— Noam Chomsky (via noam-chomsky)
Starting in the early 1960s, a small group of women took matters into their own hands to create laws and force a change in society as the Women’s Liberation Movement burst onto the American landscape–and the push for equality and women’s rights began!
Come meet some of the women who did the hard work 50 years ago in San Diego and California. Bring your war stories! Wear your mini-skirt!
For a Reception To Support
San Diego City Council District 6 Candidate Carol Kim
Thursday, July 24, 2014
5:30 – 7:30 pm
At the home of Hon. Marti Emerald
5334 Saxon St, San Diego, CA 92115
Suggested Contribution: $150
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The Democrats for Equality Club has proposed a resolution to make sure that there are two candidates in General Elections and that elections are not ‘decided’ in the Primary, as happened with the District 2 City Council race this year.
Ryan Trabuco will attend our July 27 Meeting to ask for our club’s endorsement. All members of the club are eligible to vote. Please review the resolution before…
District Two Councilmember (and club member) Ed Harris invites you to the
60th Annual City of San Diego Lifeguard Relay
Mission Beach Lifeguard Tower 3141 Ocean Front Walk, San Diego, CA 92109
July 29, 2014 6:00 PM
The San Diego Lifeguard Relay pits the four beach districts of the City of San Diego Lifeguard Service against one another in a 12‐leg race which highlights the skills necessary to perform ocean rescues, such as running, swimming, and paddling.
This year’s relays will provide each district an opportunity to raise money for exceptional, local nonprofits:
Photos courtesy of the San Diego Community Newspaper Group
Hawaiian attire encouraged
Reception immediately following at the WaveHouse
It is critical that we elect Carol Kim to the City Council in order to keep that all-important Mayoral veto-proof majority.
We saw with the minimum wage vote on Monday 14 how the Republican City Council members do not act in the best interests of the citizens of our city. With Faulconer as Mayor we know that if we lose our 6-3…
We will all be meeting at the Parade Staging Area, Zone G, Contingent 20 at 10am; please arrive no later than 10:30am. The entrance to the staging area is at the corner of Park Blvd and Lincoln Ave. Please wear your Carol Kim T-shirt if you have one.
The deadline for the first round of comments to the FCC on the subject of Net Neutrality is Tuesday, July 15.
According to John Oliver, the only two words that promise more boredom in the English language are “featuring Sting.” He went on to explain that Net Neutrality is “actually hugely important.“
This short video explains why.…