Organization joins other activist groups in 301 University complex
(SAN DIEGO) - Fred Karger cut the ribbon earlier this week, or rather the caution tape, to officially open their first real office in the 301 University building. The 301 building currently houses a dozen different LGBTQ organizations in San Diego for very low cost in the old No on Prop 8 headquarters.
“We are excited to have an official office, and we're thrilled to be in the 301 Building” stated Californians Against Hate founder Fred Karger. “There are lots of new young activists working out of here, and it’s a wonderful place to be. Lots of future leaders all under one roof. It’s very encouraging to see, and we're glad to be a part of.”
“Having an office in San Diego will enable us do more on our two remaining boycotts, Doug Manchester’s Hotels and Terry Caster’s A-1 Self Storage Company. Manchester gave $125,000 of very early money to qualify and pass Proposition 8, and Caster gave a whopping $693,000. We have led successful boycotts of both companies for over a year. Now we can ramp them up and utilize more volunteers in San Diego,” concluded Karger.
If you’re in the neighborhood Californians Against Hate invites you to stop by.