Alliance San Diego Fully Supports SB 180

There are millions of people of color affected by the failed War on Drugs, but there's a bill in the California State Senate named SB 180 that would limit adding three-year prison terms on top of base sentences for repeat drug convictions. SB 180, also known as The Repeal Ineffective Sentencing Act, would reverse the ineffective policies of the War on Drugs and free up tax payer dollars to reinvest in community programs that would actually improve the quality of life in neighborhoods across California and especially here in San Diego.

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Border Communities Stand Tall: “We won’t shut up”!

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Nearly 100 faith leaders, community activists, and border residents gathered on Friday, April 21, to deliver one message to the Trump administration: “We won’t shut up!”

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We Are Powerful Together: Q&A with David Miles, Board President

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As we enter the fourth week of our annual “I Have a Voice” giving campaign, we are reminded that our voices are a powerful medium to bring about change. Whether it’s a protest or a community forum, it’s important for us to speak up loudly about issues that affect our community.

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Sessions visits border, describes it as war zone

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions described the border as a “war zone” in an Arizona speech on Tuesday, pleasing San Diego supporters of President Donald Trump and shocking some immigrant advocates.

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Board Member Match! Donate Today and Double Your Impact!

We’re kicking off the third week of our “I Have a Voice” Annual Giving campaign with a splash! Alliance San Diego board member, Vivienne Esrig, who is also the deputy director of the Museum of Photographic Arts in San Diego, has pledged to match your donations for today only to help us reach our goal of $50,000 by May 1st.

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