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Dante Cano's Anti Repression League

Dante needs our love and support. Dante's unflinching determination to bare witness and lend aide to those facing injustices has led him to arrest and incarceration. His crime: wearing a mask, and failing to leave a campus as a non student: punishment 60 Days detention at the Alameda County Jail! Let's write, send care packages, plan road trips and pay visits to our young brother. Let him know that he is loved. Contact Information is as follows:
Dante Cano PFN:BIX230
Santa Rita Jail
5325 Broder Blvd.
Dublin, CA 94568
(925) 551-6500
Police Report Number
2313743 12-00932 UCB
Date Time Booking Type
05/22/2012 09:28 PM ONVIEW
Holding Facility Housing Unit
Docket Bail Type Bail Amount Next Hearing(s)

South SD 4 Social Sustainability General Meeting

The Principles of a True Resource Based Economy second meeting of newly reorganized People 4 Social Sustainability (P.S.S.) in southern San Diego. Come get an introduction to the ideas of a Resource Based Economy and PSS. Get involved in our various projects which we will be covering at this meeting:

Our Community Organic Garden
Rummage Sale Fundraiser
Community Outreach projects
Distribution of our official alternative media magazine "Resource Based Economy Journal"
and many more projects related to sustainability and the creation and implementation of a Resource Based Economy.

Meeting hosted by The South San Diego Branch of
People 4 Social Sustainability (P.S.S.)

FORO COMUNITARIO: Basta a las Detenciones & Deportaciones Injustas | COMMUNITY FORUM: Ending Unjust Detentions & Deportations

Lunes 25 de Junio
Aprenda sobre:
• Communidades (In)Seguras
• El Acta de la Confianza (Trust Act: AB 1081)

• Esfuerzos por mantener las familias unidas ¡Tome acción para que se termine S-Comm en el Condado de San Diego!
Se proveerá refrescos y cuidado de niños.
Coordinado por:
ACLU-San Diego, American Friends Service Committee, California Immigrant Policy Center, Comite de Derechos Humanos de Escondido, Interfaith Community Services, National Day Laborer Organizing Network, San Diego Day Laborers and Household Workers Association, UURISE ________________________​____________

*English translation will be provided.
Learn about: • Secure Communities
• The TRUST Act (AB 1081)
• Efforts to keep families together

Take action to curb SComm in San Diego County!

Refreshments and child care provided.

Coordinated by:
ACLU-San Diego, American Friends Service Committee, California Immigrant Policy Center, Escondido
Human Rights Committee, Interfaith Community Services, National Day Laborer
Organizing Network, San Diego Day Laborers and Household Workers Association, UURISE

NRC Meeting on San Onofre Nuclear Plant Safety

The crippled San Onofre nuclear power plant has posed an unnecessary risk to our environment and our communities. It has also left Southern California Edison ratepayers footing a 670.8 million dollar bill for critically-flawed steam generator equipment. Lax oversight on the part of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) allowed this to happen. On June 18th, we have our first opportunity to hold the NRC accountable. Your voice is needed! Please attend this meeting.

On January 31st, a steam generator tube ruptured in San Onofre reactor Unit 3, releasing radioactive steam into the environment. Further inspection revealed unprecedented, accelerated wear in the recently replaced steam generators of both reactor Units 2 and 3. According to reports by nuclear expert, Arnie Gundersen, these replacement steam generators contain significant design changes. These changes should have required a full license amendment process, with a public hearing. Instead, NRC Region IV accepted Southern California Edison’s word and allowed these replacement steam generators to be licensed under a perfunctory, rubberstamp process.

The NRC responded to these significant steam generator problems by deploying an Augmented Inspection Team (AIT). However, this team is under the oversight of Region IV, the same NRC office that rubberstamped the critically-flawed replacement steam generators initially.

On Monday, June 18th, the NRC will hold a preliminary public hearing on the AIT findings. However, the NRC has released no prior documentation to enable the public to make fully-informed inquiries into this process. This meeting is a gesture in the direction of transparency. However, there has been no real commitment to public engagement and the dissemination of information.

