Business Manager of IBEW Local 465 and President of the San Diego Labor Democratic Club Nate Fairman, will lead an extremely informative workshop that focuses on strengthening partnerships between Labor and Party Activists. Worker history, laws that protect workers, ways workers gain power in the workplace, future of organized labor, and ways we can all be better allies of organized labor! Party activists can be labor activists and labor activists can be party activists! United we bargain – divided we beg!
Please join us at Joyce Beers Community Center, 6:30 p.m. social, 7:00 p.m. program.
Please join us January 22 for our first program of 2019! Our featured speaker is Dr. Everard Meade, Director of the Trans-Border Institute at the University of San Diego. Dr. Meade serves as an expert witness in immigration courts across the country, and on the advisory board of the American Bar Association’s Immigrant Justice Project. He is a frequent commentator in the national media.
Dr Meade will explore the policies and realities of the current situation happening in Tijuana and beyond.
Social begins at 6:30, Program begins at 7:00 p.m.
Our meetings are open to the public.
Please join us on Saturday, December 1 from 5-7:00 p.m. at Joyce Beers Community Center to celebrate the upcoming holidays. We will briefly hear from Howard Wayne, Esq. about the encouraging blue wave election results. Our new club officers will be sworn in as well.
The club will be providing tamales and beverages. Please bring a side dish. Cost is $5.00 if bringing a dish or $10.00 without. Many members’ dues are due at this time too! ($20.00 per person, $30 per couple)
Hope you can attend!
Our speaker this month will be Kate Yavenditti of Women Occupy San Diego and the National Lawyers Guild. She will be speaking about their proposed Charter Amendment that will change the current Community Review Board on Police Practices, which reviews investigations of police misconduct complaints that are done by SDPD, to an independent Commission on Police Practices, that does an independent investigation.
Women Occupy San Diego is an independent organization of San Diego County women dedicated to creating an equitable economic system and restoring government for and by the people rather than for corporations and the wealthy. Kate is a practicing attorney and activist.
We also will briefly be discussing ballot measures and we will hold our election for 2019 officers.
Social begins at 6:30 pm, program at 7:00. Bring a snack to share and bring a friend!
Please join us for a postcard party and ice cream social!! We will be writing postcards for national campaigns. We will also briefly discuss the upcoming ballot measures.
6:30 PM Social
7:00 PM Program