Before I was called names like faggot, freak, queer, or it, I was called things like wetback, beaner, greaser, etc. As an activist in the 1960s and 1970s, I was beaten up and threatened by both the Los Angeles and San Diego Police Departments.
The San Diego Democrats For Equality have moved their regular club meeting, scheduled for Thursday, May 21 at 6:30 pm, to the Zoom platform. All club members and others interested in viewing the proceedings are welcome to log-in.
I am an MIT-trained physicist and complexity scientist who studies pandemics. I have warned about global pandemics due to increasing travel for 15 years. I recommended community-based monitoring of symptoms to stop Ebola in West Africa in 2014, and it worked.
While there is no known infection among the homeless community in San Diego, Father Joe’s Villages is prepared to respond to the complex health needs of people on the streets. The homeless service provider is currently devoting its resources to collaborating with partners at the City and County of San Diego and will remain up-to-date on ongoing news related to the spread.
After the recent Tuesday election in which I was reluctantly able to vote in, rather than provisional, as I assumed I would have been required to. Other than my military service, I have NEVER voted by mail in ballot. I always go to the polling station and vote that Election Day, on the day.
They say down south don’t speak of religion sex or politics. I moved to California so I could, The thing is politics affects every part of our lives if we like it or not. I am a part of several marginalized groups that have traditionally had to shut up and take it, to tow the line and wait my turn.