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San Diego migrant rights activist Hugo Castro is missing in Mexico after pleading for help in a Facebook Live video on Thursday. He’s one of the most high-profile U-S citizens to disappear in Mexico, where more than 10 thousand people are missing. KPBS Fronteras reporter Jean Guerrero has the story
Many people demanded an explanation almost immediately following the killing of Alfred Olango. This came at a time of heightened sensitivity regarding police shootings fueled in part by high profile national cases of police shootings of unarmed black men. A year ago, Wilnisha Sutton was already a community activist. So she says she felt it was her duty to try to find out the Truth. And just a heads up, some of the video may be disturbing to some viewers. Radio: Evening Edition Anchor Ebone Monet has the story. Read more: http://www.kpbs.org/news/2017/sep/26/san-diego-activist-says-protesting-alfred-olango-r/
HEADLINE: FBI's newest 'Most Wanted' terrorist is American CAPTION: A fugitive animal rights activist is the first domestic terror suspect named to the FBI's list of 'Most Wanted' terrorists. 31-year-old Daniel Andreas San Diego is wanted for the 2003 bombings of two corporate offices in California. (April 21) [Notes:ANCHOR VOICE] AN ANIMAL RIGHTS ACTIVIST IS NOW ON THE F-B-I'S LIST OF MOST WANTED TERROR SUSPECTS. THE F-B-I ADDED DANIEL ANDREAS SAN DIEGO FOR HIS SUSPECTED ROLE IN THE 2003 BOMBINGS OF TWO CORPORATE BUILDINGS IN CALIFORNIA. The facilities were targeted for their ties to a research company that conducted drug and chemical experiments on animals. THE BAY AREA NATIVE IS THE FIRST PERSON ADDED TO THE LIST FOR DOMESTIC TERRORISM. Mike Heinback, FBI, says @ 17:31 "Comm...
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So few know the Donna Lambert was so instermental in help keeping corruption within San Diego's medical marijuana in the light. Donna Lambert brought out the connections between Endless Summer / Operation Green Rx where federal funds alligated for one bust was redirected to eradicate San Diego's it's medical marijuana community.
San Diego Artful Activist Hot Air Balloon Display for Justice4TamirRice Rally at City Heights Park, San Diego Black Lives Matter - San Diego United Against Police Terror - San Diego Artful Activist - San Diego Overpass Light Brigade - San Diego
Seriously, this dude used washable chalk to protest a bank on a sidewalk and now faces a long time in jail as a result. Gotta love America.
English/Nat Human rights activist Harry Wu participated in the International Human Rights Day in San Diego, California on Wednesday. The Chinese dissident was introduced by a former Ugandan political prisoner. SOUNDBITE: (English) "The prominent dissident Jingsheng got a release. This is the victory of the human rights advocates' tireless fighting. And I think many of you endorsed the paper, endorsed the letter for a free Jingsheng. Finally, the Chinese government has backed up, they have to back up, they are weakening, but that Jingsheng got free does not mean that Chinese human records have improved. This is an old trick. They are all the time using people as hostages." SUPER CAPTION: Harry Wu, Chinese dissident SOUNDBITE: (English) "Does not matter your race, it does not ...
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Michael Cindrich San Diego's N.O.R.M.L. director edits my work for his own business without my permission. A.S.A.SD.org liaison Eugene Davidovich with Teflon Don Duncan also has stolen my work to profit from.
Meet Anita Simons, long time activist and supporter of the Occupy Wall Street Movement. Anita was delivering some food to the Wall Street Occupiers also on Food Day (October 24th, 2011) and I got her input on Hunger in America. She has interesting comments on the social implications of food stamps in San Diego... Learn more about Food Insecurity and how you can make a difference in the lives of hundreds of hungry Americans at http://nourishamerica.com. Also check them out on http://facebook.com/nourishamerica
The daughter of South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu gave a presentation as part of San Diego Women's Week. ◂ San Diego's News Source - 10News, KGTV, delivers the latest breaking news, weather forecasts, video on demand and live video streaming straight to you, keeping you in touch anywhere, any time. It's the best way to keep informed and connected to your community wherever and whenever you want backed by the resources of 10News - San Diego, California. For more download the 10News mobile app: iPhone: http://bit.ly/iOS-kgtv Android: http://bit.ly/kgtv-android
Rita Sanchez has been a pioneer of Chicana empowerment since the 1960s. In 1974, Rita was the first woman to be hired as a full-time tenured faculty in the Mexican American Department at San Diego State University (SDSU) and in 1990 at San Diego Mesa College (Mesa). By 1976 she was working almost full time in two areas: as a professor at SDSU and as a Ph.D Candidate on a Ford Foundation Fellowship at the University of California, San Diego. At SDSU, Rita pioneered the first Chicana journal -- Visiones de la Mujer. She also hosted presentations and receptions for various important figures in Chicano Studies like Dolores Huerta and Gracia Molina de Pick. Following her nearly ten years at SDSU, she founded one of the first Chicano/Latino art galleries with Mario Acevedo. The Chicana studi...
Tanja Winter has been a tireless activist and organizer for peace and justice in San Diego for 35 years. Since her childhood escape from Nazi Germany, she has been a community activist and coalition leader who pounded the pavement and government offices for equal rights, empowerment, prison reform, global disarmament, environmental protection and peace. Her commitment to world peace led her to some of the most effective anti-nuclear demonstrations and world conferences in the past half century. For example, "Women Strike for Peace" began in 1961 when thousands of women left their restricted boundaries of home and job for a one-day strike against nuclear arms. This led to a nation-wide movement that was so effective that the House Un-American Activities Committee summoned the WSP leaders fo...
Dr. Vivian Reznik started her career as a trailblazer when she was part of the first female class to be admitted to Yale University--a feat that resulted in her graduation from the university's medical school. Dr. Reznik went on to become a Pediatric Nephrologist and is now the Vice Chair of the UC San Diego School of Medicine Department of Pediatrics. She is also the Associate Dean of Faculty Affairs and Professor of Pediatrics and Family and Preventive Medicine at UCSD. n 1997 she utilized a grant by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development to develop an after school program that included dance, computer games and nutrition education for students in City Heights. In addition she received a grant from the Community Outreach Partnership Centers Program New Directions that allow...
Marisa Ugarte Activist instituting structural change, is the founder and executive director of the nonprofit Bilateral Safety Corridor Coalition (BSCC), which combats human trafficking in San Diego County and Tijuana. As an expert on the subject, she works, as the BSCC Mission states, "to preserve the dignity and well being of commercially and sexually exploited women and children through prevention, intervention and education." She has received grants from the U.S. Department of Justice and the U.S. State Department, and she has received an ambassador award from the International Foundation for Human Rights and Tolerance for bringing sanctuary to girls in illegal brothels in Southern California after being smuggled across the boarder.