We must hold them accountable. Please come to the hearing, bring friends, and make your voices heard! Our communities deserve safety and transparency!

San Juan Capistrano Community Center
Community Hall
25925 Camino Del Avion
San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675

Hearing starts at 6 p.m.; please try to arrive at 5 p.m. for rally and to sign up to speak.
For further information, please contact the Peace Resource Center of San Diego,
For copy of official NRC Meeting notice and NRC Contact information go to

10,000 March Against WalMart

by Warehouse Workers United - Los Angeles State Historic Park from 10 AM - 2 PM:

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L.A.'s future will not be bought off by Wal-Mart! Los Angeles residents and working people, Wal-Mart store and warehouse workers, Chinatown residents, small business owners, community and faith leaders, and students to come together in what we intend to be the largest anti-Wal-Mart demonstration ever held in the U.S.

By uniting all together, we can stop Wal-Mart from expanding across Los Angeles, starting in Chinatown, with its low wage jobs and cycle of poverty it creates, feeds and profits off of.

L.A. will not be bought off by Wal-mart!

UPDATED There will be a bus leaving on the 30th at 7 AM from the San Diego Labor Council at 3737 Camino del Rio South in Mission Valley, to return around 6 PM. RSVP by June 27th to Sandy Naranjo at or 619-228-8108, x6. ($20 RT)

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Defend Cuba

Defend Cuba, with special guest: Andres Gomez at Canvass For A Cause. The Party for Socialism and Liberation is honored to host respected elder Andres Gomez, founder of the Antonio Maceo Brigade in defense of Cuba. Andres will be speaking about the work that he and others have done in defense of Cuba in the heart of anti-revolutionary Miami. Facing violence and threats from Anti-Castro zealots in Florida. Andres will also be accompanied by Gloria La Riva, who heads the National Committee to Free the Cuban 5. She will be giving the latest updates on these five Cuban heroes. $3-$5 donation no one turned away for lack of funds. For questions or more info please contact us at FB Event

Resource Based Economy ED: Direct Democracy Vs Cybernated Governance (Global Conference)

Event info including conference log in info for internet and conference call in number:

Direct Consensus Based Democracy - Is a type of social organization where assemblies at the community and, city, and regional level meet and decide on civic matters. All legislation, laws, and political power is held in common by all citizens. Like the structure of the Occupy Wallstreet Movement.

Cybernated Governance - Centrally planned economy and civic affairs by computer systems, and Artificial Intelligence. A new property system that is neither Common, Private, or State but rather a Virtual Property System. Virtual governance, virtual economy, and so on.

Join us as we discuss, compare, and contrast the distinct differences between these two types of governance. Which model is better? Which will grant more individual liberty? What will be a greater step forward for humanity?

This meeting is hosted by People 4 Social Sustainability (P.S.S.) What follows is both Log in and Call in details you can take part in this conference if you have computer with a microphone and you can also call in as well.

MEET & CONFER PARTICIPANT INVITATION MEETING DETAILS: Status: Active Title: Resource Based Economy Educational Discussion College/Group/Org: San Diego City College

SubTitle: Closed Caption: No

Test Your Computer Readiness before conference​support/​supportReadiness.aspx

PARTICIPANT DETAILS '> Dial your telephone conference line: (888) 886-3951
> Enter your passcode: 100489 > Go to > Click the Participant Log In button under the Meet & Confer logo > Locate your meeting and click Go > Fill out the form and enter the passcode: 100489

PARTICIPANT CONFERENCE FEATURES *0 - Contact the operator for audio assistance *6 - Mute/unmute your individual line

FOR ASSISTANCE CCC Confer Client Services - Monday - Friday between 8:00 am - 4:00 pm Phone: 760-744-1150 ext 1537 or 1554 Email: clientservices@cccconfer.o​rg

Press conference, rally and protest to welcome TPP

The Trans Pacific Trade Agreement is a massive trade agreement that will offshore American jobs, attack environmental protections and consumer safety policies, and deregulate Wall Street banks, hedge funds, and insurance companies. Representatives from corporations and other countries will be negotiating the TPP in San Diego.

