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I was asked to participate in "hang out " with the New York Times today. I was able to talk to 5 other women from around the country, most Democrats on whether or not there was a "war on women" in the GOP or the country.
Here is the link to this taped interview:
Central Library Hosts Grassroots Forum On U.S. Constitution
Ongoing Library Civic Programs to Foster Public Conversation
about the Constitution
Posted: Thursday, July 26, 2012 5:00 pm | Updated: 3:44 pm,
Thu Jul 26, 2012.
The San Diego Public Library will host a Grassroots
Community Forum on the U.S. Constitution on Wednesday, August 8, 2012 at 6:30
p.m. at the at the Central Library located at 820 E Street in downtown San
Diego. The forum will include Clare Crawford of the Center on Policy
Initiatives, Dawn Wildman of the SoCal Tax Revolt Coalition, and Martin Eder of
Activist San Diego. Each speaker will address how the work done by their
organization is informed by the Constitution. Attorney and librarian Pat Mundy
will moderate the program, presented in conjunction with the multi-month
library project, Searching for Democracy: A Public Conversation about the
Constitution. (See more information at
Searching for Democracy brings together people from diverse
backgrounds to attend and discuss the Constitution at programs including
lectures, book discussions, films, digital stories, and performance. Young and
old, rich and poor, new citizens and long-term residents will have the
opportunity to openly explore the understanding of our American heritage and
citizenry. The endeavor will also afford individual library patrons a greater
understanding of the Library’s vast collection of Constitution related titles
and digital resources.
The Center on Policy Initiatives (CPI) is a nonprofit
research and advocacy center dedicated to the interests of working people in
the San Diego region. Through research, community organizing and public
education, CPI seeks policy changes that promote economic justice by ending
working poverty and increasing access to good jobs.
The SoCal Tax Revolt Coalition is a platform for taxpayers
to have a voice and unite in strength to advocate for constitutionally-based
free-market principles, which protect our freedoms and the future security of
Activist San Diego is the Yellow Pages for the community of
conscience helping progressive activists meet and mobilize. As a networked
community resource, it provides services for progressive activists including a
community calendar to locate local events, flyer distribution, coalition
building, and a web destination for smaller organizations that do not have web
pages or means to economically creating them.
Note: Neither Library sponsorship nor hosting constitutes an
endorsement of the content or the views expressed by the participants.
Learn about the Constitution series and other events at the
San Diego Public Library’s Central Library and 35 branches, find links to
numerous additional resources, and search for materials in the Library’s
catalog online at www.sandiegolibrary.gov.
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Thanks to all the Patriots who came out and volunteered yesterday to collect signatures. Special thanks to Assemblymen Martin Garrick (Carlsbad) and Brian Jones (Santee), and Assembly Patriot candidate Sherry Hodges
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The Nation article: