For full details see CO-OPS & COLLECTIVES REUNION, 10/19/19
This September, millions of us will walk out of our workplaces and homes to join young climate strikers on the streets and demand an end to the age of fossil fuels.
Our house is on fire — let’s act like it. We demand climate justice for everyone.
Register your climate strike and support demonstration here!
This is an action of #FridaysForFuture and #ClimateStrike
“ABOUT THE MOVEMENT
“Strikers are calling on people from all around the world to join a week of escalated climate action. This begins on the 20th of September with a youth-led climate strike, which will culminate in the first ever global general strike on the 27th. We’re calling on everyone to join this movement and stand with the youth who have been sacrificing their education to unleash an unprecedented demonstration of unified resistance around the world.
“This is just the beginning: Plans are already in place for further action to continue pressuring governments and corporations. The next wave of internationally coordinated actions begins in October with the first materialisation of what will continue into 2020 as a convergence of many organizations united as a “movement of movements”, marking a turning point in human history.”
Extinction Rebellion Take Action Apr 15-22
California Youth Climate Strike: San Diego
Hosted by California Climate Strike and US Youth Climate Strike
Chula Vista City Hall
Chula Vista, California
Join San Diego youth as we strike for the Green New Deal and other necessary actions to solve the climate crisis. If you are unable to join us, consider organizing a strike, walkout, or other action on your campus! Learn more about our movement at youthclimatestrikeus.org
We, the youth of America, are striking because decades of inaction has left us with just 11 years (or less) to solve the climate crisis. We are striking because the necessary action to achieve the common-sense and vital goal of fighting climate change is not being prioritized. We are striking because marginalized communities across our nation —especially indigenous, black, and low income communities— are already disproportionately impacted by climate change, yet, few people in positions of power have acknowledged this reality, and even fewer have begun to confront it appropriately.
We are at a turning point in history. Our futures are at stake. We call for radical legislative action to combat climate change and its countless detrimental effects on the American people. We are striking for the Green New Deal, a fair and just transition to decarbonize the US economy, and other legislative action that combats the effects of climate change. We stand in solidarity with Greta Thunberg and all youth strikers worldwide as we demand action on this issue.
We are running out of time, and we won’t be silent any longer. We, the youth of America, are striking because our present and future on this planet are at stake.
And we are determined to do something about it.
Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/2157385837651844/
San Diego Federal Courthouse
333 W Broadway, San Diego, California 92101
County Administration Center
1600 Pacific Hwy, San Diego, California 92101
NO WAR FOR OIL!
Full calendar of events for January 2019 at https://enerozapatista.wordpress.com/
Sun 9 AM · Larsen Field · San Ysidro, California
November 25, 2018
Call for International Solidarity Action
An evening with George Mann
2436 Market St
San Diego, California 92102
Worker cooperators, unions, developers, allies, funders, investors, and visionaries — join us this September 14-16 in Los Angeles!
This three day conference in Los Angeles, California will make space for connection, education, skill-building, and sharing, for worker-owners and our partners working to create better jobs and a fairer economy.
This moment in U.S. history is pivotal — we are taking this opportunity to catalyze workers across the country, joining with larger cooperative and economic justice movements to create the change we want to see.
See website of U.S. Federation of Worker Cooperatives at https://conference.coop/2018-conference/home/
TIME TO BUILD TRUST
Join us Wednesday July 11th at 1PM,
202 C Street, San Diego
Rules Committee meeting, San Diego City Council
A Proposed Amendment to the San Diego City Charter:
A Commission on Police Practices
Proposed by Women Occupy San Diego
The community doesn’t trust police oversight where the police investigate themselves.
We need a strong Commission that:
- Is Independent, to replace the current Review Board appointed by the Mayor.
- Provides Independent Investigators for ALL complaints, instead of relying on SDPD Internal Affairs investigation.
- Has Independent Legal Counsel instead of City Attorney.
- Has Subpoena Power for civilian witnesses instead of none.
- Receives and reviews all complaints and decides disposition.
Supporters to date are: American Civil Liberties Union, Black Men United, Community Assistance Support Team (CAST), Criminal Defense Lawyers Club, Earl B. Gilliam Bar Association, Indivisible Blue district, Mid-City Community Advocacy Network (Mid-City CAN), Mosques Against Trafficking, National Action Network (NAN), National Lawyers Guild, San Diego Chapter, Older Women’s League – San Diego (OWL), Peace Resource Center, Pillars of the Community, Pink Crescent, Racial Justice Coalition, San Diego County Young Democrats, San Diego La Raza Lawyers Association, San Diego Labor Democratic Club, San Diego Organizing Project (SDOP), Showing up for Racial Justice (SURJ), Tom Homann Law Association (THLA), Veterans Democratic Club, Veterans for Peace-San Diego Chapter.
FAMILIES BELONG TOGETHER—ATTEND A JUNE 30 EVENT!
When: Saturday, June 30 at 11 a.m.
Where: Waterfront Park, San Diego, CA
UPDATE: June 27, 2018, 10:00 AM ET
A federal judge ruled against Trump’s family separation policy—but we know the administration will fight back. We have momentum and we cannot slow down now since the the court ruling alone isn’t enough and could be overturned. Our mobilization, in over 600 locations around the country and still growing, is critical to showing the widespread public demand for just immigration policies—because families belong together … and free!