Join Labor and Community groups for a kick-off press conference and protest rally Monday, July 2nd in the park adjacent to the Hilton Bayfront Hotel.

In the last decade, more than 50,000 manufacturing facilities have closed, 6 million manufacturing jobs have been lost and the U.S. trade deficit has grown. And we've seen outsourcing spread to other sectors, like call centers and financial services.

If we want to rebuild our economy, we need to stop sending good American jobs offshore.


City of SD Planning Commission Meeting – Thurs, Jun 28 – 9 am

KEY MEETING! City Admin Bldg, 202 C Street, 12th flr (downtown SD). Topic: Initiation of a Community Plan amendment to allow the rezoning from open space to industrial to lay the legal framework to approve situating this power plant here [near Mission Trails Regional Park]. Plan time off – Attend to defend! If we succeed in getting the initiation to rezone denied or withdrawn, the CEC may choose to deny the project overall. Parking is $17 at ACE parking lots, come early, take the trolley, or carpool.

San Diego Remembers Mollie Judith Olgin & Mary Christine Chapa

At the John Wear Hate Crimes Memorial Plaque near 10th and University Avenue in Hillcrest.

Mollie Judith Olgin & Mary Christine Chapa were shot in the head in Portland, TX one of the girls was killed and the other is in critical condition. It is believed the teen aged girls were targeted because they were lesbians. We are gathering to honor the memory of Mar...y Christine and send positive energy to Mollie Judith, please join San Diego Remembers at the John Wear Hate Crimes Plaque in front of the Obelisk on July 3 at 8pm. We may have a few candles left over from last year's event and you are encouraged to bring your own. for more information see

Geopolitics & Empire AND Indigenous Peoples Rights

Join The Coalition to STOP TPP on the first International Peoples Conference: A Better World is Possible.

At Centro Cultural De La Raza
Panelists Include:

  • Arnie Saiki – Coordinator of Moana Nui. Director of Imipono Projects. * Dave Gapp – Lieutenant Colonel Rtd. U.S. Air Force. Member of Veterans for Peace
  • Enrique Davalos – Enrique Davalos is a Professor of Chicano Studies at San Diego City College. Enrique is Active in the San Diego Maquiladora Workers’ Solidarity Network, and Colectivo Ollin Calli, an organization in Tijuana providing support and advice to Maquiladora workers.
  • Herb Shore – Retired professor from San Diego state University. Herb Shore grew up in a labor union family in New York City (ILGWU), active in social justice causes from about 1960. Current major activities: San Diego Maquiladora Workers’ Solidarity Network and Democratic Socialists of America. He will speak on: the Tijuana-San Diego Region, globalization, NAFTA and cross-border solidarity.
  • Kuusela Hilo – ILPS-US Chapter Country Co-Coordinator and member of the International Coordinating Committee of the ILPS. Hilo has been involved in the fight for social justice for more than a decade. She has been fighting against imperialism and war since her undergraduate years at Stanford University.
  • Victor Menotti – Executive Director of International Forum on Globalization
  • Gustavo Esteva – Leading critic of the development paradigm, author of a dozen books, a founder of the Universidad de la Tierra in Oaxaca, Mexico. He is also a former corporate executive, a former guerrilla, a former high-ranking official in the government of President Echeverría, and an adviser with the Zapatista Army for National Liberation (EZLN) in Chiapas for the negotiations with the government. * Jane Dumas – Kumeyaay elder.
  • Mahina Rapu – An elder from Rapanui (Easter Island), health practitioner and independent activist
  • Manlio Cesar Correa – MA on Latin American Studies, Ph D candidate on Global Development, is a binational business consultant and adviser to many migrant grassroots and community organizations. Director of Binational Relations and Social Enterprise, Fuerza Mundial Board of Directors.
  • Paul O’Toko – Executive Director, Indigenous Stewards International
  • Stan Rodriguez (Invited) – Professor, Kumeyaay Community College
  • Steven Newcomb – Steven Newcomb (Shawnee/Lenape) is the author of “Pagans in the Promised Land: Decoding the Doctrine of Christian Discovery” (Fulcrum, 2008), and co-founder and co-director of the Indigenous Law Institute. He has researched the foundations of U.S. federal Indian law and international law since 1981, and has worked in advocacy on behalf of and in solidarity with the traditional governments of Indigenous nations and peoples. Mr. Newcomb is currently the Indigenous and Kumeyaay Research Coordinator for the Sycuan Band of the Kumeyaay Nation.
  • Theresa Jaranilla – Theresa Jaranilla is the Southwest Coordinator for BAYAN-USA, an alliance of progressive Filipino groups in the U.S. She is also the Education Officer for Anakbayan Los Angeles, a Filipino youth and student organization that aims to educate, organize, and mobilize Filipino youth to address important issues in the U.S. and the Philippines.

