"We must use this moment to educate and keep the momentum going so that we can continue to make progress on the local, state and federal levels. Yes, legislation takes a long time — often years of work. Yet, our community is on the cusp of passing much-needed protections."
Starting in November, and each quarter after that, a community workshop will be held on a different topic. Experts will be invited into the neighborhood to educate the conversation on the latest thinking in urban planning
Tommy Davis, the church's national spokesperson, became the beacon of the negative publicity. Haggis addressed his letter to Davis and referenced his many previous attempts to get Davis to take action. Davis is now trying to refute the claims.
Selections for this concert will include festive favorites such as Annie Lennox’s “1,000 Beautiful Things,” “No Mirrors in My Nana’s House” as made famous by Sweet Honey in the Rock, and “Where Are You Christmas?” from Dr. Seuss' How the Grinch Stole Christmas.
Councilmember Todd Gloria proudly announced yesterday that the San Diego City Council unanimously approved pedestrian safety improvements for a segment of Juniper Street near the South Park and North Park neighborhoods.
Yesterday, I testified at City Council and urged them to honor the will of the overwhelming majority of San Diegans who voted to allow the city to contract out some public services if the private sector can do them more efficiently and economically.
The mayor and labor unions representing city employees have mutually declared they are at impasse over the comprehensive set of rules that will govern the program, which was approved overwhelmingly by voters in November 2006.
The demonstration focuses national attention on the increase in gay hate crime murders and over 16,000 hate crimes committed against gay, lesbian, bisexual, and transgender (GLBT) Americans since Matthew Shepard’s death in 1998.