Local Activism

No Nuke Dump on the Beach Presentation in Encinitas

05/25/2017 6:30 pm
author: 
anonymous

Come to Encinitas on Thursday, May 25, at 6:30 pm to listen to Ray Lutz of Citizens' Oversight and to make your comments and ask questions on the topic of the nuclear waste dump currently being built. In this way, we can know what we must do to prevent 3.6 million pounds of highly radioactive nuclear waste from contaminating our property and our family, here San Diego, just a short drive from the nuclear waste dump on our public beach. What can you do to prevent Southern California Edison from placing highly radioactive nuclear waste on our beach? Come find out!

Event Location: 
Seaside Center for Spiritual Living 1613 Lake Dr, Encinitas, California 92024




Nuclear Energy creates Highly Radioactive Nuclear Waste here in San Diego




Copwatcher Speaks at San Diego City Council on Police Profiling – San Diego Videos

author: 
Uaptsd.org

Copwatcher Speaks at San Diego City Council on Police Profiling – San Diego Videos
http://sandiegoinformer.com/36605/copwatcher-speaks-at-san-diego-city-co...

February 27, City Council meets to received SDPD’s plan for addressing the biased policing documented in this report. Racial profiling is unjust, unjustified, and undermines community trust.


San Diego Stolen Lives of 2016

sdindymedia

PLEASE join United Against Police Terror - San Diego and The Movement Productions San Diego as we remember the following 23 San Diego Stolen Lives of 2016, reminding us for the new year, we must fight for EVERY life taken at the hands of every branch of Law Enforcement. This will be a vigil/visuals, candles and drawings encouraged. --Read More--

Saturday, December 31 500-800pm
City Heights/Weingart Library and Performance Annex
3795 Fairmount Ave
San Diego, California 92105

San Diego Stolen Lives List || Lives Brutalized by Law Enforcement List (Non-Fatal) || Known Killer Cops in San Diego || United Against Police Terror San Diego





Remembering the San Diego Stolen Lives of 2016

12/31/2016 5:00 pm
12/31/2016 8:00 pm
author: 
anonymous

PLEASE join United Against Police Terror - San Diego and The Movement Productions San Diego as we remember the following 23 #SDStolenLives of 2016, reminding us for the new year, we must fight for EVERY life taken at the hands of every branch of Law Enforcement.

*This will be a vigil/visuals, candles and drawings encouraged..
Our Stolen Lives List has reached 744 as of 12/14/2016
to see full; list, please click the following link https://goo.gl/jBpE1i

Joshua Adam Sisson ♂ San Diego Police 1/1/2016
Gilbert Gearhart ♂ San Diego Sheriff 1/7/2016

Event Location: 
City Heights/Weingart Library and Performance Annex 3795 Fairmount Ave, San Diego, California 92105

Fuck F***book: Here's Why You Shouldnt't Organize Using Social Media

sdindymedia volunteer

There are at least three reasons why organizing using social media is a bad idea:
(1) It robs us of the face-to-face relationship building that is necessary to develop the trust required to do anything that could challenge the state. f***book events are either toothless or a security risk.
(2) Governments and corporations have finely tuned their ability to use social media for surveillance. The recent revelations that social media platforms were giving Geofeedia, a firm used by pigs, preferential access and that only tw***er committed to not helping the government to build a Muslim registry are only two of numerous examples of how social media are our enemies.
(3) Relying and becoming dependent on corporate social media prevents us from working towards Autonomy. The decline of Indymedia, which corporate social media co-opted and fed off of, is one example of the losses our movements are suffering by organizing through social media.





Here's Why You Shouldn't Organize Using Social Media

author: 
anonymous reposted from ACLU

https://www.aclunc.org/blog/facebook-instagram-and-twitter-provided-data...
By: Matt Cagle follow @Matt_Cagle

The ACLU of California has obtained records showing that Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram provided user data access to Geofeedia, a developer of a social media monitoring product that we have seen marketed to law enforcement as a tool to monitor activists and protesters.


San Diego Day in Solidarity with African People

10/16/2016 4:30 pm
author: 
Uhuru Solidarity Movement

The San Diego Day in Solidarity with African People is a powerful event that addresses the role that white people can play in the struggles of the black community for self-determination and an end to the terrible conditions of police brutality, lack of economic development, disparate health and education an other issues caused by colonialism within the U.S. borders.
Regster for FREE at https://sddsap.eventbrite.com

Join us for this event, and also register for the March for Reparations taking place on Saturday, October 15 at 10 am. www.sdmarchforeparations.eventbrite.com

Event Location: 
Worldbeat Cultural Center 2100 Park Blvd San Diego 92101





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