Local Economies & Sustainability AND Biodiversity & Climate Change

at the World Beat Center

Panelists Include:

  • Andrea Carter – Attorney from San Diego and member of the Ant Hill Collective an egalitarian housing community.
  • Esteban del Río – Associate Professor in the Department of Communication Studies at the University of San Diego.
  • Jane Kelsey – Professor of law at the University of Auckland, in New Zealand, and a prominent critic of globalization. She is a key member of the Action Resource Education Network of Aotearoa (Arena). She is also actively involved in campaigning for the New Zealand Government’s full recognition of the Treaty of Waitangi.
  • Jeeni Criscenzo – Executive Director of Amikas. She will speak on Common Credits.
  • Dr. Murtaza Baxamusa – Director of Planning and Development for the Family Housing Corporation of the San Diego County Building and Construction Trades Council, as well an Adjunct Faculty with the Sol Price School of Public Policy at the University of Southern California.

  • Ben Burkett –President of the National Family Farm Coalition (NFFC) in the U.S., and a cooperative-marketing-specialist member of the Federation of Southern Cooperatives Land Assistance Fund. Former Indian Springs, current director of the Mississippi Association of Cooperatives, the local arm of The Federation of Southern Cooperatives. Ben represents NFFC on the Via Campesina Food Sovereignty C omission and is a board member of the Community Food Security Coalition (CFSC).
  • Holly Hellerstedt – Field Director, Canvass for a Cause, Board member Calirifrnia Student Sustainability Coalition
  • Ilana Solomon – National trade representative for the Sierra Club.
  • Lori Wallach – Lori Wallach is Director of Public Citizen’s Global Trade Watch division.

Si Se Puede! Visions & Images Exhibit

Presented by the San Diego Cesar E Chavez Commemoration Committee in Collaboration with the United Farm Workers and El Centro Cultural de la Raza

$5 suggested donation

Various photos and artifacts will be displayed to show the movement lead by Cesar Chavez and other leaders who continue the struggle today. Some items may be available for purchase. We will also show an exclusive screening of "Songs for Cesar," a new documentary the UFW premiered at their 50th Anniversary Convention in May.

For more information, please contact Sandy Naranjo, Director of Labor Relations and Gallery Coordinator at or call 619-228-8101 ext 6

PSS South San Diego General Branch Meeting

A Quick meeting this time before our Resource Based Yoga Class at 6pm

Global sustainability and the creation of world that is beyond materialism begin with each and everyone of us. Come get an introduction to the ideas of a Resource Based Economy and what you can do to create global sustainability. Join a growing global movement and be a part of the change you want to see in the world.

Immediately after this meeting will be Resource Based Yoga

Meeting hosted by The South San Diego Branch of People 4 Social Sustainability (P.S.S.) people4socialsustainabilit​ 619-500-4761

For meeting announcements from the North San Diego Branch of People 4 Social Sustainability (P.S.S.)​profile.php?id=100003773325​906&ref=ts

Peace Resource Center LGBT Pride Week events

As the SD Alliance for Marriage Equality (SAME) says: It's PRIDE month, and San Diego queers (and everyone) need a reminder... "Join the Struggle, Not the wars!"

