Tell SANDAG Board of Directors to approve the 2021 Regional Plan on December 10

On December 10th, 2021 the SANDAG Board of Directors will vote to approve the 2021 Regional Plan. The San Diego Transportation Equity Working Group (SDTEWG) has been advocating for the 10 Transit Lifelines to be written into the 2021 Regional Plan. Now, we need SANDAG Board of Directors to approve the 2021 Region Plan asContinue reading “Tell SANDAG Board of Directors to approve the 2021 Regional Plan on December 10”

Activist Youth Summit: Mon, Nov 15, 6pm

Speaking out on organizing issues for the next generation MONDAY, NOV. 15 at 6-8 pmTopic:November’s Activist CommUNITY meeting will be a Youth Summit, speaking out on the organizing issues for the next generation.This virtual event on Zoom will focus on youth voices to inform each other and elder allies about the tasks ahead. 1) WHICHContinue reading “Activist Youth Summit: Mon, Nov 15, 6pm”

Real Word Speakers Panel ~ Wed. Oct. 20, 6pm

The Real Word is a panel comprised of courageous individuals who currently live or have lived in foster care, and who now speak both locally and nationally about life in the dependency system. At their presentations, Real Word panelists are open and forthright about their experiences. They share what it’s like to move from homeContinue reading “Real Word Speakers Panel ~ Wed. Oct. 20, 6pm”

Why Are US Police Being Trained in Israel?, Sunday, October 17, 4:00 pm

Join the Racial Justice Coalition, American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, and Palestine-Israel Justice Team of the First Unitarian Universalist Church of San Diego for an online panel discussion titled “Why are US police being trained in Israel?” to take place Sunday, October 17th, at 4 pm Pacific Time.  Registration for the event is available here.   Did you know thatContinue reading “Why Are US Police Being Trained in Israel?, Sunday, October 17, 4:00 pm”

Voices For Children CASA Volunteer Information Session: 10/16/2021, 10am-11.30am & 10/27/21, 6pm

Our foster youth strive to do their best in school but with the average youth moving 4 times within the span of three years, that can be difficult.  Voices for Children trains volunteer advocates, or CASAs, who collaborate with professionals to ensure each youth in foster care has access to the resources they need toContinue reading “Voices For Children CASA Volunteer Information Session: 10/16/2021, 10am-11.30am & 10/27/21, 6pm”