of Tlakatiliztli: Diana Lopez Angulo & Yasmin Pineda & Casondra Mojica

Reportback by: Gabriela M. Reza, a midwifery student, who attended the film screening, interviewed by San Diego Indymedia

"I found it so inspiring that a group of wombyn without prior filmmaking experience
could make such an empowering documentary..."


Enero Zapatista continues with Know Your Rights event at MAAC Community Charter School

sdindymedia

On Thursday, January 26, MAAC Community Charter School hosted a Know Your Rights event as part of Enero Zapatista. Students and families attended the forum that included a screening of the film Ten Rules for Dealing with Police and Ten Rules for Non-Citizens and a panel of three lawyers for a question and answer session. The lawyers were Adriane Bracciale, a criminal defense and civil rights attorney, Jamahl Kersey, an immigration and criminal defense attorney and Sherry Thompson, the deputy district attorney.

The movies dramatized the most effective ways to assert your rights during an encounter with the police or a border patrol agent. The discussion after the film was lively and the lawyers gave good advice on how to stay out of jail and how to document police abuse of power. --Read More--

Flex Your Rights Web Site || Event Announcement





Enero Zapatista continues with Know Your Rights event at MAAC Community Charter School

author: 
anonymous

On Thursday, January 26, MAAC Community Charter School hosted a Know Your Rights event as part of Enero Zapatista. Students and families attended the forum that included a screening of the film Ten Rules for Dealing with Police and Ten Rules for Non-Citizens and a panel of three lawyers for a question and answer session. The lawyers were Adriane Bracciale, a criminal defense and civil rights attorney (laywerforthepeople2011@gmail.com), Jamahl Kersey, an immigration and criminal defense attorney and Sherry Thompson, the deputy district attorney.






Ocupemos el Barrio/Occupy the 'Hood Junta de Planeo/Planning Meeting

01/02/2012 6:00 pm
author: 
anonymous

Ocupemos el Barrio - Occupy the 'Hood
Junta de Planeo - Planning Meeting

January 2, 2012 @6PM

Sherman Heights Community Center
2258 Island Avenue
San Diego, CA 92102-2921

Event Location: 
Sherman Heights Community Center 2258 Island Avenue





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