Open House at the Che Café
Alumni Weekend Grand Re-opening
Saturday, June 2, 2018
Time: 12:00 PM to 2:30 PM
1000 Scholars Dr. S
La Jolla, CA 92037
Map & Directions
Please pre-register. Click HERE.
|After undergoing extensive renovations, the Che Café Collective invites all UC San Diego alumni to come back to campus to attend the Grand Re-Opening Open House.
The Open House includes a historical site tour at 12:30pm and a panel presentation at 1:30pm where we will have the unique opportunity to hear insights regarding the success of the recent Save the Che Café campaign.
This special engagement is presented by the UCSD Co-ops & Collectives Alumni and Che Café Collective as part of Alumni Weekend. Special thanks to UC San Diego Alumni for co-sponsoring the vegan desserts and to the Food Cooperative for catering the event.
Continue the nontradition and stay for the show, ” Revenge of the Che: the Grand Reopening,” from 2:30pm to 9pm.
More About Che Café
The Che Café is a worker co-operative, social center and live music venue located on the University of California San Diego campus. Founded in 1980 by several UC San Diego students, the name “Che” in “Che Café” is not only a nod to the late Argentine revolutionary Che Guevara, but is also a backronym for ” Cheap Healthy Eats”.
During the 1980s, Che Café Collective members began to host reggae and punk rock shows, and in the 1990s, the space became an internationally recognized staple of the hardcore/punk.post-punk/indie rock scene.
Today, the Che operates primarily as a venue for a variety of musical genres, many based around the DIY ethic, and is an on-and-off again vegan cafe and catering operation. It also acts as a resource for the music and art departments on campus through hosting art shows, performances and film screenings.
Read more about UC San Diego and Student-Run Co-ops Sign New Master Space Agreement here.
Breaking: the Senate is about to vote on a resolution to save net neutrality and stop ISPs from ruining the Internet. Starting May 9th, put your website, app, or social profile on “Red Alert” to help sound the alarm. See https://www.battleforthenet.com/
Film showing of “The Wobblies” and potluck, MAY DAY WEEKEND, APRIL 28
May 1, 2006 in Los Angeles, CA
Water protectors holding a ceremony on the banks of the Cannon Ball River were met by riot police who shot rubber bullets at point-blank range on Nov. 2, 2016. Photo by Robert Wilson. In These Times.
“Black Snake Killaz: A #NoDAPL Story”
Thursday, April 12, 7 p.m.
Ocean Beach Green Center
“Black Snake Killaz” is a feature-length documentary about the resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline. This film explores actions taken by water protectors to stop the construction of the oil pipeline and highlights actions taken by law enforcement, military, and corporate mercenaries to quell the months-long protest. The film timelines the historical events that unfolded in Standing Rock throughout 2016. Although the Dakota Access Pipeline is completed, the impact of the movement will be long-lasting. As fossil fuel extraction projects continue to impact some of the most vulnerable communities throughout the United States of America, the importance of the water protectors’ story grows. View the trailer at www.s.coop/26bew. The Ocean Beach Green Center is located at 4843 Voltaire Street #B, 92107. Free of charge
Wake of Humanity, No Right, Soul Power, xreignx
2190 National Ave, San Diego, CA 92113Wake of Humanity
vegan straightedge hardcore from Seattle
straightedge hardcore from San Francisco
San Diego straightedge hardcore
San Diego vegan straightedge hardcore
March for Black Women San Diego
Euclid and Logan, San Diego, CA
We are strong, beautiful, and demand respect.
Black Women’s Blueprint, Trans Sistas of Color Project, Black Youth Project 100, and allied state anti-violence coalitions organized the March for Black Women (#M4BW) which took place September 30, 2017. In solidarity, Black women came together in San Diego for two Black Women’s Town Hall to build power and community.
Now we are ready to march for black women. We are strong, beautiful, and demand respect.
If you would like to donate to this cause, please use this link paypal.me/M4BWSD
Event Flier (please circulate).
at Groundwork Books
to Celebrate the May Day weekend.
Sat., May 2, 2015, Noon to Dusk
Refreshments, Music, Video
Groundwork Books is in the Student Center, UCSD, La Jolla, CA. UCSD parking is free weekends, except in spaces “reserved.” For more info call (858) 452-9625.
UCSD Co-ops and Collectives Alumni
We are alumni and friends of:
The Print Co-op ● The Computer Co-op ● The Committee for World Democracy – Political Film Series ● The Lumumba-Zapata (Third) College General Assembly (1969-72) ● The child Daycare Parents’ Cooperative ● The Bike Co-op ● Groundwork Books Collective ● The Food Co-op ● The Torrey Farms Co-op ● The Recycling Co-op ● The Student Cooperative/Student Cooperative Union ● The Women’s Resource Center collective ● The Che Cafe Collective ● The General Store Co-op ● Alternative Visions Collective ● Voz Fronteriza ● The Indicator/Crazy Times/North Star/New Indicator Collective
and other groups (and we ask people to nominate the groups we need to reach out for)
Event Flier (please circulate).