Join the Peace Resource Center (PRC) for excellent Pride Week collaborative events.

Come out to support the continuing struggles for equality, respect, and diversity! Details are also listed on our calendar at

Events at a Glance Tuesday 7/17, 6:30pm: Outrage 69 film screening @ PRC Friday 7/20, 8am: Breakfast Forum @ UFCW Hall Saturday 7/21, 10am: Pride Parade -- PRC & SDCPJ will march with SAME Saturday 7/21, 3pm: Rebel Queer Peace Pride Social @ CFAC


TUES. July 17th, 6:30 - 9pm

"OUT RAGE '69" Film Screening & Discussion @ Peace Resource Center (Bldg 100) 3850 Westgate Pl, San Diego 92105 Co-hosted by PRC, SAME, and CFAC (Canvass For A Cause) FREE and Open to the public! Invite your friends! Share the "That's So Gay Live" video promo as well! 6:30 pm -- Doors open, light refreshments 7:00 pm -- Film starts promptly, Discussion after

About the film: OUT RAGE '69, the first in the four-part series The Question of Equality, examines the social and historical environment that gave rise to the current movement for gay and lesbian civil rights in America as told by those who were there. From Stonewall to Anita Bryant, to Oregon Measure 9 and "don't ask, don't tell," the Gay Liberation movement has fought for equal rights in a climate of hatred, violence, intolerance, and discrimination. The pursuit of individual liberty -- the freedom to think and act freely -- comes with the individual responsibility to not harm the freedom of others.

FRI. July 20th, 8 - 9:30am

"A Better San Diego" Breakfast Forum LGBT Equality - Lessons in Community Organizing @ UFCW Local 135 2001 Camino Del Rio South, 92108

Heading into Pride Weekend, we'll gather for food and discussion of recent victories in the fight for LGBT equality. From President Obama's evolution to Harvey Milk Street, what lessons can we apply to activism across the board to be more effective advocates for a stronger community?

Speakers include State Senator Christine Kehoe, The LGBT Center and CFAC

Breakfast is provided for a suggested donation of $5 Please RSVP to

SAT. July 21st, morning thru evening! (parade & party info courtesy of SAME)

10 AM (gather before parade) -- "Join the Struggle, Not the wars!" That's what we will be reminding San Diego PRIDE parade goers. SAME is teaming up with CFAC, SD Green Party, Unite Here Local 30, Peace Resource Center** and others to make this happen. Join a planning meeting in lieu of our 2nd Tuesday regular meeting at CFAC HQ to complete the fliers, posters and float decoration. We will have an open contingent again this year, all like minded folks and organizations are welcome to march with us. ** PRC & SDCPJ members/friends -- please contact us at or 619-263-9301 for more details about how to join us marching in the parade. Also, you'll want to get one of the excellent handmade "Pride in our Struggle" shirts (see attached picture). Let's have a really big peace pride contingency!!

3 PM (after the Parade) -- Rebel Queer Peace Pride Social Depressed about this year's PRIDE theme? Or about the cost of the Pride Festival? Well, join us at a free (to donate), trans-friendly, fun, gathering of activists and left-thinkers at the "Rebel Queer Peace" party we are throwing near the parade route at the CFAC HQ on 10th Ave. Email if you'd like to help plan this amazing experience. More details to come next week, otherwise see you there!

Rally Against Federal Attacks on the Medical Cannabis Community

Why this rally is happening:

After closing down over 200 dispensaries throughout San Diego County, U.S. Attorney Laura Duffy has set her sights on Mother Earth's Alternative Healing Cooperative the only Sheriff Permitted medical marijuana dispensary in the 4 most southern county's in California. The Coop received an eviction notion to cease operation on Wed, July 25 due to the pressure from U.S. Attorney Laura Duffy’s office on there landlord.

Recently Attorney General Eric Holder and his U.S. Attorneys have indicated they are not targeting medical marijuana establishments in compliance with state law. However, this and other federal actions indicate otherwise.

