Mobilizing for Change

Human Rights

Informational Forum on Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)

Posted by on Oct 1, 2015

The San Diego Immigrant Rights Consortium (SDIRC) and the San Diego County Libraries invite you to an informational forum about DACA and the latest news on immigration. Thursday,...

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Educational Equity

Stakes high for SD Unified preschool expansion

Posted by on Jul 20, 2015

By Maureen Magee San Diego — San Diego educators have long promoted preschool as a way to level the playing field for children who struggle with poverty and language...

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Inclusive Democracy

Pass ‘motor voter,’ but don’t stop there

Posted by on Oct 5, 2015

By The Sacramento Bee Editorial Board Voter turnout in California is a concern for all sorts of reasons, most beyond the control of state legislation. Still, it’s in...

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Community Development

Robert Reich on Closing CA Tax Loopholes

Posted by on Aug 21, 2015

In this video, Former Clinton Administration Labor Secretary, Robert Reich, explains how a few large corporations and wealthy commercial property owners are not paying their fair...

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Alliance Updates

Mobilizing for Change – October 1st



Help Stop Racial Profiling and Move California Forward Together


Pass ‘motor voter,’ but don’t stop there

California measures target racial profiling and excessive force by police


By Patrick McGreevy

Gov. Jerry Brown on Saturday signed bills aimed at reducing racial profiling and the use of excessive force by law enforcement officers, problems that have been elevated into a national debate by recent incidents across the country.

One of the bills, AB 953, requires police officers to collect data on the people they stop, including perceived race and ethnicity, the reason for the encounter and the outcome.