Just weeks after Attorney General Holder testified before Congress in June that his Justice Department would only undertake enforcement action against medical marijuana organizations operating "out of conformity with state law," US Attorney Laura Duffy is trying to shut down Mother Earth's Coop, the only fully permitted medical cannabis dispensary in San Diego County.

Although the coop intends to serve patients and seek an emergency stay thru legal means, on Wednesday July, 25th at the Federal Courthouse in San Diego, the community will be rallying against these attacks and demanding that the Obama Administration uphold their promises to respect state law.

For more information contact

CAPB Justice for Victor Ortega Rally & March

On June 4, 2012 , 31 year old, Victor Ortega was wrongfully killed by a San Diego police officer. Victor was unarmed and according to witnesses in compliance with the officers demands. Stated by the Lieutenant the officer already had Victor down on the ground on his stomach and had cuffed one hand prior to him being shot and killed, Victor Ortega was a loving father, husband, son, grandson, brother, nephew, cousin, and friend to many people.

We Demand Justice for Victor Ortega!

The San Diego Committee Against Police Brutality does not tolerate the murder of unarmed citizens by police. We all on all to come out and support the Family and let the Police know that we hold them accountable for their deadly actions against members of the community.

We will Rally at Mira Mesa Police Department then light candles and March to the Murder Scene where we will have a Candlelight Vigil.

“Knocking on the Devil’s Door: Our Deadly Nuclear Legacy”

The nuclear reactor catastrophes at Chernobyl, Three Mile Island, and now at Fukushima, Japan, remind us that a heinous specter continues to hover over the health and security of millions of people around the world... This film, by award-winning director Gary Null, deconstructs the corporate and political rhetoric feeding the media misinformation campaigns to seduce us into believing that low level radiation emitted from nuclear plants is perfectly safe and that our future depends on nuclear energy. The film makes the connections between nuclear weapons and nuclear power, issues that concern us all.

"The Risks of Restarting the Damaged San Onofre Nuclear Plant"

This is a presentation by Daniel Hirsch, a Lecturer on Nuclear Policy and former Director of the Stevenson Program on Nuclear Police at UC Santa Cruz and President of the Committee to Bridge the Gap, a 42-year-old organization concerned about nuclear safety, proliferation, and waste.

The Yes Men:

The Yes Men are the duo of Mike Bonanno and Andy Bichlbaum have been creating interventions in the media and our daily lives for over a decade. Some of their most memorable works include the printing of 80,000 fake copies of the New York Times in 2008 that declared the end of the Iraq War, and the impersonation of a Dow Chemical Company spokesman on the BBC in 2004. Their activities have been chronicled in two films: The Yes Men (2003) and The Yes Men Fix the World (2009). During the first part of this week, The Yes Men have been in residence at Agitprop in North Park, conducting a workshop for local activist organizations on how to brainstorm creative, media-getting actions that broadcast their message.

Anaheim PD Is Corrupt Rally - We Will Not Be Silent

Every Sunday we gather at the Anaheim police Department 12 noon -2pm , to bring awareness to the community in Anaheim and the surrounding cities of Orange County. Anaheim Police Department has gotten away with their lies, brutality, excessive force, racial profiling, misconduct and MURDER for far too long. Their corruption and blatant disregard for our HUMAN/​civil rights will NO LONGER BE TOLERATED!! join us .. stand up and let them here your voice... we want JUSTICE_CHANGE_ACCOUNTABILITY_AND​ TRANSPARENCY. recently the city manager of Anaheim has vocalized his intent to authorize a investigation into the excessive officer involved shootings.. This is a step in the right direction! We will remind the city manager every city council meeting about his solution..expecting the entire process be made fully public ! a press release and media coverage would be good! The (PEOPLE) deserve to know what's been going on their city! The tourists deserve to know that Anaheim isn't as safe as they assume when they bring their entire families on vacation at the (happiest place on earth) Disneyland.
Topic revision: r24 - 02 Aug 2012, ChrisWest
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